Antelope Valley Resident Appointed to Contractors State License Board


Diana Love chosen by Governor Newsom to represent California seniors

SACRAMENTO-The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is pleased to announce the appointment of new public member Diana Love. Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Ms. Love to the open position, which requires membership in a statewide senior citizen organization, last month.

Ms. Love, of Palmdale, is a member and immediate past president of the Los Angeles County Commission for Older Adults, and is an ambassador for the City of Palmdale, treasurer of the Inland Communities Democratic Headquarters Political Action Committee, as well as a national district liaison for the AARP./

She is also a member of the California Senior Legislature, Mental Health of America Advisory Council - Antelope Valley/Lancaster, City of Palmdale Mobile Home Review Board, Friends of the Palmdale City Library and Forget Us Not Community Services.

Diana Love

From 2015 to 2017, Ms. Love was children and youth group facilitator at Parents Anonymous Incorporated. She was a field representative in the Office of Assembly member Steve Fox from 2013 to 2015 and a work and community volunteer for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Palmdale Station from 2008 to 2013.

Ms. Love has already begun her work with the board and has been named to both the Enforcement Committee and Public Affairs Committee. Her term runs through June 1, 2022.

CSLB consists of 15 members: nine public members, five contractor members and one labor representative. It operates under the umbrella of the California Department of Consumer Affairs.

CSLB licenses and regulates more than 285,000 contractors in California and is regarded as one of the leading consumer protection agencies in the United States. In fiscal year 2018-2019, CSLB helped recover over $49 million in ordered restitution for consumers.


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