Marianna Marysheva is a seasoned professional with over two decades of municipal government experience and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from UC Berkeley. Marianna’s significant local government experience has shaped her into an innovative and creative leader with a track record of implementing programs to promote transparency and open government, building partnerships and promoting collaboration, and getting things done in organizations with multiple cross-pressures and competing priorities.
Marianna has extensive financial management experience, and has been successful in developing and implementing effective and long-lasting fiscal discipline measures, and increasing revenues through partnerships with employees, residents and businesses. Marianna has a track record of recharging and refocusing governmental functions, cutting the red tape, and making the government more transparent, flexible, customer and business friendly, and accountable.
During the course of her career, Marianna has earned trust, respect and recognition from elected officials, media, public, developers, business groups and employees. She has been featured in various publications including the Wall Street Journal.
Marianna lives in Irvine with her two children, who attend an IUSD school.
Small businesses within the Irvine portion of Orange County’s 3rd Supervisorial District can apply to receive grant funds through the City's 3rd District Small Business Support Grant Program. Applications are open from 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, through 4:59 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 29. Apply here.
California is allocating COVID-19 vaccines as they become available to ensure equitable distribution. OC Health Care Agency continues the phased approach to vaccine distribution. Given the limited initial supply of COVID-19 vaccines, distribution will be limited at first and increase over time.
The City of Irvine launched Irvine Cares, the first initiative of Mayor Farrah N. Khan’s newly assembled COVID-19 Task Force. The campaign invites the public to slow the spread of COVID-19 by pledging support and being an advocate for our most vulnerable.
The City of Irvine seeks to honor and remember its residents who have died from COVID-19 by establishing a memorial web page and video tribute. Family members who would like their loved one included in the remembrance may submit a photo and a quote honoring the resident via a dedicated web page.