Michael Fleming is the Executive Director of the David Bohnett Foundation – a grant making foundation charged with “improving society through social activism”.
Fleming has served on numerous boards and commissions including the Los Angeles Board of Water Power Commissioners – the five member panel that oversees the nation’s largest public utility. He previously served as the President of the East Los Angeles Area Planning Commission and as a Commissioner on the Board of the Los Angeles Convention Center. In 2010, President Barack Obama named Fleming to the White House Council for Community Solutions.
He served on the NPR Foundation Board of Trustees, is the immediate past Chairman of the Board of public radio powerhouse KCRW and is an adjunct professor of organizational development and public policy at UCLA and NYU.
Michael is married to California Court of Appeal Justice Luis A. Lavin.