Chairman of the Board
Don Steier is a life-long Angelino and graduated from UCLA. He was a Deputy District Attorney and currently serves as the general counsel for a Downtown LA property owners non-profit where he has developed deep knowledge of policies affecting homelessness.
Elizabeth Mitchell is a Partner with the boutique litigation firm Umhofer, Mitchell, and King LLP. She was an attorney with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office in the Police Litigation Unit and was a prosecutor where she handled criminal cases focusing on violent and sexual crimes. She is an expert in homelessness policy and has led the Alliance in developing a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the City and County of Los Angeles.
Daniel Conway is a policy consultant and advisor. Conway served as Chief of Staff for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson where he helped develop the Mayor’s policy platform and “Cities 3.0” concept. He also developed partnerships with non-profits and companies, including Starbuck’s Solution City initiative and UNICEF’s Kids Power program.
Paul Webster is policy and legislative analyst most recently serving as a Senior Policy Advisor in the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He has more than twelve years of experience serving in the United States House of Representatives as a legislative and issues manager for several Members of Congress and served in the California State Legislature as the District Director for an Assembly Member and Senator.