Finding a mentor is tough. We all know it. So this year, EPIP LA is piloting its first ever mentorship program to make that process a little easier for our members.
Through our Mentorship Program, EPIP LA aims to provide participants with the tools needed to seek out and develop meaningful connections with experienced leaders and their peers.
We’re proud to announce the program’s very first cohort:
Maria Aquino, First5LA
Juliet Flores, The Annenberg Foundation
Amber Gamble Lopez, The California Wellness Foundation
Nicole Gulotta, The Conrad Hilton Foundation
Marcy Kaplan, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
Jessica Monge, First5LA
Janaya Nichols, St. Mary Medical Center Foundation
The EPIP LA Mentorship program will connect these emerging leaders with seasoned leaders in the social sector, as well as like-minded peers to help them on their journey. It was a difficult decision choosing the finalists out of a competitive pool of all-star applicants. However, we are excited about this group and are looking forward to a wonderful year.
Congratulations to EPIP LA’s first mentorship class!