Meet the ERNC


Welcome to the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council.

The ERNC is an elected, all-volunteer organization that advises the City of Los Angeles on issues that are important to the Eagle Rock community.  Our aim is to solicit Lisa headshotthe community’s suggestions and concerns and either act on them directly or advocate for them to the City.

The ERNC has a taxpayer-funded budget, and has been given the authority to spend it in ways that reflect the community we represent.  Our actions must comply with the rules and regulations set out by the City of LA, but we serve the stakeholders of Eagle Rock.  We are here to listen to you, to bring City funds and projects to our streets, and to make sure all Eagle Rock’s homeowners, renters, business owners, and employees have an equal stake in what we do, what we say, and what we get.

Our goal is to make Eagle Rock an even better place to live, work, and play.

I have been serving on the ERNC since October of 2015, and I have been impressed by the Board’s transparency, professionalism, and effectiveness.  We have an excellent, diverse, and hardworking group of citizens on the ERNC and its committees, and we are always looking for more members of the community to join us in our mission of making Eagle Rock better for everyone.

Please contact us at, or get in touch with any board member, if you are interested in participating. You can also always reach me directly by emailing, or calling 323.844.ERNC.

The ERNC meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7pm at Eagle Rock City Hall, 2035 Colorado Boulevard (please check the calendar section of this website).

Please come out to one of our meetings and get involved.  Your ideas and concerns matter.  We want to hear new ideas for projects we can do to improve Eagle Rock.

Let’s Make Eagle Rock even better together.

– Lisa Kable-Blanchard, ERNC President, At-Large Director


The 2016-19 ERNC Board

All 19 of the ERNC Board members below will serve through May, 2019. Because the ERNC is an all-volunteer organization, there will be times when a member does not answer an email or phone call in a timely fashion (or at all). If you have general questions about the ERNC, or cannot reach an ERNC director, send an email to and one of our boardmembers will get back to you within 24 hours.

Subdistrict 1 Director & Vice President

Becky Newman

Arts Director

Amy Stein

Subdistrict 1 & Communications Director

Patrick Niessen
At Large Director & President

Lisa Kable-Blanchard


Bridget Byrnes Hirsch

Boulevards Director

Chloé Renée Ziegler

Subdistrict 2 Director

Jesse Saucedo

Business Director

Scott Mouro

Subdistrict 3 Director

Omari Ferguson

Sustainability Director

Natalie Freidberg

Subdistrict 3 Director

John Acevedo

Education Director

Peter Finestone

Subdistrict 4 Director

Andrew Jacobs

Faith Based Orgs Director

Suzanne Smith

Subdistrict 4 Director & Secretary

Matt Hemingway

Public Safety Director

Sylvia Denlinger

Subdistrict 2 Director

Victor Sanchez

Youth Director

Lachlan Ashenmiller

Immediate Past President

David Greene