Ravi Singh | Chairman of the Board LAX Coastal Chamber

Ravi Singh is the current Chair of the Board of Directors for the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce and is the Vice President of Growth & Development for PBS Engineers, a small and local business in the Los Angeles Region. He is also a newly appointed Board Member for the Flight Path Museum LAX. Ravi has 20 years of professional experience in the aviation industry working with clients across the U.S. in the state, local, commercial, and federal markets on critical infrastructure projects. Along with being a devoted husband and father, Ravi dedicates his time connecting people and businesses across our community and following his passion of volunteering for organizations focused on community impact. Ravi also co-hosts the No U-Turn podcast, which spotlights leaders focused on the future of the aviation and transportation industry, emerging technologies, and workforce of the future. His favorite Christmas Tradition: Spoiling his wife and daughter and watching cheesy Holiday movies.

Christina Davis | Executive Director of Gateway to Los Angeles

Christina Davis is currently the Executive Director of Gateway Los Angeles Property Based Business Improvement District (BID). In January of 2024 she will be stepping into the role of Chief Operating Officer at Drollinger Properties the oldest and largest property management and commercial real estate brokerage firm in Westchester’s Central Business District. She is also a proud member of the Rotary Club of Westchester and serves as the treasurer of the LAX Coastal Education Foundation. Christina was raised in Los Angeles, California in the community of Westchester and was a student of photography and graphic design at Otis College. She currently lives in Redondo Beach with her daughter.

Karen Greenberg | Rotary District 5280 Foundation Chair

Karen Greenberg is a member of the South Bay Sunrise Rotary Club and is one of the originators of their annual South Bay Beer and Wine Festival. She is currently the District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair (DRFCC) and an Assistant Governor for Rotary District 5280, which covers the greater Los Angeles County area. She has served many other positions for Rotary District 5280, including co-chair of the Humanitarian trip to Peru and co-chair of the annual district-wide fundraiser aboard the U.S.S. Iowa, to name a few. Karen lives with her husband, David, in Torrance and is a graduate of UCLA (go Bruins!).

Ravi Sankaran | President of the Del Rey Neighborhood Council

Ravi Sankaran is President of the Del Rey Neighborhood Council and has been a Del Rey resident for 10 years. During those years he has attended or participated in the MdR Holiday Boat Parade almost every year, including 2 years where he led boat teams and in 2016 took home an award for Best Lights. Sankaran has 20 years’ experience in the electric power generation industry, where he has spent the majority of his career developing large-scale wind and solar energy projects for customers in California and throughout the US West. He earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Virginia and his MBA from University of Texas at Austin. Sankaran is a big supporter of both the boat parade and other events and programming around Burton Chace Park since he believes they enhance the quality of life for residents of Marina del Rey, Del Rey and the entire Westside.

Roger Friedman | Commodore of Del Rey Yacht Club

Roger Friedman, commodore of Del Rey Yacht Club has been a member for 48 years and a boater for 64 years, with a few breaks for the army and school.  He was in the army for 2 years (not much boating in the infantry). When he got out of the army he got married and went to work as a salesman in the printing supply and equipment business, which is the business that ​he still is in. He has with his wife of 54 years raised 2 children, who spent much of their early years on the water with them. Their first boat was a 16′ ski boat and used it at local lakes for water skiing. Their second boat was a 26′ Owens power boat and then they got into sailing on a 46′ ERWIN which is what they have today.  As a second hobby he has built old cars, the last one being a 1953 Chevy.

Neil Morrow | Lemon Law Attorney

He and his Law Firm provide Legal Services throughout California.   In addition to a private practice, he was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Pacific Coast University School of Law, where he taught Civil Procedure and Professional Ethics.  Mr. Morrow holds a Juris Doctor of Law and a Masters in Business Administration.  Mr. Morrow got his start working for the law department of a Fortune 100 company where for 12 years he investigated and managed personal injury claims.  He has extensive experience in Consumer Protection Law (Lemon Law) and Personal Injury Law.