Councilwoman Mungo currently works for the County of Los Angeles, and throughout her tenure with the nation’s most populous and largest county, she has held leadership roles in the Chief Executive Office, the Department of Human Resources, the Department of Animal Care and Control, the Assessor’s Office and the Fire Department.
She has served as a budget director with oversight of $180 million annually focused on seniors and workforce development, developed a countywide management mentoring program, acted as a liaison to more than fifty contract cities, and transformed business operations with the introduction of new performance management and accountability systems. Notably, she is also a professionally trained and duly sworn Reserve Deputy Sheriff and an instructor for procedural justice seminars among law enforcement agencies.
Councilwoman Mungo has always remained civically engaged in the Long Beach community, as a past president of her neighborhood association, and through her continual involvement with local volunteer associations and nonprofit organization chapters. While president of the El Dorado Park Neighborhood Association, she partnered with the We Love Long Beach organization to share best practices with neighborhood associations across the city. She continues to lead in various roles with nonprofits such as the American Society for Public Administration, Junior Chamber, Junior League, Rotary Club, and YMCA.
A product of the Long Beach Unified School District, her initial foray into politics occurred as a student member of the Board of Education, then leading her to Long Beach City College. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from California State University, Fullerton and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California.
In her free time, Stacy enjoys being with her family, dining out with friends at local Long Beach eateries and exercising in El Dorado Park with her husband Scott and their Rottweilers Athena and Shadow.
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From left, Sterling Franklin, Trustee of the Morris S. Smith Foundation; Stacy R. Mungo; and Michael Friend, CSUF.