AIA|LA City Leaders Breakfast Reception w/ DAVID E. RYU
Friday, December 11, 8:00-9:30AM
STEINBERG - 523 West 6th Street, Suite 245, Los Angeles, CA 90014
The 2015 AIA|LA City Leaders Breakfast Series ::
the twelfth annual AIA|LA Breakfast Series

Councilmember, City of Los Angeles - District #4

WHEN:  Friday, December 11, 2015. 8:00 - 9:30am
WHERE: STEINBERG - 523 West 6th Street, Suite 245, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Please register below! 

The 2015 AIA|LA City Leaders Breakfast Series ::
the eleventh annual AIA|LA Breakfast Series

The 2015 AIA|LA CITY LEADERS BREAKFAST SERIES serves as an opportunity for architects & designers and other community stakeholders to meet directly with key individuals transforming Los Angeles in a roundtable setting to discuss innovative ideas that will ensure a healthy, sustainable and economically competitive future.  

Councilmember, City of Los Angeles - District #4
Los Angeles City Councilmember David E. Ryu represents the 4th council district which include the neighborhoods of Sherman Oaks, Toluca Lake, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Los Feliz, Silverlake, Miracle Mile, Hancock Park, Windsor Square, Larchmont and a portion of Koreatown. 

Ryu studied economics at UCLA; Public Policy and Administration at Rutgers; won a prestigious United Nations graduate internship; and was a Netkal Fellow at USC’s School of Social Work. 

As Senior Deputy to Los Angeles County Yvonne Supervisor Burke, he worked for years on issues like public health, housing, children and family services, transportation and senior services. He helped oversee the County budget and worked for a time as a Special Investigator for the Auditor-Controller, rooting out waste and fraudulent expenditures.

Ryu returned to the non-profit world and served as Director of Development and Public Affairs at one of Los Angeles’s largest non-profit health care providers: Kedren Acute Psychiatric Hospital and Community Health Center.

On July 1st, 2015 Ryu became the first Korean American to serve on the LA City Council and only the second Asian American.