I am blessed with this recognition as my mission is to empower our children and students in making our local communities more prosperous and productive. At the end of the day, it’s about getting the work done and creating opportunities for our communities
Whittier,CA (PRWEB) July 09, 2011
Kenia Davalos has been named Los Angeles club leader of the future as an educator due to all her public service in helping the youth, and her civic leadership. In a recent Interview, Kenia Davalos commented, “I am blessed with this recognition as my mission is to empower our children and students in making our local communities more prosperous and productive. At the end of the day, it’s about getting the work done and creating opportunities for our communities.”
Club Leaders of the Future is an invitation-only event aimed to bring together an elite group of young, up-and-coming Latinos from different disciplines, who may otherwise not meet, for the purpose of discussing trends and issues pertinent to the young, Latino community. Latino Leaders Magazine will be profiling these young leaders demonstrating to our national readership the talent pool that exists in Los Angeles. We aim to provide a social forum for leadership practices, and inspire collaboration for professional growth and community benefit.
The Magazine, Latino Leaders Magazine is a successful U.S based, 10-year venture of brothers Jorge and Raul Ferraez. Latino Leaders is the ONLY National magazine in the U.S fully dedicated to showcasing and promoting leadership in the Latino community in the U.S.
About Kenia Davalos,
In January 2011, Kenia Davalos, was elected as Chairwoman of the Los Angeles County Small Business Commission, representing over 400,000 small businesses in the county, the 19th largest economy in the world. In February 2011, she was bestowed the privilege in the completion of a UCLA faculty academy program. Also, as an instructor at UCLA Ext., Mrs. Davalos is currently leading ‘Financial Health To Wealth-Women’ program, which is designed to assist students in financial literacy and education. For the past four years, Mrs. Davalos has been treasurer YWCA and has a strong commitment in empowering the youth and was recently awarded 2011 certificate of recognitions by Congresswoman Sanchez , Assemblymember Mendoza and Supervisor Knabe. Further on March 3, 2011, Mrs. Davalos was honored for her participation as a founding fellow in the Executive Leadership Academy from University of California,Berkeley - Center for studies in higher education and in 2006 was a fellow Harvard Business School Corporate Governance Program.