Miki Esposito is Assistant Director of Los Angeles County Public Works. She oversees the areas of Construction Management and Municipal Services (which includes Emergency Management). She also leads the Resilience and Sustainability initiatives for Public Works. With an annual budget of more than $3.6 billion and a workforce of 4,000 employees, Los Angeles County Public Works is the largest municipal public works agency in the United States, providing vital public infrastructure and services to more than 10 million people across a 4,000-square-mile service area.
Miki’s career is highlighted by extensive government experience in executive leadership and senior management roles at the local and state level. She previously served as the Director of Transportation and Utilities for the City of Lincoln, Nebraska and most recently, as Senior Policy Advisor to the Lincoln Mayor. A native of Oceanside, California, Miki brings expertise in natural resources and environmental law and policy, with a Juris Doctorate from Washburn University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Baker University.