Help Us Welcome Our 2018 Mentoring Program Participants!
The Women's Leadership Council invites you to a special dinner at the Westside Tavern with our Mentor Program participants for 2018. 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.
Christerbell Ahaiwe is a 4th year pre-med undergraduate at UCLA studying Biology and Public Health, graduating this year. Currently, she is involved in community service such as teaching/mentoring kids to live healthier lives, volunteering at the United Care Family Medical Center, and volunteering at health fairs that serve Asian/Pacific Islander communities.
Wendy Cisneros is graduating from UCLA with a Sociology Major and an Education Studies Minor. She is seeking jobs in the education field to gain experience before she decides to attend graduate school to pursue a counseling credential. She wants to help students of color such as herself to pursue higher education, and eventually work in retaining students of color in higher education.
Laura Hernandez graduated from Marymount California University, Class of 2013. She was introduced to the Fulfillment Fund in 7th grade and has been actively involved ever since. Laura is active in the mentor program, student activities and the Fulfillment Fund’s Alumni Ambassador Program. She is currently working in accounting, for a small company in Santa Monica. Her educational background is in Business and her goal is to pursue a graduate degree in this field.
Xenthia Mena, UCLA, Class of 2017. Xenthia is an aspiring scholar who is looking to network and gain experience while pursuing a career in Speech- Language Pathology. She was part of the Fulfillment Fund program since the 9th grade, and received her BS in Linguistics and Spanish from UCLA. She is currently in the final stages of applying to CSULA’s 2- year post- baccalaureate program to become a candidate for their graduate program.
Elizabeth Waner, UC Irvine, Class of 2017. Elizabeth majored in Education Sciences and Sociology. She is presently working with Ultimate Success Learning as a private tutor for students in South Los Angeles and would like to explore more job opportunities within the field of Education. Ultimately, her goal is to have a career where she can provide academic and personal support for first-generation and/or low-income students from the community.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact Diane Reichenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org. Background information on the program can be found at:
Westside Tavern, 10850 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
$100 Per Person
$20 of the proceeds will support the WLC/Fulfillment Fund Mentoring Program