|55th Lord Mayor of Perth|
|Preceded by||Peter Nattrass|
|Born||12 February 1960|
Lisa Scaffidi (née Sanders) (born 12 February 1960) is the first female lord mayor of Perth, Western Australia. Scaffidi won the seat in the October 2007 council elections following the retirement of her predecessor, Peter Nattrass, after a record twelve years in the position.
Scaffidi was educated at Churchlands Primary School and Methodist Ladies' College after which she graduated as a dental therapist from the WA Institute of Technology (now Curtin University). She served as an air hostess with TAA in 1980, worked in the hospitality industry in a marketing capacity and, in the 1990s, helped to promote export of semi-precious stones. She was the WA state director of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) for over ten years.
She served two terms as a councillor before successfully contesting the lord-mayoralty. She regards the office as a full-time position and aims to maximise her accessibility to constituents.
- Lisa Scaffidi on Twitter 
- West Weekend Magazine (West Australian newspaper), 27 October 2007. pp. 8–10
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