Lene Conradi (born 5 May 1970) is a Norwegian politician and has been mayor of Asker municipality since 2007. She is Asker's first female mayor.
Conradi received an education in law. She was elected to Asker City Council in 1995 and was the leader right-wing group in the period 2003-2007. In May 2014, she was elected to the Høyre Work Committee.
As rapporteur, Conradi has placed great emphasis on modernizing the municipality's role, and new forms of communication with the inhabitants of Asker. She has introduced monthly open meetings with the population (Lene hour), chat-based contact with the municipality, and the Asker dialogue.
In 2012, Asker won the Entrepreneurship Award for its integration of entrepreneurship into teaching. The municipality has made a strategic commitment to broadband and digital services, which in 2012 brought Asker to the top in a Nordic ranking of cities' ICT policies in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.