Christina Noonan is a Los Angeles real estate executive, civic leader and philanthropist. Her achievements and leadership have earned her recognition among “Southern California’s Most Powerful Real Estate Women” as well as one of the most influential women in Los Angeles’ commercial real estate arena by Bisnow’s “Power Women.” She has been honored with the Women in Business Award several times by Los Business Journal.
Her civic and charitable involvement includes serving as a member of Women’s Leadership Council, Marlborough’s Caswell Society, and Allen Matkin’s Women at the Top – Real Estate Roundtable. She was commissioned by Mayor Villaraigosa to serve on the Los Angeles Convention Center Board and served as President of the board from 2008-2010. She was also appointed to The Office of Public Safety Oversight Committee for the City of Los Angeles, the board of LA, INC., and was actively engaged on the Mayor’s Trade Advisory Council to promote international business in Los Angeles during his tenure.
Thereafter, Ms. Noonan was nominated by Mayor Villaraigosa and appointed by Los Angeles’ City Council to serve on the five-person voting board of Los Angeles’ Department of Water and Power (“LADWP”), the largest public utility in the nation that oversees a budget greater than that of The City of Los Angeles. In this capacity, Ms. Noonan also serves on LADWP’s Personnel, INYO and Investment Committees. Ms. Noonan was the only commissioner to be re-appointed to this board by Mayor Garcetti and is the longest serving commissioner in the history of LADWP.
Christina has been a member of the Artists for Trauma board since it’s inception in 2012.