Greg Sebourn is an activist for limited-government that focuses responsibilities on core services such as public safety and infrastructure management.
In addition to his public service, Greg Sebourn is an Associate at the Orange County office of Stantec Consulting Services Inc., a global Architectural and Engineering firm. He has worked on many notable projects including the subdivision of Anaheim Stadium to make room for an NFL expansion team, U.S. border properties and rights-of-way acquisition, several National Forest survey projects, and numerous smaller municipal projects.
An educator, Greg Sebourn is an adjunct instructor in the Civil Engineering Department at Rio Hondo College in Whittier and the former co-facilitator of the Survey/Mapping Sciences Program at Santiago Canyon College where he was the 2009 recipient of the Adjunct Faculty Award of Excellence, the highest honor bestowed upon adjunct faculty at the college. He is also a member of the Civil Engineering Industry Advisory Council (IAC) at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Greg Sebourn was born at St. Jude Hospital in 1973 in Fullerton, California. He attended Raymond Elementary School for kindergarten and Saint Juliana Falconieri until the 7th grade when he transferred to Ladera Vista Junior High School. He went on to graduate from Fullerton High School in 1991. Councilmember Sebourn holds an Associate of Science Degrees in Administration of Justice from Fullerton College and Survey/Mapping Sciences from Santiago Canyon College.