AAUW June Meeting
10 a.m., June 15, 2013
Westmont Town Court
500 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido
AAUW Funds Recipient
in Guatemala and Elsewhere
After Kayla Hilario received her B.A. in Child Development from California State University Sacramento ten years ago, she went to work for the Inter-Tribal Council of California, Inc. Last year she successfully applied both to the University of San Diego for their Master’s in Nonprofit Leadership and Management and to AAUW for educational support in the form of a Career Development Grant.
Her degree program has included courses on leadership, organizational theory and change, and non-profit finance. In January, she visited Guatemala to learn more about peace leadership; she will draw from that experience for her presentation.
Ms. Hilario now works for the Inter-Tribal Council of California on a part-time basis while she pursues her degree. Her previous work for ITCC includes coordinating the Child Care & Development Fund, a childcare subsidy program for low-income Native American families, and serving as secretary of the board for the Tribal Child Care Association of California, an agency created through the efforts of the California State Department of Education Child Development Division and the ITCC.
Ms. Hilario, who grew up in the Sacramento area, is a member of the Ione Band of Miwok Indians. She moved to San Diego last fall to attend the University of San Diego. She has 11 nieces and nephews ranging in age from three to 21.
Please Remember to Bring Something for
I.C.S. Food Collection
The Jewelry Sale