Cesar Zaldivar-Motts is the Executive Director of the Southeast Community Development Corporation.
He also serves on the Boards of the Southeast Rio Vista YMCA, Southeast Salvation Army, Rio Hondo Boys and Girls Club, and the Huntington Park Police Activity League. He graduated from the University of Missouri, Kansas City with a Masters of Public Administration and has 15 years of non-profit management experience.
Olga Sarabia currently serves as Secretary of the Board at Human Services Association.
Olga holds a masters degree in Social Work from the Loyola University School of Social Work in Chicago. She is retired after a wonderful 34 year career that she considered a ministry. That included community organizing work in a housing project in East Los Angeles, CA and Medical Social Work in Public Health as well as in County Hospitals.
Mrs. Sarabia has been Chair of the Arts & Culture Committee in Alhambra; Chair of the
Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center. Currently she is serving on the
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Ronald literally started from the ground up 44 years ago with Southern California Edison in Field Construction. He lives in Santa Paula, but has worked in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks, Rosemead, Long Beach, and now in the Southeast Los Angeles Area. He is the Regional Public Affairs Manager, serving the cities of Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Gardena, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate, Vernon, Walnut Park, and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.
Ronald is active in civic, social, service, and youth activities. He has been president of the following organizations: Bell Chamber of Commerce; Bell Gardens Chamber... Continue reading
Leticia D. Chacon is the Chief Executive Officer of Human Services Association (HSA). She graduated from UCLA with a Master of Social Welfare in 1974 and received her License in Clinical Social Work in 1979, giving her 37 years of experience working in the field of social work and committed to ending multigenerational cycles of child abuse and family violence.
Leticia had served as Director of Social Services in the Los Angeles County Health Department, Maternity and Infant Project for ten years, serving high-risk pregnant women and their children in the East and Northeast Los Angeles cities while... Continue reading