Lisa Johnson Billy

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Lisa Johnson Billy
Lisa Johnson Billy.jpg
Member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives
from the 42nd district
In office
2004 – Present
Preceded by Bill Joel Mitchell
Personal details
Born (1967-02-21) February 21, 1967 (age 49)
Purcell, Oklahoma
Political party Republican
Alma mater Northeastern State University,
University of Oklahoma
Profession former educator, small business owner

Lisa Johnson Billy (born February 21, 1967) has represented Oklahoma House of Representatives District 42, which includes Cleveland, Garvin, Grady and McClain counties since 2004. She serves as Deputy Whip and Vice Chair of the Republican Caucus.[1]

Early life[edit]

Lisa was born on Feb. 21, 1967 in Purcell, Oklahoma. She is the daughter of Frank and the late Beverly Jones Johnson. She has one brother Frank, Jr. Before beginning a career in the Oklahoma House of Representatives she served two terms on the Chickasaw Tribal Legislature from 1996-2001. Billy served on the National Board for Girl Scouts of the USA, as well as on the Sooner Council Girl Scouts Board.[2] Lisa has been married to Phillip Billy, formerly of Broken Bow for 23 years. They have three children, Masheli, Nahinli and Anoli.


B.A. Northeastern State University M.Ed. University of Oklahoma


Former educator/small business owner.


Chickasaw Nation Legislature (1996–2001) National board member for Girl Scouts of U.S.A. (1996–2004) Board member C.Y.A.P. McClain/Garvin Youth family board member (1994–1996) Girl Scouts Sooner Council, board member (2006–2008)


Member of Lighthouse Worship Center National Rifle Association Native American Caucus

County(s) Represented in District: Cleveland, Garvin, Grady, McClain

Term Limited: Year: 2016

LEADERSHIP: Assistant Majority Floor Leader

House Legislative Committees[edit]

  • A&B Public Safety, Chair
  • Agriculture, Wildlife & Environment
  • Appropriations & Budget
  • General Government
  • Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget
  • Long-term Care & Senior Services
  • Redistricting Southern Oklahoma Subcommittee

House of Representatives, 50th Legislature to present [3]


  1. ^ Official Oklahoma House of Representatives Membership Directory
  2. ^ Lisa Billy -- Women of the Oklahoma Legislature Oral History Project
  3. ^ [1]

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