Help Us Welcome Our 2017 Mentoring Program Participants!
The Women's Leadership Council invites you to a special dinner at the Westside Tavern with our Mentor Program participants for 2017. At our last luncheon, members had an opportunity to briefly meet these five amazing young women and we promised there would be an opportunity to get together with them in a smaller group setting. This dinner is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about them and how you can help them navigate their professional careers.
Bianca Gutierrez currently interns at the Fulfillment Fund for the Development team. She studied linguistics at UCSB in hopes of joining law enforcement and is now considering pursuing a M.S. in Computational Linguistics, which focuses on computer languages.
Laura Guzman recently received her bachelors in Business Management and a minor in psychology from Marymount California University. She now works at Jewish Vocational Services assisting with their professional mentoring program. Her goal is to one day manage and run her own non-profit to help empower and advance children in developing countries. She is also certified Taekwondo third degree black belt!
Daisy Llamas is studying Public Relations at Cal State LA and is working full time at Nordstrom. She is enjoying her work at Nordstrom and is interested in opportunities for career advancement there. She is also looking for an internship where she can apply what she has learned at school.
Paola Perez earned her Bachelor’s degree in Digital Media Arts from CSU Dominguez Hills. She has a passion for storytelling and is interested in a career in the entertainment industry.
Carina Sanchez is a senior at California State University, Northridge. She is a political science major who loves politics, especially international politics. She is considering law school as the next step in her career path.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact Clara Martin at email@example.com.
10850 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA90064
$100 per person
$25 of the proceeds will support the WLC/Fulfillment Fund Mentoring Program