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For Immediate Release: February 2, 2021


LOS ANGELES-- Los Angeles City Councilmember Nithya Raman has announced the names of her Field Team, which will serve the residents of District 4.

“We’ve taken our time in hiring Field staff who are enterprising, enthusiastic, and dedicated to the communities they’ll serve,” Councilmember Raman said. “Most importantly, each of them truly embodies the values of communication, transparency, and proactive engagement with each and every constituent -- renter and homeowner, old and young, housed and unhoused -- that our office holds dear.”

“Each member of our team possesses the kindness and commitment necessary to serve CD4 residents and bring city government closer to you. Many of them have already gotten to work helping to do so over the past few weeks. I’m beyond excited to have them on the team, and to introduce them to you today.”

For a map delineating the exact boundaries of each field assignment, visit: The names and bios for CM Raman’s CD4 Field Staff are as follows:

Alexandria Naseef (she/her)
Field Manager — Sherman Oaks & Van Nuys Neighborhood Councils

Email coming soon — Please use for now. 

Alexandria is a six-year Sherman Oaks resident and -- before joining us -- served as an elected representative of the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council (SONC). An alumni of UC Santa Barbara with a major in Black Studies and minor in Religious Studies, she focused on models of equitable and accessible education for all. Alexandria looks forward to bringing resources to Sherman Oaks and creating communities within and around the neighborhood.

Rachel Fox (she/her)
Field Manager —
Bel Air-Beverly Crest, Greater Toluca Lake, & Hollywood Hills West (north portion) Neighborhood Councils

Rachel has served in the CD4 office since 2017, where she previously covered Silver Lake, Los Feliz, and the Hollywood Hills as a Field Deputy. Prior to joining the Council Office, Rachel worked as a Project Coordinator at the Center for Nonprofit Management. She is also a proud alumni of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission Internship Program and a resident of Silver Lake. 

Su In Lee (she/her)
Field Manager — Greater Wilshire
Neighborhood Council (Koreatown, Larchmont Village, Hancock Park, Windsor Village)

Su is a graduate from the University of Southern California with a Masters in Public Diplomacy and a BA in Communication. She has experience working with communities at the international and local levels as a Community and Project Manager and a Field Organizer. 

Sarah Tanberg (she/her)
Field Manager —
Silver Lake, Los Feliz, & Hollywood United Neighborhood Councils

Prior to joining the CD4 office, Sarah worked as a Field Lead for Councilmember Raman’s campaign and taught early childhood education. She holds a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and is an advocate for young children and their families. She lives with her two dogs, two cats, and husband in Silver Lake.

Tabatha Yelos (they/she)
Field Manager —
Central Hollywood, Mid-City West, & Hollywood Hills West (southern portion) Neighborhood Councils

Tabatha studied design & media arts at UCLA, which informed their approach to problem-solving. They got involved in local politics by getting to know their neighbors and cleaning up trash on their street, leading to them becoming a community organizer. They’re especially excited to get to work with tenants throughout the district and give a voice to communities that are typically underrepresented in our local government.

Armida Reyes (she/her)
District Liaison 

Armida, a recent graduate from UCLA with a BA in International Development Studies and minor in Geography, originally hails from South Central Los Angeles. She is excited to bring her knowledge and enthusiasm for serving Council District 4 to the District Liaison position. 

Jeremy Tramer (he/him)
District Projects Manager

Jeremy was born and raised in Los Angeles, and holds a B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Prior to joining our campaign staff in 2019, he worked in the entertainment industry. He lives in Council District 4 near the Silver Lake-Los Feliz border.


CONTACT: Jesse Zwick