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An active leader in our community, Lorie Zapf served as a Co- Chair of the San Diegans for City Hall Reform Citizens Steering Committee and works as the regional director for Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse, where she has been an advocate for common sense legal reforms to protect consumers and small business from frivolous and abusive lawsuits.
Lorie and her husband founded and managed a natural food company from their offices in Clairemont. They were successful in placing their product in health food stores across the nation. She also spent several years as a radio and television journalist and award winning video producer.
A volunteer in our neighborhoods, Lorie devotes time to organizations that help abused and neglected children, military families, Girls Scouts, and her children’s school. She has also been a Neighborhood Watch Block Captain and active in the Clairemont Town Council.
An outdoor enthusiast, Lorie has contributed many volunteer hours working on conservation projects, including helping to construct hiking trails and building wheelchair accessible campsites/picnic areas.
Lorie holds Master's and Bachelor's degrees in marketing communications and journalism. She has been married to her husband, Eric, for 15 years. They live in Clairemont where they are raising two school-age children.
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