2021 Women of Impact Awards

Lifeline's very own Alberta Saavedra (Direct of Youth Development) will be honored this month by State Assembly Member Tasha Boerner Horvath as a 2021 Woman of Impact on Friday, March 26 at 10:00 AM. Her work in the field of Domestic Violence Prevention & Intervention and incredible advocacy will be recognized in an award entitled “Impact in Advocacy.”

RSVP at this link http://tinyurl.com/ad76-women-of-impact
This award through the California State Assembly was created by Assembly member Tasha Boerner Horvath to recognize women in the 76th District who stand out in their communities as innovators, leaders, and advocates. Nominations came from across the district, with individual submissions of women who have made significant impact to their communities in the areas of business/entrepreneurship, military service, education, civic engagement, advocacy, activism, health and human services, community service, arts and culture, and young leadership.

In Alberta's 20+ year career at Lifeline, she has created and implemented proven domestic violence programming including intervention for both perpetrators and
victims as well as expand and advocate for increased youth programing, juvenile delinquency and gang prevention strategies. She is a firm believer in the power of partnership and thankful for the collaborative effort to address domestic violence and the prevention of gang violence in our communities.