Eloise Olson Cohen is a graduate of California Lutheran University and Philips Graduate Institute and has been a resident of Thousand Oaks since 1963. She enjoyed a career in private practice at the Family Counseling Center of the Oaks and is currently Assistant Director of the Harold Stoner Clark Lectures at Cal Lutheran, as well as a photographic artist, community advocate, and volunteer for many local non- profits. Eloise serves on the Thousand Oaks Cultural Affairs Commission, the Thousand Oaks Alliance for the Arts, and the Thousand Oaks Library Foundation. In addition to working with Cal Lutheran’s development committee of the Center for Non Profit Management, Eloise is a member of the Casa Pacifica Angels, Angels of the Arts, and Ascension Lutheran Church. She is also a volunteer for an interfaith group providing assistance to local immigrants and refugees. Her awards include Named Gift Honoree and Past President of the American Association of University Women, Service to Alma Mater and Career Excellence Cal Lutheran, Community Conscience Mardi Gras Queen 2016, Paul Harris Fel- low and Unsung Hero from the Thousand Oaks Rotary, and Woman of the Year from the Conejo Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce.
Chuck Cohen graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with bachelor’s and law degrees and has practiced law in Thousand Oaks since 1961. He is currently a partner with Cohen Begun & Deck LLP in Westlake Village. He served on the Water Bond Committee, served as a city planning commissioner, councilman, and mayor. He is past president of the Ventura County Bar Association, Conejo Future Foundation, and Casa Pacifica, and was named chair emeritus of the Conejo Valley