Since 1986, Ms. Elledge has been representing her clients as an effective liaison successfully guiding applications through the development review process and facilitating project approval.
Ms. Elledge founded SEPPS as a sole proprietor in 1994 and presided over its steady growth and incorporation in 2005. Today, SEPPS is widely recognized as the leading land use consulting firm in Santa Barbara with an impressive list of satisfied clients and approved projects that make positive contributions to the Santa Barbara region.
Ms. Elledge has managed the entitlement process for a wide variety of projects and over the years has developed a special expertise representing local community institutions such as the Music Academy of the West, Marymount School, Santa Barbara and Goleta Valley Cottage Hospitals, Crane School, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, and several historic hotels.
Ms. Elledge received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Public Service Emphasis, with Honors from University of California, Santa Barbara. She appreciates the bounty of living in Santa Barbara and enjoys cooking, writing, gardening, wine tasting, oil painting, attending the film festival, and sharing it all with her family and friends.