4th Annual Women Veterans Summit in Los Angeles
To Focus on Wellness for Female Veterans
The Los Angeles County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is hosting the 4th Annual Women Veterans Summit in Los Angeles, encouraging female veterans throughout Los Angeles County to attend. The summit will focus on wellness services while connecting veterans to key individuals that will help with employment and education. Additionally, showing support for families and veteran moms, the summit will feature complimentary activities for children throughout the day providing flexibility for all those who would like to attend.
WHO: Hilda L. Solis, Los Angeles County Supervisor, First District
Ruth Wong, Director, LA County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
Lisa M. Garrett, Director, LA County Department of Human Resources
Robert McKendrick, Regional Director, Veterans Benefits
Amy Wakeland, First Lady of the City of Los Angeles
WHAT: 4th Annual Women Veterans Summit
The Summit will be an all-day networking and wellness event at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall which will include complimentary activities for children and wellness services (acupressure, acupuncture and massage therapy). Breakfast will be provided.
WHEN: Saturday, March 21st, 2015
Summit starts at 10am; Media invited only for the first hour of the summit.
WHERE: Bob Hope Patriotic Hall
1816 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
VISUALS: Set at Patriotic Hall, a historic Los Angeles County landmark and home of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, female veterans and key community leaders come together for a summit focusing on wellness for women veterans.
For more information about programs and services, please contact Stephanie Stone, Chief Deputy Director of Los Angeles County Military and Veterans Affairs, at [email protected].