The Cancer Support Community Pasadena Board of Directors has elected city native Kalmoune “Kal” Balian Antoun, a John Muir High School and Cal State Northridge graduate, as its new president. “CSCP is near and dear to me, as cancer is no stranger to my family. I know firsthand that ‘it takes a village’ to cope with cancer,” Antoun said. “My involvement with CSCP started 10 years ago with the launch of our first Ladies Night Out at the Ice House. It was there and then that I knew where my commitment and passion would reside.”
Antoun has served as chair of CSCP’s volunteer guild for the past four years. She has chaired the organization’s annual Ladies Night Out fundraiser and its Angel Gala several times. Continue reading “Antoun Will Lead Cancer Support Community Board of Directors”
Cancer Support Community Pasadena has elected two new members — local residents Alison Gamble and Clay Marquardt — to serve on its board of directors.
“Alison and Clay are outstanding business leaders in our community, and they are passionate about improving the lives of people facing cancer,” said CSCP Board President Michael Healy. We are confident that they will add great value to our board.” Continue reading “Cancer Support Community Elects New Board Members”
A volunteer board of civic leaders guides and governs the Pasadena City College Foundation as it pursues its mission to make higher education accessible to all. The board of directors welcomed four new members this fall, a time of high ambition for the foundation as it launches its first-ever major gifts campaign. During their three-year terms, the new board members will help marshal support for the Impact Campaign, which aims to raise $10-$12 million to secure the future of PCC and the surrounding region.
Joining the board: Continue reading “Pasadena City College Foundation Welcomes Four New Board Members”
Leadership Pasadena has elected Kim Miller-Anderson to the board of directors as vice president of Veterans Services.
“We are honored to have Kim’s service-driven leadership and laser focus as we launch our Community Leadership Course for Veterans. Her professional expertise in technology and process analysis will be a tremendous asset to us across the organization as well,” according to Leadership Pasadena board member Cindy Bengtson.
“I am excited about the opportunity to work with such an accomplished team of leaders and volunteers. I look forward to using my professional and military background to bring leadership opportunities to veterans,” she stated. Continue reading “Leadership Pasadena Welcomes New VP of Veterans Services”
Huntington Hospital has announced the election of Louise Bryson and Robert Yu to its board of directors. Both have previously served on the hospital’s board.
“The healthcare industry is constantly changing, particularly for nonprofit hospitals,” said Dr. Lori Morgan, president and CEO of Huntington Hospital. “Louise and Robert have brought valuable guidance and expertise to the Huntington Hospital board in the past, and we are extremely grateful they are returning, as we work together to continue to provide high quality, compassionate care to our community.”
Bryson previously served on the Huntington Hospital board of directors from 2011-16. She is chair emerita of the board of trustees of the J. Paul Getty Trust and a founding board member of Southern California Public Radio. She is currently serving on the boards of American Funds, California Community Foundation, Public Policy Institute of California, and California Institute of the Arts. Bryson is a trustee emerita of Pomona College and was inducted into the Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2010 and serves on its board. She was president of distribution for Lifetime Television and executive vice president and general manager of Lifetime Movie Networks until she retired in 2008. Continue reading “Huntington Hospital Announces Returning Board Members”
Leadership Pasadena, a leadership growth and community involvement organization, recently elected Felicia Friesema to the board of directors as vice president of marketing and communications.
Friesema is the 12th board member to join the organization, which is chaired by Alma Apodaca.
“We are very excited to have Felicia join the LP board of directors. Her passion for community service and marketing expertise will serve us well as we continue to deliver our cornerstone program to develop community leaders, and as we prepare to launch our inaugural Veteran Program in May,” said board chair Apodaca. Continue reading “Leadership Pasadena Elects New Board Member”