Marca Gay

About Me

A strategic, innovative, results-driven executive, I have the proven ability to develop, implement, and advance initiatives. I currently provide interim executive services (executive transition support) as well as management consulting services. I am an elected Director on the Board of Directors of the League of Women Voters of Los Angeles ("LWVLA") and serve on the Board of its sister organization, the LWVLA Education Fund. Between the two Boards, I serve on the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and Finance and Budget Committees and have oversight responsibility of the LWVLA's Election Management Services program. Before joining the LWVLA Board, I served six years as Executive Director of Kehillat Israel ("KI") in Pacific Palisades, the largest Reconstructionist synagogue in North America with over 1,000 congregant families. Prior to KI, I served as Executive Director of a nascent nonprofit organization and produced the organization’'s first awareness-raising educational program at the VA'’s Wadsworth Theatre. I have also held executive positions at HUC-JIR, an education nonprofit, both nationally and locally and co-owned a for-profit business.

An engaged citizen, I am a trained member of L.A.'’s Community Emergency Response Team. I provided volunteer assistance to advance efforts of the L.A. County Commission on Human Relations and was recognized by the L.A. City Council for courageous actions during L.A.'’s 1992 civil unrest.

Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, I was presented with the Danforth Leadership Award by Hillary Rodham Clinton and appointed an Ambassador of Goodwill by then Governor Bill Clinton. I attended Princeton University, and lived and worked abroad before moving to Los Angeles.

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