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Wiggins Leads Metrolink in Connecting People to Opportunity
April 25, 2019
Stephanie Wiggins, the commuter train’s first African American CEO, shares her vision for the agency   Stephanie Wiggins has always believed she could reach her goals. ... read more »
Winners Announced in the ‘I Got Bank’ Essay and Art Contest
September 20, 2018
Officials at One United Bank said they are “proud to announce” the recent winners of the “I Got Bank Essay and Art Contest”.  The ten awardees, ... read more »
Fatima Goss Graves Becomes the National Women’s Law Center’s New CEO and President
July 6, 2017
Fatima Goss Graves began her tenure July 1 as CEO and president of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), a preeminent organization that advances equality and opportunity for women and girls. ... read more »
A Helping Hand For The Community
February 15, 2017
“Our company promotes empowerment, education and growth,” she adds. ... read more »
TV academy gets first black CEO in its 70-year history
November 22, 2016
A veteran producer is the newly elected chief executive of the Television Academy and the first African-American to hold the post in the organization's 70 years. ... read more »
JP Morgan Chase CEO Talks Economic Challenges, Small Business Support at YWCA
August 17, 2016
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, visited the YWCA of Greater Los Angeles recently to talk with area small business owners about some of the economic challenges facing the nation and what corporations like JPMorgan Chase are doing to support small businesses. ... read more »
New Metro Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club CEO Plans for Organization’s Growth
August 10, 2016
Calvin Lyons said he is “beyond honored” to now be working as the CEO of Los Angeles’ Boys and Girls Club. Lyons is a Seattle transplant, where he in four years, implemented a budget plan that eliminated the organization’s nearly $10 million in debts and enabled it to recover and grow. He also helped pass King County’s six-year Best Starts for Kids levy, which generates approximately $65 million annually and is considered the nation’s most comprehensive approach to early childhood development. ... read more »
Community Forum Speaks To Metro CEO About Concerns, Issues
June 22, 2016
Transit, gentrification & local hire were the topics at structured South L.A. forum with Metro CEO ... read more »
What Will 2016 Bring for Economic and Political Opportunity and Social Justice
December 29, 2015
The 2016 Presidential election still is more than 10 months off, but already it promises to serve as a referendum on social justice and racial reconciliation, in a year when national attitudes are changing faster than ever - and not always for the better. Pending U.S. Supreme Court decisions and legislation before Congress 2016 will profoundly impact racial consideration in college admissions, voting rights, collective bargaining and criminal justice reform. ... read more »
Metro CEO, Phillip A. Washington Driving MTA into the Future
June 22, 2015
Decorated Army Seargeant chosen to lead nation’s third largest transit authority. The national search to find the next Chief Executive Officer at Metro halted swiftly after the Metro board of directors examined the qualifications of Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) General Manager, ... read more »
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