Meet Chris Trubac
Chris Trubac is a lifelong Holt resident and graduate of Holt High School. He took office as the Ingham County Commissioner from District 7 (Holt, South Lansing) in January of 2019. He is the Vice-Chair of the board’s Human Services Committee and a member of the Law and Courts Committee. He also serves on the Ingham County Parks and Recreation Commission and appointed boards for Potter Park Zoo, Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter, and the Ingham County Land Bank.
Chris sits on the Board of Directors for Building Twentyone, an after-school youth program and nonprofit organization geared toward enriching the lives of Holt students. Chris is also the current president-elect for the Kiwanis Club of Holt, a local service group dedicated to "making lasting differences in the lives of children."
Chris obtained his bachelor’s degree in environmental conservation from the University of Massachusetts in 2014. After finishing college, Chris served as a substitute teacher in the Holt and Okemos public school districts. He has also worked for the Michigan House of Representatives and the Ingham County Register of Deeds.
Chris enjoys spending time with family, including two nieces and one nephew. He grew up playing music with friends and family members and remains an active supporter of Lansing's local music scene. He is the lead singer and songwriter of the band Tontine.