Cambridge Who's Who Honors Lisa Saneda Program Director of A Reason to Survive - Arts

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Lisa Saneda, program director of A Reason to Survive - Arts has been honored by Cambridge Who's Who for her work with the ARTS a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing hope, healing and self-confidence to the lives of children and youth facing adversities by providing expressive opportunities through the visual, performing and literary arts.

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ARTS is a San Diego-based non-profit organization dedicated to bringing hope, healing, and self confidence to the lives of children and youth. ARTS offers a variety of healing experiences in the visual, performing, and literary arts to children and their families facing adversity.

Lisa Saneda, program director of A Reason to Survive - Arts has been honored by Cambridge Who's Who. While inclusion in Cambridge Who's Who is an honor, the Cambridge Who's Who selection committee hand picks these special Who's Who honorees based on accomplishments, academic achievement, leadership, and service.

Lisa Saneda holds a BE in music and an MA in arts administration. Previously, she was the Vice President, Community Relations & Administration for the Arts Center Foundation, the management team of East County Performing Arts Center (ECPAC) for almost 7 years. She was a music teacher for 9 years and the Humane Educator at SDHS & SPCA for 2 years. Lisa has extensive background in arts educational programming, fundraising, media relations and supervision.

Please browse through ARTS web site to learn more about our programs and events. ARTS is entirely dependent on donations to keep going. Visit the Volunteer & Donation pages to find out how you make a difference in the life of a child today.

About A Reason to Survive - Arts

"ARTS is a San Diego-based non-profit organization dedicated to bringing hope, healing, and self confidence to the lives of children and youth. ARTS offers a variety of healing experiences in the visual, performing, and literary arts to children and their families facing adversity." Using the arts as a vehicle, trained and dedicated volunteers will provide a supportive atmosphere fostering healing and hope. Through imaginative expression, ARTS will strive to improve the well being and quality of life for these children and families - giving them A Reason To Survive.

Purpose:
Providing ARTS - A Reason To Survive - to young lives facing adversity

Vision:
To become the national leader and model of healing arts organizations, offering an array of outreach programs, services, and ARTS Centers to a diverse population of children during times of adversity.

About Cambridge Who's Who
The mission of Cambridge Who's Who is to ensure that Cambridge members receive recognition, support and credibility to advance their careers. Cambridge Who's Who is also committed to delivering the highest quality networking resource for job recruitment, career enhancement and new business development. At our news blog see who's making news and how Cambridge Who's Who is making a difference.

Cambridge Who's Who members have exclusive access to the biographical information of more than 75,000 successful executives, professionals and entrepreneurs at http://www.Cambridgewhoswho.com, where they use the database to share information, knowledge and services. Communication via the Cambridge Who's Who registry travels in two directions, enabling Cambridge Who's Who members to reach out when they have a business need or opportunity as well as receive information on exciting new ventures.

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