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Lyla BergDEMDemocrat American politician
71
Years of Age
6
Years of Experience
HIResidence (state)

Lyla Berg (born March 15, 1951) is a Hawaiian Democratic politician. She was first elected to the Hawaii House of Representatives in 2004 representing the Kāhala area of Honolulu on Oahu. Berg was a Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii in the 2010 election. She was attacked for having sponsored a resolution to designate an Islam Day in 2009; critics claimed that according to the Julian Calendar, the holiday celebrated the September 11 attacks. She lost in the primary to Brian Schatz.

Education8 - 8 of 6
The Union Institute
PhD Education
1994
University of Hawaii - Manoa
MEd Curriculum and Instruction
1979
The American University
MEd Educational Administration and Supervision
1975
Georgetown University
BA German/English
1974
University of Salzburg
Attended
Education
Past Positions1 - 14 of 14
Representative
Hawaii State House of Representatives
2004 - 2010
Host, "Island Focus"
`Olelo Community Media
Current
Founder
Kids Voting Hawaii
1996 - 2012
State Coordinator
Center for Civic Education
2002 - 2011
Leadership Facilitator
TWB-SA
2008 - 2010
Cultural Consultant
e2k
1992 - Current
Instructor
Kapiolani Community College
1991 - Current
Consultant
Lyla Berg and Associates
1990 - Current
Principal
Kailua Intermediate School
1985 - 1990
Vice Principal
Hawaii Department of Education
1982 - 1985
Instructor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, University of Hawaii - Manoa
Classroom Teacher
Hawaii Department of Education
Host
"Voices and Wings" Children's Television Program, KHET Public Television
Moderator
"211" Television Talk Show
Other Experience1 - 19 of 19
Executive Board Member
National Council for Learning and Civic Engagement
2010 - Current
Community Advocate
Niu Valley School International Baccalaureate Program
2008 - 2010
Board Member
Read Aloud America - Hawaii
2006 - Current
Honorary Member
Alpha Delta Kappa Educational Women's Sorority
2006 - Current
Board Member
Civic Forum on Public Schools
1996 - 2005
Member
Rotary Club of Honolulu
2000 - Current
Member
Civic Forum on Public Schools
2000 - Current
President
Hawaii Association of Secondary School Administration
1987 - 1988
Member
Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Women's Sorority
1987 - Current
Member
Phi Delta Kappa
1985 - Current
Member
Hawaii Opera Theater
Member
Institute of Noetic Sciences
Member
Hawaii Association for Arts in Education
Member
Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Task Force
2006 - 2008
Member
Climate Change Caucus
2008
Member
Early Childhood Education Task Force
2006
Member
Women's Caucus
2005 - Current
Member
Keiki Caucus
2005 - Current
Member
Filipino and Hawaiian Caucuses
2005 - Current