Rosalind (Roz) Wiener Wyman (c 1930—) served on the Los Angeles City Council representing the 5th district. She was the youngest person to be elected to the City Council and only the second woman. During her first term, she married Eugene Wyman, an attorney who founded a large entertainment law firm in Los Angeles and who served as Chairman of the California Democratic Party.
Roz believed that Los Angeles needed a professional sports team to cement its image as a major American city. She was instrumental in bringing the Dodgers' from Brooklyn to Los Angeles.
For many years, Roz Wyman has been active in the Democratic Party and was the Convention Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the 1984 Democratic National Convention, the first woman - Democrat or Republican - ever selected to run a Presidential Convention.
She is a super delegate for the 2008 presidential election.