Our Approach

Community Resource Partners will:

  • Work with and interact with local political officials, community leaders, and key organizations.
  • Work collaboratively both internally and externally to conduct targeted outreach to promote programming and events.
  • Work to gain knowledge of the local community and political environment to analyze potential support and opposition.
  • Work to obtain endorsements and support from local community leaders, organizations and elected officials.
  • Work to identify supporters to attend and speak at hearings and community with the local community.
  • Work to manage and control the effects of adversaries, facilitate community meetings, and gain support from local stakeholders.
  • Work to coordinate all promotional and outreach activities within specified budget.
  • Work to create first class event/meeting specifically tailored to meet a client’s goals.


Our Story

Susan Wiener Berk gained experience starting in 1995 by organizing local grass roots support for a public park project in Los Angeles and obtaining approval by Steve Soboroff, then president of the Los Angeles Department of Recreations and Parks Commission.  Since then, Susan has been active in managing local elections for candidates, initiatives and referendums along with community relations management for businesses, non-profit organizations and real property development projects.  Susan has the skills necessary to sway public opinion and rally support behind a cause.  Susan also does event planning for corporate and non-profit organizations.  Other achievements include former Trustee of the Echo Foundation for hearing impaired children in Culver City, former member of the Board of Directors of the League of Women Voters, former President and current member of the Board of Directors of the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills, former member of the Board of Directors of the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, former member of the Board of Directors of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and current member of The Hope Street Family Center Development Committee in downtown Los Angeles.