Clark County has been home to Commissioner Michael Naft for more than 25 years. Michael is committed to providing District A with the same high level of constituent service that he has offered throughout his public service career.
Appointed by Governor Steve Sisolak to represent District A in January 2019, Michael serves as a member of the Clark County Audit Committee and Debt Management Commission. He is the Vice Chairman of the Kyle Canyon and Big Bend Water Districts. During his time on the Commission, Michael has championed traffic safety improvements through the creation of the Traffic Safety Commission, for which he serves as Chairman.
Prior to joining the County Commission, Michael served the residents of Clark County since 2013 as District Director to Congresswoman Dina Titus. In that role, Michael worked with hundreds of Federal Agencies, Departments, and Commissions overseeing outreach and constituent services for more than 700,000 Nevadans. Michael has focused on streamlining access to programs, advocating for improved roadways and pedestrian safety, and for increased travel and tourism to southern Nevada.
Michael has worked and consulted for numerous local, state, and federal officials, and advised several nonprofit organizations. He attended the Las Vegas Academy of Performing and Visual Arts and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Currently, he serves on the Anti-Defamation League’s Board of Directors and as a Director for Temple Beth Sholom in Las Vegas. Michael lives in Henderson with his wife, Dr. Lauren Naft, and daughter, Alivia.
- Vice Chairman – Big Bend Water District Board of Trustees
- Vice Chairman – Kyle Canyon Water District Board of Trustees
- Vice Chairman – Coyote Springs Water Resources General
- Improvement District Board of Trustees
- Member – Debt Management Commission
- Member – Clark County Audit Committee Accomplishments
- Member – Nevada Commission on Nuclear Waste
- Chairman – Traffic Safety Commission