Rep. Vicki Barnett

Michigan State Representative, 37th House District

State Representative Vicki Barnett is serving her second term in the Michigan House. She represents the 37th House District, which includes the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills.

Before coming to the House, Barnett served on the Farmington Hills City Council from 1995 to 2003 and as Mayor of Farmington Hills from 2003 to 2007. As mayor, Barnett worked with state and federal officials to improve police, fire and emergency communications and crafted legislation to encourage economic redevelopment in metropolitan areas.

Barnett is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, receiving her master’s in business administration in 1991. A former investment consultant, Barnett also served as the president of the Michigan Municipal League, chair of the Data Advisory Council for the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, and as a board member of the National League of Cities.

Barnett and her husband, Mark, live in Farmington Hills. They have two grown children, Samantha and Jordan.

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Publications and Multimedia
Right to Work: Right or Wrong for Michigan? - Event Audio/Video
Michigan Lawyers Chapter
March 01, 2012