Robyn Browning, executive director of the Herbalife Family Foundation, received a GirlPower Legacy Award at the GirlPower luncheon May 21, hosted by A Place Called Home (APCH).
Browning oversees the operation, fundraising and charitable efforts of the Herbalife Family Foundation, including management of its worldwide Casa Herbalife program.
She also has served on several nonprofit boards, including the Junior League of Los Angeles, Arthritis Foundation and currently sits on the APCH board.
Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Gene Hale to the California International Trade and Investment Advisory Council.
Hale, CEO of Gardena-based G&C Equipment Corporation, has received appointments from President Barack Obama for the President’s Export Council, former President George W. Bush as an advisor on Historical Black Colleges and former Gov. Gray Davis for the California Infrastructure Committee.
He is also chair of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce.
Gloria Moore, executive director of Community Career Development Inc., received a Charlie Brown Workforce Development Professional of the Year Award from the California Workforce Association May 13.
At Community Career Development, Moore oversees the operations of the Compton, South L.A. and Wilshire-Metro Worksource and America’s Job Centers of California. She previously worked for the city of Los Angeles Housing Authority and city Planning Department.
Compiled by Shawnte Passmore.
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