LaShae Dandy, a seven-year Burbank resident, is an insurance billing specialist at Holding Hands Inc., which serves children with neurological and biological diagnoses. Dandy has 20 years of bookkeeping and payroll experience and serves as a board member for Hands for Hope, an organization that reaches out to minority youth in North Hollywood. Dandy is also applying for city clerk.
David Ellman, a five-year Burbank resident, has been a self-employed consultant since July 2011, preparing royalty statements for Bella Girl Music and serving as a financial advisor to Ohaye Music. From 1992 to 2011, he worked for Chrysalis Music Group Inc., a music publishing company for which he oversaw the accounting department, prepared monthly closing statements and analyzed catalog acquisitions that cost $5 million to $10 million.
Debbie Kukta is president of KO Properties Inc., a manufacturing company for which she has more than 25 years of experience. A 54-year Burbank resident and accountant, she has performed audits for more than four years. Kukta also serves on the board of the Burbank Unified School District and has belonged to the Verdugo Workforce Investment Board since 1999. She is involved with Burbank Noon Kiwanis and National Charity League of Burbank.