Community leaders grace us with their presence, perseverance and ability to achieve their dreams while making a positive difference in the lives of others. Here, we celebrate a handful of incredible local women who inspire with their service, accomplishments and commitment to succeed.
As an OB-GYN, expert in Functional Medicine and the founder of RestoraVita Medical Group, Dr. Rosimar Torres-Leon—who is also a mother and wife—knows firsthand how fatigue and other debilitating symptoms can affect women striving to do it all.
With the problem of gun violence affecting so many throughout the nation and close to home, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer served as moderator during the 5th Annual Hadassah Dine & Discuss event addressing the topic: “If Not Now, When? A Conversation About Gun Violence in American Schools.”
The women profiled in this month’s issue are truly remarkable. In the communities we cover with Conejo Valley Lifestyle and Malibu to Palisades Lifestyle, there are really more very special female professional, business, nonprofit leaders and “difference makers” than we could ever profile or acknowledge in a single issue. Our communities have the resources to … Continued
Family Friendly Fun & Games The 63rd Annual Conejo Valley Days kicks off May 9 and runs through May 12, at Conejo Creek Park South, 1300 E Janss Road, in Thousand Oaks. The annual four-day event celebrates the area’s western roots and community spirit, featuring carnival rides, games, live music and kids’ arts and crafts. Entry: $10 … Continued
Community Conscience's largest fundraiser at the Hyatt Regency featured Jerry Miller and Sherrill Hyink chosen as King and Queen. Event proceeds help Community Conscience provide rent-free space to 13 local nonprofits, enabling them to more effectively serve the community.
Los Robles Health System Hosted a Robotics Open House for Ventura County’s Safe Passage Program and Medical Explorer Post 911 Students. Their highly qualified robotic surgeons were on hand to discuss the robotic surgery process and answer questions.
The Hub Bike Shop in Westlake Village celebrated their Grand Opening. Owners Geoff and Deb Schipani have been part of our community for 12 years and they offer a commitment of Community Minded giving back and Rider First focused service. Photography Ben Malkin
Women’s Economic Ventures—also known as WEV—is a nonprofit organization, serving Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, which provides business training, consulting and loans to help entrepreneurs start, grow and thrive in business.