Brad Rosenheim received the Justice Armand Arabian Leaders in Public Service Award last week. He was given the award at United Chambers’ annual Mayor’s Lunch by Rickey Gelb, at left, Managing Partners of The Gelb Group, A Family of Companies.
Gelb said, “Many years ago I started an award with two of my very good friends – Karl Boeckmann and Armand Arabian – to honor our Valley’s leaders, the Justice Armand Arabian Leaders in Public Service Award. Before Karl passed away and before the pandemic hit, Karl and I had already chosen one such outstanding person who I would like to honor here today, Brad Rosenheim. Brad has a long history of public service in the San Fernando Valley from working as an aide and then deputy to Los Angeles City Councilman Marvin Braude to volunteering his time and donating money to numerous non-profits, including being a founding member and first Board Chair of The West Valley Boys & Girls Club.” Rosenheim is also a member of the Warner Center Association and on the board of Homes 4 Families. His past contributions include Chair of VICA, Chair of the L.A. County Metropolitan Transit Authority – San Fernando Valley Sector, member and co-founder of the Woodland Hills – Warner Center Neighborhood Council, Acting Chair of the Board of Managers of the University of West L.A., Chair of the Board of Trustees of West Hills Hospital and Medical Center, Chair of the City of Agoura Hills Business Task Force, member of the Agoura Hills General Plan Advisory Committee, President of the Fernando Award Foundation, Vice Chair of Phillips Graduate University Board of Trustees and member of the Valley Economic Alliance Board.