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Steering Committee

Abundant Housing LA is a volunteer-driven organization, and the SteerCo is made up of our volunteer leaders. For our first years, we were an entirely run volunteer organization. Our current SteerCo members oversee some of our most important advocacy projects, including our Project Advocacy Program, which is entirely volunteer-run.

Our SteerCo members serve 6 month terms. If you are interested in becoming a pro-housing leader, let us know at

  • Brad Foley,

    Brad grew up in cow country but realized pretty quickly that he was meant to live in the city. He moved to LA for a temporary position at USC, and fell in love with his walkable neighborhood: the diversity, the friendliness, and how close everything is here. He wants to help AHLA bring that close knit, accessible neighborhoods back to LA, and that feeling that everyone belongs. To get people out of their cars, and out into their communities.

  • Israel Jacquez,

    Israel is focused on bootstrapping a local chapter in the Mid City area of Los Angeles, with the intent to foster more support for better land use, transportation, and of course housing.

    Israel is originally from Richmond, California. After living in Silicon Valley, for four years, he moved to Los Angeles in 2017.

    Israel holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently working as a game developer.

  • Terry Luedecke,

    Terry is dedicated to personal health through diet and exercise. As a Plant Manager, he developed the skills to coordinate different departments with conflicting goals, to iterate through changes to improve the total team success.

    His goal for Abundant Housing LA is to improve our ability to increase more affordable and dense housing by overcoming the cumbersome process and the persistent opposition.

How can I make a difference?

Join us and help educate and advocate for more housing. We have opportunities to make your voice heard on the housing issue, ranging from just clicking a button to send a letter on housing, to testifying about your story in front of policy-makers. Simply sign up for our newsletter to learn more. Or take the next step and become an official supporting member.

  • Grayson Peters,

    Bio coming soon!

  • David Barboza,

    Bio coming soon!
  • Annie Bickerton,

    Bio coming soon!