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Treasurer - Nancy Theroux

I have lived in the San Fernando Valley since 1980 when I moved to California from Michigan. In 2011, I took over the Presidency of my dad's land development company in Michigan where we managed a variety of developments including a subdivision, water systems, a mobile home park and golf course. In 1988, I moved to Tarzana with my husband because we loved the large, open lots and close access to hiking and biking in the Santa Monica Mountains. My children attended Wilbur Elementary, Portola Middle School and Louisville High School where I was active in school issues and the classroom. I have previously represented TPOA as a board member of the Mountains Recreations and Conservation Authority. I have volunteered my time to a number of State and local committees and organizations dedicated to the welfare of women and children and the education of healthcare professionals who administer to them. I am a Registered Nurse and have a PhD in Education from UCLA.  I am the Administrative Director of the UCLA Perinatal Group in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and previously served in a similar position at Northridge Hospital Medical Center.

I have remained committed to TPOA since 1995 because I feel it truly represents the voice of the people who live in the Tarzana community. TPOA serves as a resource to resident in obtaining access to local government services and assistance with conflict resolution. My primary interest is the challenge of achieving balance between community development and maintenance of the "rural", open nature of our residential areas.




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