Cheers West Edition

CHEERS!

David Crippens, an associate of the African-American Board Leadership Institute, has been elected chair of the Los Angeles Trade Tech College Foundation. Crippens is a consultant specializing in nonprofit management, fundraising and interim management with DLC & Associates. The college foundation raises funds from the private and nonprofit sectors for the promotion of the college. Read More…

Cheers West Edition

CHEERS!

Alonzo “Lonzo” Williams has announced the publication of his memoirs, “N.ot W.ithout A.lonzo,” a reference to his influence on the South Los Angeles rap music scene. Williams, whose character was portrayed by actor Corey Reynolds, in the hit film “Straight Outta Compton,” founded Kru Cut Records and the World Class Wreckin’ Crew, one of the first Read More…

Cheers West Edition

CHEERS!

The Los Angeles Chapter of the Southern University Alumni has elected Keith Mott as president. Mott is a member of the Southern University class of 1996, when he earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Other new officers are Douglas Robinson, vice president; Keisha Martin, recording secretary; Jevaillier Jefferson, corresponding secretary and public relations coordinator; Keita Read More…