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1ST ANNUAL OLDER ADULT SUMMIT

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County of Los Angeles

Older Adult Summit

April 12, 2017

Enhancing the Lives of Older Adults through Advocacy & Service Delivery

Workforce Development, Aging and Community (WDACS) and the Los Angeles City Department of Aging (LACDA) would like to welcome you to the 1st Annual Older Adult Summit!  We are excited that you have joined our efforts to transform the lives of our older adult population.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the various services available to you or your loved ones.

This unique summit is a collaborative effort of stakeholders from the aging and long-term care communities and is co-sponsored by Purposeful Aging Los Angeles initiative of the County of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, AARP California, the Milken Institute, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and UCLA Los Angeles Community Academic Partnership for Research of Aging (L.A. CAPRA).

The goal of the Older Adult Summit is to provide a venue to expose our older adults and caregivers to current information, research findings, and practical tools to enhance the capabilities to plan and prepare for, respond to, life changing situations whiles also being provided with resources and services that enhance quality of life.  The summit agenda has been carefully crafted to raise and address a variety of issues that present challenges for the field of Aging.  The Summit workshops have been selected to increase the knowledge base of attendees, promote the learning and development of new skills, and move the field of Aging forward, striking a balance between advocacy and service delivery.

We hope you will take full advantage of the opportunities to learn, network, and leave this summit with the wealth of knowledge about the services available to you and/or your loved ones!

Sincerely,

Cynthia D. Banks

Director, County of Los Angeles
Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services

Laura Trejo

General Manager, City of Los Angeles
Department of Aging

WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hilda L. Solis, First District
Board of Supervisors

Cynthia D. Banks, WDACS Director
Laura Trejo, Department of Aging City of Los Angeles

Eric Garcetti, Mayor
City of Los Angeles

AGING GRACEFULLY IN LOS ANGELES

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The Los Angeles County Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and the City of Los Angeles work to enhance the well-being of all residents and generations.

Through the Area Agency on Aging and the Adult Protective Services Divisions, life-enhancing services to older adults are provided.  In addition, investigations on abuse claims against our older adult and disabled population are conducted.  This workshop will provide an overview of the many programs and services available to YOU.  These programs and services aim to promote health, dignity, and well-being of Los Angeles residents, enhancing quality of life and aging in place.  All services are available regardless of income.

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BECOMING AN ADVOCATE

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In potentially challenging times, the importance of advocacy – particularly self-advocacy cannot be over-emphasized.  Ever wonder how you can start to be an advocate, or feel ignored and have your needs go unmet but not know what do do about it?

This workshop session is intended to introduce advocacy for beginners and will include personal stories of how people became advocates.  It also will highlight different ways you can take action and become an advocate, both in your everyday life and as part of a more organized system and help your realize that advocacy is something everyone can do.

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FAMILY CAREGIVER'S SPEAK UP!

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Family Caregivers Speak Up (and Out) – the session will focus on the important role that family members play when someone they care about is experiencing cognitive decline or has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, as well as the critical importance of self-care for family caregivers.  In addition, this session addresses how family caregivers can advocate on behalf of their family members, themselves, and the cause.  Come find your voice!!

KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS: PROTECT YOURSELF FROM ELDER ABUSE & FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION

Elder abuse is widespread and growing.  Often it is perpetrated by family members or caregivers.  Through this presentation you will learn to identify common forms of elder abuse, including physical, emotional, and financial abuse.  You will also learn the legal tools available to stop elder abuse, where to get help, and how to protect yourself and loved ones from becoming victims.

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THE GOLDEN GAY YEARS

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In this workshop, you will learn about the joys and challenges of aging in the LGBTQ community.  We will cover topics such as:  the stigma of aging within the community, how to stay mentally and physically healthy, and how the laws and regulations regarding LGBT equal rights have changed for the better.  You will also receive a listing of the services and activities the Los Angeles LGBT Center provides, and how those can be beneficial to living a productive, active, and social life.

ON THE MOVE RIDERS CLUB

Going Metro is the smart choice for shopping, running errands and seeing the sights.  It’s convenient, safe and a real money saver for older adults.

Learn the basics of how to access fixed route public transportation; from planning, paying your fare, and boarding.

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

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7:30 A.M. to 8:30 A.M.

  • REGISTRATION
  • CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

7:30 A.M. to 3:00 A.M.

  • EXHIBITORS

9:00 A.M. to 9:30 A.M.

  • OPENING REMARKS  WELCOME

Cynthia D. Banks, Director
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Laura Trejo, General Manager
CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF AGING

  • OPENING KEY NOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Jonathan Fielding, Retired Director
LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

9:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M.

  • GENERAL SESSION – OLDER ADULT SCAMS | BALLROOM

Jackie Lacey, District Attorney
LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Belle Chen, Deputy District Attorney
LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Dawnnesha Smith, Chief of the Center for Financial Empowerment
LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS

10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.

  • BREAK  NETWORKING

11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

  • WORKSHOPS
  • Aging Gracefully in Los Angeles | Ballroom
  • Family Caregivers Speak Up! | Room 2
  • Know Your Legal Rights:  Protect Yourself from Elder Abuse and Financial Exploitation | Room 4
  • On The Move Riders Club | Room 6

12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M.

  • LUNCH  NETWORKING

1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M.

  • WORKSHOPS
  • Aging Gracefully in Los Angeles | Ballroom
  • Becoming an Advocate | Room 2
  • The Golden Gay Years | Room 4
  • On The Move Riders Club | Room 6

2:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.

  • GENERAL SESSION CLOSING | BALLROOM

A Call to Action!

Janice Hahn, Supervisor
4TH SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT

Kathryn Barger, Supervisor
5TH SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT

OPENING REMARKS

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CYNTHIA D. BANKS, DIRECTOR

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Cynthia D. Banks was appointed Director of Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) in 2006.  She oversees a multitude of safety‐net programs for L.A. County’s residents, including: Adult Protective Services, the local Area Agency on Aging, Human Relations programs and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act programs.  Her department provides support for the Commission for Older Adults, Workforce Development Board, Native American Indian Commission and the Human Relations Commission.  In May 2016, she joined partners that included the City of L.A., USC, UCLA, AARP and the Milken Institute to launch Purposeful Aging Los Angeles, a landmark, age-friendly initiative that that seeks to improve the lives of older adults and Angelinos of all ages.

Currently, Ms. Banks is active in California’s Association of Area Agencies on Aging (C4A) and has served as its president. She is a Board member of both the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (N4A) and the American Society on Aging (ASA).  She also serves on the Community Action Board of the Los Angeles Community Academic Partnership for Research in Aging (L.A. CAPRA) housed at the UCLA School of Medicine’s Division of Geriatrics, and the Community Advisory Board of the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging. Ms. Banks is a founding member of the steering committee for the Los Angeles Alliance for Community Health and Aging (LAACHA), which endeavors to provide evidence-based programming to older adults in Los Angeles County.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Science from California State University, Dominguez Hills.

LAURA TREJO, GENERAL MANAGER

CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF AGING

Among her other activities, Ms. Trejo also serves as Founding Co-Director/Investigator of the Los Angeles Community Academic Partnership for Research in Aging (LA CAPRA), a partnership between UCLA and the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging; Interim Director of the Los Angeles Foundation on Aging; and Executive Producer of Aging Well in L.A. an Emmy nominated magazine style public television program.   Laura Trejo was the first Latina appointed to level of General Manager for the City of Los Angeles.  She is responsible for the overall administration of the Los Angeles Department of Aging serving one of the largest concentrations of older persons in the U.S.; serves as technical and policy advisor to the Mayor and City Council; and represents the City of Los Angeles before the public, community and private groups on matters affecting senior citizen affairs.

In more than 30 years of service to older adults and their family caregivers, Ms. Trejo has consulted and trained extensively throughout the United States, has worked with individual countries and international organizations on the development of programs for the elderly.  She serves on local, state and national boards and committees. Ms. Trejo’s work and commitment to excellence have earned recognition, including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leadership Award, considered the nation’s highest honor in community health; the American Society on Aging’s awards for Excellence in Training and Education and for Leadership in Mental Health; the California Council of Gerontology and Geriatrics’ Life Time Achievement Award and the Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition’s Champion Award.  Ms. Trejo was named by Los Angeles Magazine among the “50 Most Influential Women” and the United States Library of Congress has recognized Ms. Trejo’s accomplishments as a force for social change. Ms. Trejo is a gerontologist with a Master of Science in Gerontology, Master of Public Administration and Graduate Certificate in Long Term Care Administration all from the University of Southern California. Her work has been presented at more than 300 national and international professional/scientific meetings, published in professional journals, book chapters, and major reports.

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OPENING KEYNOTE SPEAKER

JONATHAN E. FIELDING, RETIRED DIRECTOR

LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Jonathan E. Fielding, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A. has served over 40 years in public health leadership positions.   He served for 16 years as Public Health Director and Health Officer of Los Angeles County.  Formerly he was Commissioner of Public Health for Massachusetts. Since 1979 Dr. Fielding has been a UCLA professor in the Schools of Public Health and Medicine. He is a Presidential appointee to the national Prevention Advisory Committee, chaired the HHS Secretary’s expert advisory group on the 2020 Healthy People Project, and co-chairs the advisory committee for the 2030 Project, chairs the U.S. Community Preventive Services Task Force and is Editor of the Annual Review of Public Health.  Current research interests are modeling the health effects and economic effects of policies and programs in other sectors, such as transportation, education and housing.

He received his M.D., Masters in Public Health and Masters in History of Science from Harvard University and an MBA from Wharton School of Business.  He has published over 300 original articles, commentaries, editorials and book chapters and has been honored with many national and other awards for public health achievements, including honorary doctorates and the UCLA medal, the highest award given by that University, and the Fries Prize.

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GENERAL SESSION

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JACKIE LACEY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY

LOS ANGELES COUNTY

District Attorney Jackie Lacey has spent most of her professional life as a prosecutor, manager and executive in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. On December 3, 2012, she was sworn in as the county’s 42nd District Attorney, becoming the first woman and first African-American to serve as Los Angeles County District Attorney since the office was established in 1850. District Attorney Lacey was re-elected in 2016, becoming the first person in 60 years to run unopposed for the seat. Her top priority is keeping the streets of Los Angeles County safe from violent and dangerous criminals.  She is committed to safeguarding our children from human sex trafficking, our seniors from financial elder abuse and our communities from environmental crimes that threaten our health and our livelihood.

District Attorney Lacey leads a broad-based coalition to improve how the criminal justice system interacts with individuals experiencing mental illness. A Los Angeles native and graduate of the University of Southern California Law School, she leads a staff of approximately 1,000 lawyers, 300 investigators and 800 support staff employees.

BELLE CHEN, DEPUTY IN CHARGE

LOS ANGELES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Belle Chen has been the Deputy in Charge of the Elder Abuse Section in the White Collar Crime Division of the LA County District Attorney’s office since January 2013.  She has been with the office for 19-1/2 years.  Ms. Chen received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her Juris Doctorate from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley.

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DAWNNESHA SMITH, CHIEF OF THE CENTER FOR FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT

LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER & BUSINESS AFFAIRS

Dawnnesha Smith serves as the Chief of the Center for Financial Empowerment and Public Affairs at the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA). Ms. Smith oversees all of the department’s outreach efforts, website content and collateral materials to further the department’s mission of promoting consumer education and fraud prevention awareness. She also serves and has oversight for the department’s Center for Financial Empowerment where she leads initiatives to improve the financial capability of low-moderate income County residents. She is an alumni of the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in Sociology and recently received her Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California.

WORKSHOP PRESENTERS

JUAN CARLOS MORAN, FELLOW BET TZEDEK

KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS: PROTECT YOURSELF FROM ELDER ABUSE & FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION

Juan Carlos Moran is an Elder Justice AmeriCorps Fellow and member of Bet Tzedek’s Real Estate and Consumer Fraud Team, focusing on financial elder abuse. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School and Business Law Certificate from USC Gould School of Law. He is a member of the California bar. During law school, Mr. Moran volunteered with Bet Tzedek’s Senior Center Outreach Team and Small Claims Clinic. Prior to joining Bet Tzedek, Mr. Moran served as a staff attorney at A New Way of Life Re-entry Project, representing clients seeking expungements and Proposition 47 reclassifications of felony convictions.

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STEPHANIE KOGUCHI, FELLOW BET TZEDEK

KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS: PROTECT YOURSELF FROM ELDER ABUSE & FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION

Stephanie Koguchi is an Elder Justice AmeriCorps Fellow. She is a 2016 graduate of Southwestern Law School and currently works with Bet Tzedek Legal Service’s Caregiver Team. She assists older adults with elder abuse restraining orders, conservatorships, and powers of attorney. During law school, Ms. Koguchi volunteered with Bet Tzedek’s Caregiver Team and Small Claims Clinic. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a special education teacher and paralegal.

CYNTHIA EAR, HUMAN SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR - WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

AGING GRACEFULLY IN LOS ANGELES

Cynthia Ear is a Human Services Administrator at the Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services Area Agency on Aging. She currently works with various community-based agencies to provide crucial, life-enhancing programs and services for older adults throughout Los Angeles County. Ms. Ear’s professional and personal experiences illustrate a strong proclivity towards civic engagement and public service. Thus, she began applying her interests in public administration and policy to an older adult population, with the hopes of fostering an age-friendly focus across all sectors.

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DAVID KOCHEN, HUMAN SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR - WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

AGING GRACEFULLY IN LOS ANGELES

David Kochen has been employed with Los Angeles County for nearly 27 years.  For the past 15 years, Mr. Kochen has worked as an Administrator with the Los Angeles County Adult Protective Services (APS) Program and Planning Division of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services. In this capacity, Mr. Kochen has developed policies and procedures utilized by the department’s Social Workers in their interventions with seniors and dependent adults who are victimized by abuse and neglect.  Mr. Kochen has made numerous presentations to delegations from other states and countries, conducted community outreach events, and has been interviewed for radio and television programs. These appearances have served the purpose of educating the public about elder and dependent adult abuse, as well as the services provided by APS.  Mr. Kochen has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Princeton University, as well as a Master’s of Science degree in Public Administration from California State University, Los Angeles

SUSAN GALEAS, PRESIDENT AND CEO - ALZHEIMER;S ASSOCIATION CALIFORNIA SOUTHLAND CHAPTER

FAMILY CAREGIVER'S SPEAK UP!

Since May, 2011, Susan has worked with the organization’s Board of Directors and 55 dedicated staff to increase awareness of Alzheimer’s as an epidemic; expand service delivery across Greater Los Angeles and the Inland Empire; increase funding opportunities throughout the region – helping increase support for programs, services, advocacy, and disease research. Her professional experience includes 20+ years of nonprofit leadership along with work in the fields of marketing, public relations, and both psychiatric and medical social work.  She holds a BA from Loyola University (New Orleans, LA), a Master of Social Work (MSW) from Tulane University School of Social Work, and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine (New Orleans, LA).

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BRANDI ORTON, DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS & ADVOCACY - ST. BARNABAS

BECOMING AN ADVOCATE

Brandi Orton holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology and serves as the Director of Government Relations & Advocacy for St. Barnabas Senior Services of Los Angeles. Ms. Orton provides government relations for the non-profit and manages their advocacy arm, the Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition (LAAAC). She assists in establishing and maintaining a positive productive relationship with elected officials, public officials, advocacy groups and senior services organizations. She coordinates educational visits with legislative representatives, advocacy strategies, holds press conferences and media events, organizes senior advocacy campaigns, and manages a team of senior advocacy volunteers known as the AGEnts4Change. In addition, Ms. Orton sits on the Business Development and Leadership teams at St. Barnabas and brings understanding of systems, infrastructure, strategic alliances and long-term objectives to the organization. Ms. Orton brings to this position nearly 10 years of experience in the field of Aging, particularly in the nonprofit sector. She previously served as Director of Real Connections, a program of Community Senior Services in Claremont, CA. In this position, she has successfully developed and launched the REAL Connections program which is modeled after the Beacon Hill Village concept. In addition, she has significant experience working with older adults in other organizations, including St. Jude Medical Center, in Fullerton CA, as a Care Navigator and at the Alzheimer’s Association as Development Assistant and Program & Services Assistant. She is the creator, writer and director of ‘Making the Moments Count’, a 30 minute educational film on Alzheimer’s disease, which the Alzheimer’s Association, Orange County, has implemented in their core educational programming. Brandi is a leader in the field of aging and shares her knowledge through public speaking engagements, sitting on panels and committees, and mentoring incoming Gerontologists.

DENNY CHEN, STAFF ATTORNEY - JUSTICE IN AGING

BECOMING AN ADVOCATE

Denny Chen joined Justice in Aging’s Health Care team in February 2014 and is based in Los Angeles, California, where he works on issues facing dual eligible in Los Angeles and throughout California. Two major areas of focus include balance billing and health care delivery reform. He previously served as a rotating law clerk for the US District Court in Los Angeles and participated in the Fulbright English Teaching Program as a fellow in Macau, China.  Mr. Chen is a member of the California bar and is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine School of Law. He received his BA from the University of Michigan.

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TANYA WITT, RESIDENTIAL SERVICES MANAGER - LOS ANGELES LGBT CENTER

THE GOLDEN GAY YEARS

Tanya Witt is an educational speaker and cultural competency trainer specializing in LGBT issues in older adults. She is employed at the largest low income LGBT elderly housing facility in the world – Triangle Square in the heart of Hollywood. Partnering with organizations such as CVS and The 5 Wishes; Ms. Witt creates customized programming, supportive services, and end of life planning for the residents there. Most recently she was asked to present a workshop on LGBT senior programming at the American Society on Aging Conference in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Change Agent on the National LGBTQ Task Force, a Commissioner with the Los Angeles County Commission for Older Adults, and a Los Angeles Advocacy Member; advocating for and working with homeless older adults. Tanya is studying Gerontology at the University of Southern California. She directs the One Voice Senior Chorale, works as a volunteer Emergency Response Team member in Long Beach, California, and supports several nonprofit and community-based organizations by volunteering or sitting on their Board of Directors.

LILLY ORTIZ, LA METRO COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER

ON THE MOVE RIDERS CLUB

Lilly Ortiz is a Community Relations Officer at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.  She has managed Metro’s senior travel training program, On the Move Riders Club since July 2012.  Previously, Lilly worked as an Orientation & Mobility Specialist at Blindness Support Services Inc. in Riverside, CA.  She graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education from California State University, Los Angeles.

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WE OFFER OUR GRATITUDE TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS WHO SO GENEROUSLY CONTRIBUTED THEIR TIME AND TALENT TO MAKING THIS EVENT A SUCCESS!

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS (BOS)

  • Hilda L. Solis, First District
  • Mark Ridley-Thomas, Chairman, Second District
  • Sheila Kuehl, Third District
  • Janice Hahn, Fourth District
  • Kathryn Barger, Fifth District

COUNTY DEPARTMENTS

  • Chief Executive Office
  • Los Angeles County Fire Department

PURPOSEFUL AGING LA STEERING COMMITTEE

  • Adriana Mendoza
  • Carlos Pineda
  • Catherine Sarkisian
  • Harvey Kawasaki
  • James Don
  • Kate Wilber
  • Kevin Anderson
  • Liana Soll
  • Paul Irving
  • Rafi Nazarians
  • Vincent Holmes

SOCIAL MEDIA / VIDEO / WEB DESIGN / PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Benjie Uy
  • Delise Wyrick
  • Jeffrey Wang
  • Joel Diaz
  • Vanessa Aceves

SPECIAL THANKS

  • Alpha Printing
  • Caitlin Offill | Sale Manager, Levy at the Center at Cathedral Plaza
  • Community Services Resource Cooperation (CSRC)
  • Los Angeles County Commission for Older Adults
  • Los Angeles Foundation on Aging

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES (WDACS)

  • Cynthia D. Banks, Director
  • Otto Solorzano, Chief Deputy
  • Lorenza C. Sanchez, Assistant Director, Aging & Adult Services
  • Anna Avdalyan, Program Manager, Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
  • Corneitha Kirck, Human Service Administrator II
  • Guillermo Medina, Human Service Administrator I – Executive Director
  • Monique Norman, Staff Assistant I
  • Nilda Anthony, Senior Typist Clerk

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, AGING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES (WDACS) VOLUNTEERS

  • Agueda Covarrubias
  • Amy Koo
  • Andranik Grigoryan
  • Anna Musaderyan
  • Barbara Thomas
  • Elvira Castillo
  • Ester Barajas
  • Johnson Wang
  • Josephine Arriaga
  • Michael Gavigan
  • riKu Matsuda
  • Sedi Cervenka
  • Sonik Ajonian
  • Yuisa Gimeno