The Women’s Council of Realtors of Santa Clarita Valley invites local residents to help celebrate the installation of its 2020 Board members at the Sand Canyon Country club on Friday, November 22, at 6 p.m.
The incoming Board Members are Renée Roqué (President), Cindy Mason (President-Elect), Desirre Hernandez (Treasurer), Carole Fitzwater (Secretary), Jennifer Sioussant (Membership Director), Chuck Simons (Program Director), Sylvia Almeida (Marketing Director) and Jessie Davis (Social Media Director).
Confirmed attendees are Senator Scott Wilk 9R-Santa Clarita), Santa Clarita City Councilman Bill Miranda, City Manager Ken Striplin and City of Santa Clarita Homeless Coordinator Gabriela Martinez.
Women’s Council of Realtors Santa Clarita Valley is a non-profit network of successful Realtors, advancing women and men as professionals and leaders in business, the industry and the communities we serve.
Last month, Women’s Council of Realtors raised $2,000 to provide Christmas for underprivileged children and their families. These funds were raised by our members and friends through an annual event called “Cards for a Cause.” We are extremely committed to serving our communities.
At the November 22 installation, a part of the proceeds from a special raffle will be donated to Family Promise, a local homeless organization to provide food and presents for all families in their program at Christmas time.
For more information, call 818-632-6863.
About Women’s Council of Realtors
Our professional members have a national “referral mindset” and we are grateful for all of our strategic partners who join us as we to build productive professional relationships and access a network of professional expertise (including affiliated companies) we can leverage for their clients. Our desire is to continue to grow personally and professionally as top business leaders. We offer memberships to the public who want to grow with us as affiliates or as a Realtor to help our community. As professionals who have complementary expertise, experience and information to share with our clients, we help Realtors be more successful and are a means to help the network better serve Realtors.
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