Jim Beaubien, Jeffrey Greenberg and Cindy Starrett again cited for business and civic leadership.
Lucinda Starrett is a partner in the Environment, Land & Resources Practice, advising clients on complex project siting and approvals. Ms. Starrett has held several firm leadership positions, including with the Women Enriching Business initiative.
Ms. Starrett’s practice includes approval for real estate development, open space, and infrastructure projects, advising on government approvals and associated environmental, and transactional matters.
Ms. Starrett’s California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) practice includes administrative and pre-litigation counseling. Ms. Starrett is registered as a lobbyist with the City and County of Los Angeles and with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Ms. Starrett is an officer of the Central City Association and recently served on LA County’s Stormwater Advisory Committee.
Deeply committed to supporting charities, Ms. Starrett serves on the boards of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Downtown Women’s Center, the Tejon Ranch Conservancy and the Central City Association. She previously served on the boards of Zero Emission Transit, Abode Community Housing, Orthopedic Institute for Children, the Los Angeles Parks Foundation and the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C. Ms. Starrett has been a leader on CEQA reform initiatives as well as housing incentive policies.