Reva Feldman, CCMF Board Member and Malibu City Manager, is one of 10 finalists in the running for the League of Women in Government’s 2020 Leadership Trailblazer Award. Her inclusion on the finalists list brings national recognition to Reva’s achievements in her 15 years of service to the Malibu community.
The women on this list were nominated by other local government professionals who wished to seek recognition for the remarkable contributions of their colleagues. A panel of judges selected finalists from a large pool of nominees. The finalists represent a diverse group of city managers and administrators from across the country.
During Reva’s tenure in Malibu, she has assisted in the growth of the City’s General Fund reserves from $7 million to $30 million and increased the City’s online, broadcast, and social media communications. Reva has overseen multiple nationally recognized capital improvement projects, including the acquisition and remodeling of Malibu’s first City Hall building, the $60 million Civic Center Water Treatment Facility, the City’s largest vacant land acquisition of 29 acres and a major renovation of the Malibu Library.
In addition to her service as a CCMF Board Member, Reva serves or has served on committees for several regional and statewide agencies, including the California Contract Cities Association and the League of California Cities.
The winner will be announced in mid December and will be inducted into the League of Women in Government Hall of Fame. CCMF wishes Reva the best of luck!