Board of Directors Nominations
Election will be held at our Annual Meeting in March 2021.
If you are interested in being nominated as a member of the board of directors please email us at: email@example.com
Meet the Face behind some of the most creative art installations in the Historic Core: S.C. MeRo
MeRo’s art pieces have evoked laughter, curiosity, and they have paid homage to some of the most historic events in DTLA. Learn all about her passion for mosaics, how her district inspires her, and much more.
Meet the Face behind Yuko Kitchen and Yuko Soup Bar, two local gems, both owned by one powerhouse of a woman. Yuko’s comfort Japanese food is some of the best in the district. Learn all about her early beginnings in Japan, her favorite thing to do in the Historic Core, and how she pivoted to become a restaurant/nursery owner in the pandemic.
855 S Broadway
Meet the newest face of the Historic Core: Nubia Stephens, who recently opened numaade cafe, offering a wide variety of breakfast/lunch options for all diets. Nubia made it big in Dallas but decided home is where the heart is. Find out all about Nubia’s journey from a cook to a baker and proud #DTLA business owner. The Historic Core is lucky to have yet another black woman-owned business.
548 S Spring St. #114
Meet one of the Faces of the Historic Core: Benjamin Westley. Benjamin’s first brick and mortar opened up in October and they have been serving the Historic Core community with some of the best quality brews and well-ness teas. They also give back by selling products made by local designers and artists.
743 S Broadway
Meet one of the Faces of the Historic Core: Vee Sanderson. Vee is the mighty force behind some of the most popular nightlife venues in the neighborhood. As a pioneer of the Historic Core, she’s gone from one venue to a row of them on the same block.
Meet one of the Faces of the Historic Core: Uli Nasibova from Gelateria Uli inside the Spring Arcade. Uli’s assortment of flavors is inspired by the neighborhood itself, plus she shops for ingredients at local farmers market!
541 S Spring St
Meet one of the Faces of the Historic Core Rachel Long from your dog’s favorite place on earth. Pet Project LA is the number one stop for all Downtown LA pet necessities! Learn more about how Rachel came to own Pet Project and where in the neighborhood she likes to go with her pups, Shakespeare and Angus!
528 S Spring St
Meet two more Faces of the Historic Core: Kristen Trattner and Monica May, the owners of the best diner in town. The Nickel Diner is a treasure amongst Main St in the Historic Core. Chef Monica’s satisfying menu has everything from her iconic pop tarts to a Hangover Helper that might have saved some lives. Check out this video interview with Monica and Kristen and learn more about how they were destined to run the Nickel and why they’re local superheroes serving up a true piece of Americano.
524 S Main St.
413 S Main St.