About Angela Leet

Angela Leet was first-elected to the Louisville Metro Council in November 2014. 

Angela’s Metro Council District 7 comprises much of the East Side of Louisville’s corporate limits stretching south of the Ohio River to Highway 42 between Zorn Avenue and Blankenbaker Ln and along the south side of Highway 42 from Chenoweth Ln to Herr Ln and extending on Old 22 from Her Ln to Goose Creek with neighborhoods along the north side of Shelbyville Rd and La Grange Road. She proudly serves her neighbors in 26 incorporated cities and Autumn Ridge, Eagle Creek, Lancaster Manor, Village of Olde St. Andrews, Westmoorland and Brownsboro Meadows neighborhoods. 

Angela Leet is a native Louisvillian who attended grade school, high school, and college in this great city. After graduating from Sacred Heart Academy, and determined to become the first college graduate in her family, Angela worked restaurant, retail, and technical jobs while carrying a full load of classes. Angela earned a Bachelor of Science in 1991 from the J.B. Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville (UofL), and received her Master of Engineering in 1992 from the same school. In 1997, while working full time as an environmental engineer, she earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Houston. In addition to her work as an engineer, Angela trained as an industrial firefighter at Texas A&M and was previously certified as an Emergency Medical Technician in Texas. 

Angela is the owner of ALEETCO, LLC, a construction management company and co-owner of Chamberlin Enterprises, a property development company. 

She is also deeply involved in our community and currently serves as a Board and Executive Committee Member of the Fund for the Arts, a Trustee of Spalding University, a WaterStep Advisory Committee member, and an American Red Cross volunteer. She has used her engineering background as a construction volunteer and Board member at Habitat for Humanity and as the Chair of Women for Habitat. 

Angela loves to be challenged and balances her work as a business owner and community volunteer with her roles as a wife and mother of two boys.