Kelly Fraasch | Emerge Pennsylvania

Commissioner - Mt. Lebanon
Class of 2016

Kelly FraaschKelly Fraasch is currently serving her fifth year as Commissioner in Mt Lebanon, a community just six miles South of the City of Pittsburgh.

After ten years of all men serving on the Commission, Kelly knew it was time to share her experience as a working mother to the community’s local government.

Kelly represents the most densely populated area in Mt Lebanon which includes the business district, recreation facilities, Mt Lebanon High School, St Clair Hospital, Mt Lebanon Park and Church Place park and Mt Lebanon Municipal Building.

Kelly has served as a liaison to the Parks Advisory Board, Mt Lebanon Village, Mt Lebanon Historical Society, Environmental Sustainability Board, Parking Advisory Board, Traffic Board, Planning Board, Library Board Veterans Committee and SAFE Committee, Unity Committee and Medical Rescue Team of the South Hills.

Kelly says, “It’s truly a privilege to serve the residents of Mt Lebanon each day and have my children grow up watching the many facets of a successful local government.”

Kelly works full-time as a real estate agent while raising two teenagers.  

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