Barry Goldberg, a personal injury attorney based in Woodland Hills, has been elected president of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s board of trustees in membership elections that ended Sept. 10. Goldberg will serve a one-year term, alongside David Jones as president elect, Christopher Warne as secretary, Matthew Breddan as treasurer and Yi Sun Kim as immediate past president. “As the incoming president, I could not be more excited to take SFVBA to the next level,” Goldberg said in a statement. “We are experiencing tremendous growth and enthusiasm for all of our programs and the outlook is bright. Along with providing our membership with programs critical to their financial growth, this year, we are also committed to our community by fighting against homelessness in our beloved Valley.” Attorneys Alan Eisner, Gary Goodstein, Alexander Kasendorf, Minyong Lee, Joy Kraft Miles and George Seide were elected for two-year trustee terms. Kyle Ellis and Michael Cohen were appointed by Goldberg for one-year trustee terms. They will join sitting trustees Heather Glick-Atalla, Amanda Moghaddam, Samuel Price, Allan Sarver, Steven Sepassi, Benjamin Soffer and Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association representative Taylor Williams, all of whom will serve as trustees through 2020.