Brad Rosenheim currently serves as Chair of VICA's Board of Directors.
Brad Rosenheim is President and CEO of
Rosenheim and Associates, Inc. which will be celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary in October. Brad began his career working for Councilman Marvin Braude in 1980 before joining the private sector in 1988. Brad is happily married with his wife, Devon, who has also worked at Los Angeles City Hall.
Tell us about your experience with VICA, how has VICA been valuable for you?
VICA has been a wonderful addition to my personal and professional life. I have met scores of truly wonderful, thoughtful, knowledgeable and passionate people in and through VICA and I am extremely grateful to have them in my life. Through VICA, I am also able to exercise my interest in public policy and get some use out of my graduate degrees in public policy and city management.
If you were to tell a peer or friend about VICA, what would be your sales pitch?
If you have a business or represent an organization, particularly a business or organization located in the San Fernando Valley and you believe in public policies that will allow your business or organization to flourish in the best of times and to be protected in the worst of times, you need to join VICA. VICA provides the most effective voice for business (and other organizations) interests with our local, state and federal leaders, all while advocating for the best overall quality of life for all in the San Fernando Valley.
What is your favorite experience or memory with VICA?
The sense of accomplishing good things for the community and doing so with a truly wonderful group of people... and of course, pushing Stuart's buttons!
Has your company made commitments or taken action to support employees and/or the community during the COVID-19 pandemic?
My main objective is to keep everyone at
Rosenheim & Associates, Inc. paid in full through the crisis and to provide flexibility in workload. While we have had to reduce our direct financial support for various organizations during the crisis, I've been spending quite a bit of my time working not just on VICA related business and policy matters, but also working with two other boards upon which I sit to assure their continued operation and success during these stressful times. I'm very proud of my colleagues at
Rosenheim & Associates and the VICA staff for their flexibility, ingenuity and perseverance during this stressful period in which we find ourselves and thank them for their dedication and commitment. I can't wait to hear "It's Time for Dodger Baseball" once again!