Elizabeth Savage


Vision Awards 2018 recipient; Rabbi Irwin and Agnes Herman Humanitarian Award

Read the exclusive interview with Elizabeth Savage (interviewed by Josh Gershick) on our May/June issue of G’vanim

Elizabeth Savage is social justice activist celebrated by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for making the City of West Hollywood a “better place to live for its most vulnerable residents.”

In a time when those who serve in government are under attack, it seems fitting to honor a woman whose work has ensured that older adults, people living with HIV/AIDs and those struggling with poverty can access critical services and improve their lives. During her 22 years of service, Elizabeth worked her way up from Financial Analyst to Director of WeHo’s Department of Human Services and Rent Stabilization, where she led the way on critical issues ranging from aging with dignity and protection of affordable housing, to advancement of lesbian and bisexual women’s health and more.

Together with her wife Roxy Bickerstaff, Elizabeth has been a BCC member since 1999.

News About Elizabeth Savage

May 31, 2018: Elizabeth Savage is among six honorees who were chosen to receive Rainbow Key Awards this year, the City of West Hollywood has announced. Read the story

April 11, 2018: “I have people in my neighborhood who could disappear because of what’s happening,” Elizabeth Savage said at a recent event, referring to President Donald Trump’s administration’s policy toward undocumented immigrants. Read the full story in the Jewish Journal