I am honored to serve as the 64th President of the Ebell of Los Angeles. Founded in 1894, we’ve been part of the Los Angeles for a very long time. Today, The Ebell of Los Angeles operates a club for women that combines tradition and modernity with members from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, experiences and interests.
As I write this message, our beautiful, historic building on Wilshire Boulevard is shuttered due to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic but our members are still engaging with one another, learning from each other and working together to support our philanthropies, programs and projects virtually wherever possible. I invite you to explore this website and learn more about us until we can re-open our doors for an in-person visit.
If you like what you see, I invite you to contact us and consider joining a community of more than 600 dynamic women (and some men, yes gentlemen are welcome to join) who are committed to education, culture and philanthropy with a large dose of fun and camaraderie included.
We are operating differently in this extraordinary time but our values remain the same — service and community. Check out our online programs, sign up for our emails and please contact me if you have any questions.
Laurie Schechter, Vice-President
Stacy Brightman, Executive Director
Board of Directors
Director of Finance
Director of Programs
Director of Publications
Director of Historic Collections
Director of House, Theatre & Grounds
Director of Rest Cottage Association
Director of Scholarship
Director of Membership
Director of Public Relations and Marketing
Director of Governance
Director of Development
Director of Special Events
Director of Membership and Programming
Director of Human Resources
Director of Graphics & Web Content
Theatre Rental Manager
Special Events Coordinator
Senior Special Events Coordinator
Senior Graphic Designer
Special Events Assistant/Receptionist
Special Events Manager
Accounting / Membership
Clubhouse Production & Filming Coordinator
Housemen: Arnulfo Mejia, Sal Mejia-Contreras, Marvin Perez, Edgar Reyes and Manuel Morales