January 23, 2024

Hahn Appoints Lomita Mayor Pro Tem to County’s Quality and Productivity Commission

Los Angeles, CA – Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn appointed Lomita business owner and Mayor Pro Tem Mark Waronek to the County’s Quality and Productivity Commission, which advises the Board of Supervisors on maximizing productivity and efficient service delivery for residents. The Commission provides unique private sector input for the Board. Waronek is owner and President/CEO of M&M Consulting Group, which he founded in 2019 after previous roles in both the private and public sectors.

“Millions of residents depend on LA County services, so we need to ensure that our dozens of departments and offices remain as efficient and productive as possible. Mark knows what it takes to do the work and do it well. He has been a public servant, and he also brings useful private sector experience,” said Hahn.

Prior to founding M&M Consulting, Waronek worked with various other public affairs consulting firms. His career has also included roles in local government. From 2016 to 2018, he served as Hahn’s senior deputy for the South Bay communities, and previously served as Economic Development Deputy for former Los Angeles councilmember for the 15th District Rudy Svorinich, Jr.

“I look forward to continue representing Supervisor Janice Hahn’s 4th District and work hard for all the communities of Los Angeles County, and make a difference in making our County departments better for our constituents!!” said Waronek.

The Quality and Productivity Commission is made up of 17 members with diverse backgrounds and expertise, including in the government, academic, nonprofit, legal, labor, and financial fields. Waronek holds a communications degree from Loyola Marymount University and remains engaged in his community in his free time. He is the public address announcer for football and basketball games at his high school alma mater, Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance. He has been the “Voice” of Bishop Montgomery for 35 years. He also occasionally does voice-overs professionally.

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