Meet the candidates seeking a spot on the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) board of directors at a meet-and-greet in Robert Burns Park on Sun., April 3 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The 35 candidates are running for 21 positions, which represent 15 geographic areas and six special interest categories. Elected board members will serve a two-year term. The runner-up in each category will become the alternate director.
Candidates are: Karen Gilman and Phivan Ha for at large; Owen Smith for Area 1; Adam Morgens, Aaron Mayer, Jeffry Carpenter and Cynthia Pearson for Area 2; Frances McFall for Area 3; Cam Davis and Bobbie Kumetz for Area 4; James Wolf for Area 5; Barbara Savage and Bradley Jewett for Area 6; Charles D’Atri and Paul Hunter for Area 7; Philip Farha for Area 8; Ryan Fitzgerald, Max Kirkham and Nancy Kim for Area 9; Kathleen Mulligan and Patricia Carroll for Area 10; David Kaye, Sue Horwitz and Steven Senigram for Area 11; Greg Wittmann for Area 12; Robby O’Donnell and John Gresham for Area 13; Caroline Moser for Area 14; Julie Stromberg for Area 15; John Winther for business; Tucker Carney and Colette Amin for nonprofit; Mike Genewick for religion; and James Rosales and Joe Hoffman for renters.
Vote in the election, May 1
GWNC elections will be held on May 1 from 12 to 4 p.m. at The Barking Lot—336 N. Larchmont Blvd. All stakeholders 18 and older who live, work, own property or have an ongoing interest in the neighborhood can vote.
For more information on the event or election, visit greaterwilshire.org.