Lea Rosenberg

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Lea Rosenberg is a community activist currently serving as Co-President of Soroptimist International of Davis, Noble Grand (President) of the Davis Rebekah Lodge, and as a member of the Board of the Yolo County SPCA. Lea has opened her home to innumerable arts, education, political, charitable, and community events over the years.

Lea Rosenberg formerly served as President of the University Farm Circle, President of the Davis Art Center, President of the Davis PTA Council, President of the Davis School Arts Foundation, and Treasurer for numerous successful local political campaigns. She has been honored as Davis Citizen of the Year (the Covell Award). Lea Rosenberg has been chosen four times in an annual poll of readers of the Davis Enterprise as "Most Dedicated Community Volunteer." She is a member of the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge, previously having served as Treasurer and as a Trustee of the Lodge, and having been chosen in 2006 as the "Member of the Year." Currently, she serves as one of the three Trustees of the Davis Rebekah Lodge, and also serves as one of six board members of the Hall Board Association of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges, managing all property of the two Lodges. She has served as a long-time member of the Yolo County Democratic Central Committee. She also served for five years as a member of the Yolo County Fair Board of Directors, having been appointed to that position by the Governor of California.

She is married to Judge David Rosenberg, has two adult children (Jason and Janis) and one grandson (Jonathon). Lea is also Davis' foremost Avon Lady, having been selected to the Avon President's Club for over 26 years.

Note: Lea has recently been targeted in a lawsuit regarding her involvement in several charitable organizations in Davis and Yolo County alleging that she has used her widespread connections in the Davis community to fraudulently raise funds for services for foster children, young adults who have aged out of foster care, and families at risk. The lawsuit also names other prominent people (Judges, defense attorneys, district attorneys, and business people) in Yolo County associated with the Davis Odd Fellows, Soroptimists and other non-profit organizations, plus others, including Attorney General Kamala Harris. The Plaintiff apparently has a criminal case pending in Yolo County Superior Court.

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