Census Tract 4603.01 is the Northwestern section of Altadena bordered on the west roughly by the Arroyo Seco or the Pasadena City limits thereabout; by Altadena Drive on the south; by Fair Oaks Avenue on the east and along a line following Chiquita Canyon to the transmission lines; and along the transmission lines on the north which border the Angeles National Forest.
Dorothy “Dot” Wong was born and raised in Hawaii then moved to Los Angeles in 1983 to attend college at Loyola Marymount University earning a Bachelors degree in Communications and Business Administration in ’88.
Dot worked in Hollywood for 20+ years as Live/Multi-Camera Television Production Associate Director, Production Supervisor and is an active member of the Directors Guild of America. Her production skills translated easily to community organizer specializing in bicycling advocacy, recreation and sport, bringing world class bicycle racing to Los Angeles and to all of Southern California for well over a decade organizing and supporting over 200+ bicycle events to date.
Her love of sport and dedication to hard work, Dot reached the elite level of bicycle racing earning the gold medal in mountain biking at the World Masters Games in 2005. She has taken her expertise to the community as an experienced bicycling and pedestrian safety educator certified by the League of American Bicyclists in Washington D.C. She is a lead instructor working with local advocacy organizations: LA County Bicycle Coalition, People for Mobility Justice, Active SGV as well as with Walk ‘N Rollers Bicycling-Pedestrian Safety programs across Southern California. She also currently serves on the Executive Board of the California Bicycle Coalition 2016-present.
Also, recognized as an environmental advocate she was awarded 2013 Volunteer of the Year for the Arroyo Seco Foundation. Advocated 2015 and 2017 at Capital Hill in Sacramento and Washington DC for better, safer streets, to expand public land protection, conserve resources and to be more climate-resilient. Create more natural spaces such as parks and bike paths in our historically underserved neighborhoods. Connecting people and public lands through more trails and other outdoor recreational opportunities, to improve public health.
Term Expires 2021
Phone: (626) 765-4275
FB/Twitter: @ATCdotwong Instagram: Councilmember.dotwong
Hannah Petrie originally from the Chicago area, lives in Jane’s Village. She has been a full-time Unitarian Universalist parish minister since 2003, and currently serves the UU Church of Studio City. She is a founding board member of nonprofits Jericho Road Pasadena and Pasadenans Organizing for Progress. A mother of 9 and 11 year-olds, she enjoys hiking, biking, and camping.
Term Expires 2022
Phone: (626) 347-6085