Tag: Jeremy Loudenback

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by Jeremy Loudenback The onset of climate change is expected to have a powerful impact on California, from effects on growing seasons in agricultural areas to more frequent forest fires. But…

November 25, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback In his first year on the job, Hermosa Beach City Manager Tom Bakaly has had to do a lot more than just sign the checks. Since coming to…

November 20, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Even as Congresswoman Karen Bass has ascended to the highest levels of government, she hasn’t forgotten her roots in community organizing South Los Angeles.  Though she now roams…

November 18, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Aja Brown is on a mission. Since her election as mayor of Compton this past June, the 31-year-old has been on a one-woman crusade to change minds about…

November 11, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback In recent weeks, the Bedrosian Center has hosted an impressive slate of state and national leaders, and on Wednesday, November 13, the conversation about effective governance shifts to the local…

November 1, 2013
October 25, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback During his campaign for mayor, Eric Garcetti positioned himself as the young, technology-savvy alternative to other candidates. During the first few months of his administration, he’s already broken…

October 18, 2013
October 17, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback When Jan Perry came to the Bedrosian Center’s Lunch with a Leader last month, we had opportunity to ask her a few questions about her 12-year run as…

October 15, 2013
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October 11, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback In case you haven’t already read about her in Vogue, Aja Brown is raising some eyebrows. But unlike in years past, when headlines out of Compton focused on…

October 9, 2013
October 1, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Discussions of margin of error don’t typically generate full-throated cheers, even at USC. But most lectures don’t usually feature Nate Silver, the country’s most famous statistician, author, and…

September 24, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback When most people think about government in the United States, sovereign Native American governance structures are seldom considered. There are 566 federally recognized American-Indian tribal governments in the…

September 16, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Here at Bedrosian Center headquarters, hearts and calculators are aflutter with the news that Nate Silver is paying the U.S.C. campus a visit on Friday as part of the Holt…

September 12, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Even in a diverse, polyglot city like Los Angeles, Jan Perry cuts a unique profile that speaks to a multifaceted and sometimes contradictory political career. The former City…

September 11, 2013
September 10, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback By dispensing with paper-based public services and working smarter with technology, the British government may be able to realize £70 billion in savings by 2020, according to a…

September 9, 2013

by Jeremy Loudenback Tomorrow marks an important date for New Yorkers. As polls open for the mayoral election, the city will be guaranteed a new face in the mayor’s office for…

September 9, 2013