Cosmo Moore

Representative District 4

Derek Iversen

District 5 Resident

Derek Iversen is an animation writer, urban bicycle enthusiast, and environmental activist. He's lived in Valley Glen since 2009 and thinks it's pretty great here, but believes there's always room for improvement! Derek makes a mean guacamole.

Dianna Rose

Representative District 3

James Casey

District 6 Resident - Treasurer

James Casey has lived in Valley Glen’s District 6 for almost 37 years. He has seen the area change and grow, struggle and thrive. James spent most of his professional career as an Environmental Health and Safety Professional for the last 15 years and has always had a passion for protecting the Environment and keeping people healthy and safe. Although James has hung up his EHS bootstraps to pursue his undying Entrepreneurial spirit in Land Investing, he feels that in joining the Greater Valley Glen Neighborhood Council he can still keep to his roots and make a difference in the world. James is so excited to be a part of taking this community to the next level!

Joanne D’Antonio

Representative District 1

I am dedicated to working to make Valley Glen a beautiful community to live and work. Valley Glen is a neighborhood on the way up, and I want to make sure that continues to happen.

Jon Pelletier

At-Large Community Stakeholder

Joseph Barmettler

At Large Board Member

Joseph is a media professional and has lived in Valley Glen for the past eighteen years. Having previously volunteered for non-profits, churches and city-wide homeless programs, he is committed to serving the Greater Valley Glen Council as an At Large Board Member. He also sits on the Government Relations Committee.  He attends many city sponsored events, NC training sessions and public meetings and reports pertinent information to board members and stakeholders.

Julie Casey

District 6 Resident - Chair Community Safety

Julie Casey is a photographer and artist. Since moving to Valley Village 6 years ago, this is the first time in 14 years of living in Los Angeles that Julie has met her neighbors and really felt at home in an actual neighborhood. She especially loves her neighborhood because every day she sees families walking around and kids playing outside without a care in the world. After learning about the Neighborhood Council system in 2016, Julie decided she wanted to participate more in her community and started attending the Greater Valley Glen board meetings. As the new Chair of the Safety Committee, her goal is to establish more Neighborhood Watch groups in the Greater Valley Glen Council area, which will be part of the solution to keeping our neighborhoods safer. Julie & her husband James (who also on the Board) primarily work from home with their 2 dogs (Korben Dallas, an Australian Shepherd & Chikita Banana, a Spaniel mix- both rescues!), who constantly judge their parents because they work in sweatpants all day.

Linda Wehrli

Commercial Property Owner Representative

As an active supporter of the arts and education, I am glad to hear and support ideas and projects that will make our community thrive and flourish.

Malky Kertis

District 4 Representative

I have been a homeowner in valley glen for the past 14 years, and I am proud to call Valley Glen my home. I am committed and dedicated to constant improving of our neighborhood and empowering the community.

Michael Ashkinadze

Currently a junior at Grant High School. In the future, I plan to go into medicine and am currently doing volunteer work at Valley Presbyterian Hospital. I'm politically active and was a fellow with the Clinton Campaign where I organized phone banking events and was part of a team who traveled to Nevada to register voters.

    Mickey Jannol

    At-Large Representative - Secretary

    I’m pleased to re-join GVGC as at-large representative. With my 28-year residency and service in the Valley Glen Neighborhood Association, I hope to make a significant contribution.

    September Forsyth

    District 3 Resident

    Sloan Myrick

    Representative District 5 - Board President

    As a member of the Parks Committee, we have worked with the city to improve and beautify our community park. Our park is in better shape than it has been in years.

    Stanley Friedman

    Religious Institutions – At Large

    Stanley L. Friedman is a former federal prosecutor with the United States Department of Justice and his law practice focuses on white collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation.

    Thomas Newton

    Community Organizations

    Vacant

    Representative District 1

      Vacant

      Representative District 2

        Vacant

        At-Large Representative - Vice President

          Vacant

          District 2 Resident - Chair Planning and Land Use

            Walter Hall

            Community Organization Representative