“I was 17 years old,” Czelatdko said in an email.
“Now I’m going to be 43,” she wrote.
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A photo of Czelatdko and actress Michelle Pfeiffer, by the way, has been the City Desk blog’s most popular “Separated at Birth.” The year-old post continues to get hits to this day. Click here in case you missed it.
Here’s more information about Czelatdko from the city’s website:
“When you love something, it inspires you.”
Lisa Czelatdko continues to be inspired by Colorado Springs, which she calls a very giving community, since moving here seven years ago. Czelatdko was elected to City Council, April 2011, as a representative for District 3.
She serves the citizens of Colorado Springs through volunteering on local community boards, committees and commissions such as, the El Paso County Citizen Review Panel, Colorado Springs City Asset Naming Board, Friends of Julie Penrose Fountain Board, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments-Community Advisory Committee, Colorado Springs Historic Preservation Board, El Paso County Placement Alternatives Commission, and Starlight Foundation Board. Her passion for volunteering includes a non-credited legislative internship, community social and planning events, being a County, State, and Congressional Delegate, PTO, and multiple organizations that advocate for children and families. Czelatdko has an MS in School Counseling from Eastern Illinois University and has taken MBA classes at UCCS.
Lisa Czelatdko is happily married to her husband Tom and has four children. In addition to her family, her interests include outdoor activities, volunteering, and traveling.
Lisa Czelatdko’s Council term ends in 2013.