Mr. Koretz is sabotaging Expo by killing the bike lane that will connect it to UCLA and Westwood Village. The Westwood Boulevard bike lanes are opposed by his not-in-my-backyard (NIMBY) constituents near Westwood, who fear it will aggravate traffic.
The Victory Institute has chosen Kristopher Sharp as the 2015-2016 Victory Congressional Fellow, a program supported by the David Bohnett Foundation since 2013.
Interning in the Detroit mayor’s office was nothing short of amazing for State Representative Stephanie Gray Chang, MSW. Chang, 31, helped staff at the mayor’s office with the cost and spatial analysis for the city’s streetlight strategy in the midst of a budget crisis.
Our 2015 fellows will join the Bohnett alumni network, forging bonds beyond their time at Harvard. Many alumni work together, both in and out of government, to deliver progress for LGBT people and their families.
In the interview David recounts how a lifelong passion for communications tech inspired the idea of GeoCities in the mid 90s.
In the interview David discusses his recent gifts to the LA Phil as well as delves into some of his reasons for being a philanthropist.
For the second year, the grant from the David Bohnett Foundation helps to support scholarship funding for HBCU, TCU and 2 Year Colleges for Camp Pride this July
From L.A. to D.C., students in the David Bohnett Fellowship program are making an impact wherever they go. This fellowship program, sponsored by the David Bohnett Foundation, gives UCLA Luskin students the unique opportunity to work in the L.A. Mayor’s office.
Twitter. Facebook. Tumblr. These social media giants have become integral parts in contributing to our daily lives. But how often do we stop and reflect on the history of our digital habits?
New mayoral fellowships give graduate students city governance experience and mayors much-needed extra help.