Kevin , is a long time student of history and world affairs. When asked where he stands politically, his typical response is he considers himself a lapsed Republican, an unrepentant Perotist, a failed Green and frustrated Democrat. He is an astute observer of the hijinks being played not only on both sides of the political aisle, but also with numerous NGO and activist groups across the US.
In brief, he grew up on a small farm, lived on three continents, worked for the US government in positions of special trust and confidence, been a business developer for some of the world’s largest accounting and tax firms, been involved with several start up technology companies, and worked as political consultant and activist. After living in Los Angeles, California, for the past 20 years, Kevin returned to his native state of Pennsylvania in late 2016 and currently resides in Lancaster where he enjoys an abundance of local agriculture, water (albeit somewhat polluted), and great rail transportation.
Steven Lamb is a 5th generation San Gabriel Valley native. He attended school in Pasadena and at CSULA. Steve’s early career centered around the restoration of architecturally significant buildings by world famous architects such as Greene and Greene, R.M. Schindler, Gregory Ain, H.H. Harris, John Lautner, Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright and others. Steve presently has a design practice centered around environmentally conscious design and a consulting practice specializing in product development.
Steve has been an activist in homelessness, sex worker, police violence, land use and redevelopment, racial social justice and police violence issues. Steve is a past member of the Pasadena Strategic Planning Committee, The Altadena Town Council, the Altadena Town Council Land Use Committee where he was twice chair, The Board of the Altadena Library District, the Altadena Chamber of Commerce, and is again a member of the Christmas Tree Lane Association Board of Directors. He is currently is President of the Society of Organic Architects and the Altadena Community Corporation, a not for profit focused on retaining and growing non chain local Altadena Business.