Jane Diehl was first elected to office in 2014. She is a strong advocate for enhancing data-driven wellness programs in the Beach Cities that specifically help low-income families. Ms. Diehl firmly believes that fiscal responsibility and transparency is the cornerstone of any public agency.
Additionally, Ms. Diehl is a passionate supporter of the Blue Zones Project – a community-wide health initiative to help people live longer, better lives. As a Beach Cities Health District Board Member, she plans to expand BCHD’s presence as a central hub for community health – while continuing to provide residents with current, reliable health information and services, as well as distilling complicated health information down to help people better understand their options and take control of their health decisions.
An alumnus of “The Ohio State University” and the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital’s physical therapy program, Ms. Diehl continues to enjoy a more than 30-year-long career as a physical therapist at Torrance Memorial Hospital. She is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais practitioner and formerly, a 10-year member of the Redondo Beach Unified School District’s Board of Directors, where she held the positions of president and vice president during her tenure. Ms. Diehl also served as Parent Teacher Association President for four years.
Ms. Diehl has lived in Redondo Beach for more than 34 years. She has two grown children; and in her free time, Ms. Diehl enjoys walking, hiking and watching college sports.