Through its 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. Last year, EPIP LA successfully piloted its mentorship program. We’re excited to announce the program’s second year cohort.
- Emily Bradley, United Way of Greater Los Angeles
- Jenna Diaz-Gonzalez, Southern California Grantmakers
- Carrie Harlow, The Ahmanson Foundation
- Michelle Lin, Liberty Hill Foundation
- Millie Yamaki, JPMorgan Chase
The EPIP LA Mentorship program connects emerging leaders in the social sector with a seasoned leader to serve as a mentor and like-minded peers to support 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 another wonderful year. Congratulations to EPIP LA’s 2015 mentorship class! For more information about the EPIP LA Mentorship Program, please click here to check it out.
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