Standolyn Robertson has been elected to serve as the 2018-19 president of the Los Feliz Improvement Association.
Robertson, founder of Things in Place, is a certified professional organizer, public speaker and a featured expert for major print and TV outlets. A resident of Los Feliz since 2012, she joined the LFIA Board of Directors in 2015 and has served in several leadership roles.
Her first name is pronounced “Stan-doh-lin,” which as she likes to say rhymes with mandolin. She grew up in Washington D.C. and New England, and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts.
Robertson is also a competitive curling athlete, having twice participated in the United States Curling Association Mixed Nationals Championship.
Other officers named to the LFIA board are Amy Gustincic, first vice president; Mica Campbell, second vice president; Donald Seligman, treasurer; Donna Kolb, coordinating secretary; and Mary Haberle, recording secretary.
Robertson serves as the 47th president of LFIA, which was founded in 1916.