A Conversation With Brad Rosenheim

A Conversation With Brad Rosenheim

A Conversation With:

Brad Rosenheim
Rosenheim & Associates, Inc.



How long have you been volunteering in the community?

I began volunteering in the Valley in January of 1980, which was shortly after I moved to the City of Los Angeles, specifically to the great San Fernando Valley.


Tell us a little about yourself.

I began my career and community and public service working as a deputy for former Los Angeles City Councilman Marvin Braude. I left City Hall in 1988 and went into the private sector where 7 years later I founded my business, Rosenheim & Associates, Inc. in October 1995. We are celebrating our 25th anniversary this year.

I met my wife while working in City Hall and we have two wonderful adult children.

For more information visit my LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brad-rosenheim/


What is one of your Passion Projects that you are working on?

Being a founder and the first chair of the Boys and Girls Club of the West Valley is a passion project that continues to mean a great deal to me.

My current passion project is serving as board Vice-Chair for Homes 4 Families, a wonderful organization that builds veteran enriched neighborhoods for lower income veterans.


Why do you continue to be a member of The Valley Economic Alliance?

As Chair of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association I was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of The Valley Economic Alliance as one of their strategic partners.

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