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  • ETTA opens 3rd Day Program group in Pico
  • ETTA to open new Day Program in the Conejo Valley in Jan. 2016! 
  • New ETTA office location open in Hancock Park

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Job & Life Skills Services Staff


Randi Balavram

Program Manager

Randi Balavram grew up in New York and received her B.A. in Psychology from Brooklyn College in 2010. She moved to Los Angeles after graduating college and became very involved in the Pico Jewish Community. Randi has a background in childcare which provided her with the opportunity to work with children with special needs.  She became interested in working with older individuals with special needs and their families and therefore joined ETTA as a Life Skills Coach in April 2014. Randi now serves as Program Manager, providing services that enable adults with special needs to live fully enriched and active lives as members of the Los Angeles Jewish Community.

Contact: Email


Shanna Rosenberg

Isak Boruchin Adult Day Program Manager

Shanna Rosenberg joined the ETTA team July 2013 as a graduate from the University of Oregon with her B.A in Family and Human Services and Special Education. Shanna began at ETTA as the Senior Direct Support Professional of the formerly known Ner shoshana program.  In September 2014 Shanna launched ETTA’s first Adult Day Program. She manages all aspects of the Isak Boruchin Adult Day Program from assessing new potential participants to organizing all volunteer and life skill related activities. Prior to working with ETTA Shanna gained experience in the human services field by working with a variety of different populations including supporting survivors of intimate partner violence, students with developmental disabilities and running Jewish programming for University students.

Contact: 310-694-1667 or email