In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, the Cadena Cultural Center at Fullerton College will host the 6th Annual Women’s Forum on Monday, March 7 at 10:15 a.m. in Building 200, Room 224.
This year’s forum recognizes women in business and leadership roles and will feature a keynote by Chino Hills City Council Member Cynthia Moran, as well as an opportunity for students to network with their peers and female leaders at Fullerton College.
“The goal of the annual Women’s Forum is to highlight the contributions and achievements of all women, engage students on the topic of matter, and promote a network of support for students,” said Cadena Cultural Center Coordinator Vincent White.
“Cynthia Moran was invited to be our guest speaker this year because she possesses a unique mix of entrepreneurial spirit, and a passion for volunteerism that inspires others to get involved and bring about change,” White said.
Moran will share her experience pursuing a degree in communications, starting her own event-planning business, working as an independent marketing consultant, and actively engaging in civic and educational leadership roles within her community of Chino Hills.
Moran was elected to the Chino Hills City Council in November 2012 and served her first term as mayor in 2015. She serves on a number of committees including, the Chino Hills/Chino Valley Unified School District Joint Committee, Citizen’s Advisory Committee, and the League of California Cities Legislative Task Force, among others. As a volunteer, Moran has served as president of the Chino Valley PTA Council and is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Chino Hills Community Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Cal State Fullerton and completed the Executive Education in Public Policy program at the USC Price School of Public Policy in 2014.
The Women’s Forum will also feature small group discussions led by women who occupy leadership positions at Fullerton College and have extensive volunteer experience. All students are invited to attend.
To learn more visit the Cadena Cultural Center website at http://cadena.fullcoll.edu or call 714-992-7086.