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Advancing bold public policy that drives economic growth.

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential business voices in California.

For over 80 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote progress in the Los Angeles region in the areas of energy, housing, transportation, international trade and economic development.

We are successful at driving progress because we ground our efforts in evidence-based research, build diverse coalitions, and create a path forward for meaningful and measurable progress.

Today our 500+ members represent business and civic leaders from all industry sectors who are focused on innovative public policy that strengthens our economy while improving quality of life for all of us. We work in tandem with our research arm, the LABC Institute, to achieve these ambitious goals.

Through bold, progressive leadership for business, the LABC is trailblazing the way to a stronger, more equitable Los Angeles.

“The Los Angeles Business Council is the most forward-looking business organization in Los Angeles. And one of the best in the country.”

– Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Our Team

Under the leadership of Mary Leslie, the LABC has distinguished itself as a different breed of business organization, taking on challenging issues, supporting groundbreaking research, and building coalitions to create cutting-edge policy.

Mary Leslie

President, LABC & LABC Institute

Adam Lane

Vice President, Programs, LABC

Rachel Levy

Communications Director, LABC

Kandace London

Business Development & Events Manager, LABC

Carla Marsh

Membership and Administrative Director, LABC

Jonathan Harris

Programs & Development Manager, LABC Institute

Leilani Sinclair

Development Consultant, LABC Institute

Rory Stewart

Policy and Program Associate, LABC Institute

Board Leadership

Our forward-thinking and progressive leadership has been instrumental in the LABC’s success in delivering on our bold vision for the future.

LABC Executive Officers

Nadine Watt, Chair

Watt Companies

Jacob Lipa, Immediate Past Chairman

Psomas / Micropolitan

Mary Leslie, President

LABC

Thomas Flintoft, Vice Chairman

Kindel Gagan

Robert Jernigan, Vice Chairman

Gensler

Antonio Manning, Vice Chairman

Affordable Living for the Aging

David Nahai, Vice Chairman

David Nahai Companies

Richard Ziman, Founding Chair, Vice Chairman,

Rexford Industrial Realty

Lori Tierney, Secretary

Tierney Management LLC

David Sears, Treasurer

Pacific Reach Partners

LABC Board of Directors

Martin Adams

LA Department of Water and Power

Rick Bartlett

Unisource Solutions

Richard Benbow

UCLA

Ellen M. Berkowitz

Greenberg Traurig

April Blackadder

Haworth

David Borger

STV Incorporated

Kasey Burke

Meta Housing Corporation

Marcia Choo

Wells Fargo Bank

Caroline Choi

Southern California Edison

Steve Churm

FivePoint, LLC

Brad Cox

Trammell Crow Company

Tom Donohue

Suffolk Construction

Brant H. Dveirin

Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith, LLP

Kip Field, P.E.

HDR

Thomas Flintoft

Kindel Gagan

Amy Freilich

Armbruster, Goldsmith & Delvac LLP

Garrett Gin

Bank of America

Bob Graziano

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Ron Griffith

Century Housing

Gene Hale

G & C Equipment Corporation

Scott Hunter

HKS

David Hart

Steinberg Hart

Rob A. Jernigan, AIA, LEED AP

Gensler

Ted Kahan

Oasis West Realty

Deborah Kallick

Cedars-Sinai Health System

Jan Karl

Morley Builders

Maureen Kindel

Kindel Gagan

Stuart M. Laff

Rottet Studio

Brooke Lauter

Lauter Communications, LLC

Mary Leslie

Los Angeles Business Council

Jacob Lipa

Micropolitan | Psomas

Michael Mahdesian

Servicon Systems, Inc.

Antonio Manning

Affordable Living for the Aging

Dan Margolis

FTI Consulting

Scott McClure

Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co.

Reid McMains

Turner Construction

George J. Mihlsten

Latham & Watkins

Wendy Mitchell

WM Consulting

Claudette A. Moody

WSP USA

David Nahai

David Nahai Companies

Hilary Norton

Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic

Jonathan Port

PermaCity Solar

Jerry Porter

CresaPartners

Saundra Price

W.E. O’Neil Construction

Phil Recht

Mayer Brown

Kirk Rose, AIA, DBIA

HMC Architects

Michael Rosenfeld

Next Century Partners, LLC

Alan Rothenberg

1st Century Bank

Avygail Sanchez

Parsons

Martha Saucedo

AEG

David Sears

Pacific Reach Partners

 

Patti Shwayder

Aimco

Sarah Shaw

JMB Realty Corporation

Lloyd Silberstein

USC

Alan Skobin

Galpin Motors, Inc.

Lori Tierney

Tierney Management LLC

Jon Vein

Los Angeles Convention Center and Tourism Development Commission

Jacqueline Waggoner

Enterprise Community Partners

Tom Warren

Holland Partner Group

Nadine Watt

Watt Companies

Gillian Wright

Sempra Energy Utilities

Richard Ziman

Rexford Industrial Realty

THE LABC INSTITUTE

The LABC Institute is the research and educational arm of the LA Business Council. The LABCi produces cutting-edge research to strengthen the sustainable economy of the Los Angeles region. Since its founding in 2010, the LABCi has partnered with leading academic institutions throughout L.A. to help develop research-driven, policy solutions.
To learn more, visit www.labcinstitute.org.

LABCi Executive Officers

Richard Ziman, Founding Chair

Chairman, Rexford Industrial Realty

Brad Cox, Chair

Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company

Mary Leslie, President

President, Los Angeles Business Council

Antonio Manning, Vice Chairman

Affordable Living for the Aging

David Sears, Treasurer

Pacific Reach Partners

Ellen M. Berkowitz, Secretary

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

LABCi Board of Directors

Henry Cisneros

CityView

Kendra Doyel

Ralphs Grocery Company

Lew Horne

CBRE

Joanne Kozberg

California Strategies

Jacob Lipa

Micropolitan/Psomas

David Nahai

David Nahai Companies

Dan Rosenfeld

Indivest

Gene Seroka

Port of Los Angeles

Kecia Washington

LADWP

News from the labc

2019 Architectural Awards Embrace Innovative Workspaces and Community Engagement

2019 Architectural Awards Embrace Innovative Workspaces and Community Engagement

LOS ANGELES (June 21, 2019) — The Los Angeles Business Council today celebrated the winners of its 49th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that bring people together and foster collaborative, memorable experiences among Angelenos. From a competitive pool of hundreds of submissions in 23 design categories, winning projects ran the gamut, from urban micro-living units to beachfront hotels.

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