Our Change LA Sponsors Make for an Amazing Event

by Anonymous (not verified) on September 03, 2014

Change LA— Liberty Hill’s party with a social-justice purpose—is quickly approaching!  Honorees Zoe Lloyd Foxley and Alexandra Suh have been announced, and the location—the Next Door Lounge, which is the coolest speakeasy in Los Angeles, is set.  But this exciting afternoon mixer could not be possible without our amazing and generous sponsors.  We wanted to recognize them, for it is because of our sponsors that we are able to raise funds for critical work investing in grassroots community leaders on the frontlines of change.

Our list of Change LA sponsors is as diverse as L.A. is itself! Everyone from longtime dedicated donors, new donors wanting to affect change, an esteemed University, a motivated foundation and a unique business committed to personal growth, have stepped up to make this year’s Change LA the best yet!

Here are the 2014 Change LA sponsors:

At the Friend level:

Abby Sher

 At the Organizer level:

Carol Biondi
Barbara Cohn
James Herr
Zuzana Riemer Landres & Shawn Landres
Leadership That Works
Barry & Paula Litt
Suzy Marks
Jon Wiener

At the Leader level:

Claremont Lincoln University
Molly Munger & Stephen English

Our Media Partners:

US Green Building Council-Los Angeles Chapter
Next Door  Lounge

One of our Leader Level sponsors shares a similar vision to that of Liberty Hill when it comes to implementing change. Claremont Lincoln University is a graduate institution that immerses students in a dynamic learning community that leverages pluralistic perspectives to promote richer thinking toward transformation. Their  mission is to put wisdom to work in the world, and their proprietary Claremont Core methodology enriches the learning experience with mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration and change, enabling students across a variety of sectors to implement change for good. www.ClaremontLincoln.org.

Jennifer Hooten, Vice President for custom learning at Claremont Lincoln University, spoke about  being a supporter of Change LA. "We are pleased to join Liberty Hill in bringing people together to honor community leaders who are at the frontlines of change," she said J.   "As a sponsor of Change L.A., we support the advancement of social justice at all levels. It's a key part of the university's mission, and an integral part of our educational programming, particularly our Master of Arts in Social Impact degree program."

Find out more about Claremont Lincoln University’s great curriculum in this informative video.

Tickets are selling fast, but it’s not too late to attend.  Click here to reserve your spot now! Online registration will close Friday at noon, while only a limited number of tickets will be available at the door.