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Life In My Years

"...in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln

2009 Mayor's State of the City Address Riverside, CA

L to R: Irma Henderson (UCR), Jorge Flores (RCCD), and NatalieGomez(RTA) promoting public transportation.

Photo Credit: Michael J. Elderman

Welcome to my Extracurricular Activities!

As a social change agent, my leadership and extracurricular activities have helped tens of thousands of my college peers throughout the state of California and has made a significant impact for countless fellow citizens.

I've invested time for local charities, community groups, fundraisers and non-profits all of which have enhanced my networking ability and helped me become a transformational leader.

My experiences have led me to meet and work with many mayors, council members, elected officials, business leaders and professionals, as well as people of all walks in the Inland Empire.

The experience and leadership I attained and developed through my chosen activities have greatly expanded my horizons and I am learning that this is only the beginning for me.

I look forward to continuing to give back to the community through the life in my years!

The underlined links will provide details on how my activities have had a significant impact and helped enhance the lives of thousands of people.

I invite you to view the fruits of my labor in becoming a leader through the Latino Network Leadership Institute.

While in college, I helped transform the future of ALL 110 California Community Colleges through advocacy that led to the changing of the law in our state to allow for better access to creating and funding bus pilot program; 3 years worth of voluntary work through Transportation NOW.

Another special feature of my volunteering can be found with the participation I had with the United Way of the Inland Valleys  where I helped provide more fuel to fund programs and fundraise thousands of dollars that would impact the communities in the Inland Empire!

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