Who fights for social justice in L.A.? At Liberty Hill, we know their names because we've been standing with them on the frontlines of change for nearly 40 years!

At Liberty Hill we are allies in a community as broad and diverse as Los Angeles itself. Each year, we call upon a few outstanding leaders to share their timely stories of struggle and commitment to change, not charity.

Meet Liberty Hill's Leaders to Watch: Showing the way to a New L.A.!  

Liberty Hill’s Leaders are community organizers, donor-activists, student leaders and mentors for the nation’s next generation of changemakers.

Meet Liberty Hill’s Leaders to Watch >>
Ariel Bustamante, Southern California Program Coordinator for Gay Straight Alliance Network; Rabbi Heather Miller & Melissa de la Rama, Liberty Hill donor-activists; Kendra Moore, President, Holiday Venice Tenant Action Committee; member of People Organized for Westside Renewal; Kruti Parekh, Program Coordinator Youth Justice Coalition and Free L.A. High School; Wally Marks Leadership Institute participant

Meet Liberty Hill’s 2012 Leaders to Watch >>
Damon Azali-Rojas, consultant, Jemmott Rollins Group; Eileen Ma, Executive Director, API Equality-LA and Liberty Hill Community Funding board advisor; John Bard Manulis, Hollywood producer and Liberty Hill donor-activist; Janette Robinson-Flint, Executive Director, Black Women for Wellness; Esthefanie Solano, youth organizer, InnerCity Struggle

Meet Liberty Hill’s 2011 Leaders to Watch>>
Gloria Walton, Executive Director, Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education (SCOPE); Xiomara Corpeño, Director of Organizing, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights in Los Angeles (CHIRLA); Tammy Bang Luu, Labor/Community Strategy Center (LCSC)/Bus Riders Union; Isella Ramírez, Co-Executive Directory, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice (EYCEJ); Eddie Martinez and Ari Gutiérrez, co-founders, Latino Equality Alliance (LEA)

Meet Liberty Hill’s 2010 Leaders to Watch >>
Sentayehu Silasse, co-founder, Los Angeles Taxi Workers Alliance (LATWA); Hamid Khan, co-founder, LATWA and director, South Asian Network; Rev. Eric Lee, President/CEO, Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Greater Los Angeles; Chris Gabriele, Executive Director and Lead Organizer, People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER); Amy Schur, Executive Director, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE); Maria Brenes, Executive Director, InnerCity Struggle 

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Janette Robinson-Flint
Black Women for Wellness
A 2012 Leader to Watch

Xiomara Corpeño
A 2011 Leader to Watch

Hamid Khan
LA Taxi Workers Alliance & South Asian Network
A 2010 Leader to Watch