West Valley Boys and Girls Club Great Futures Start Here




President/CEO
Tim Blaylock
Vice President
Kelsy Maruyama
Director of Development
Shani Grafman
Director of Administration
Catherine Mendoza
College Bound Director
Liliana Lozano
  Teen Director
 
Branch/Operations Manager
Ruben Rodriguez
Site Coordinator, Hale Charter Academy
Bernadette Lopez
Site Coordinator, Blythe Elementary
Janneth Ruiz
 
Site Coordinator, Reseda Elementary
Juan Carlos Diaz
  Site Co-Coordinator, Canoga Park High School
 
Arts Coordinator
Rafael Vaca
 
  Digital Arts Coordinator


 
  Triple Play Coordinator
 
Education Coordinator, Main Clubhouse
Joseph Borrayo
Education and Career Programs Coordinator, Canoga Park High School
Martha Secundino
  Teen Coordinator, Main Clubhouse
 
Middle School Life Skills Coordinator
Christian Rodriguez
Site Co-Coordinator, Canoga Park High School
Fatima Gutierrez
Site Coordinator, Chatsworth High School
Cristina Fajardo
  Site Coordinator, Cleveland High School
 
Membership Coordinator
Natalie Mendoza
Development Assistant
Erin Fink

 

Congratulations to Club Staff Graduating from College
Congratulations to those of our wonderful Boys & Girls Club of the West Valley staff who graduated college this month!

Briana Juarez has been with the Club for six years and is currently our Site Coordinator at Canoga Park High School. 
 
Briana earned her Bachelor's degree in Management and Business Honors with a minor in Apparel Merchandising. During her time at CSUN, Briana earned a spot in the Business Honors Program and the Business Honors Association; she received Cum Laude honors, completed the general honors program, and was on the Dean's List multiple semesters. 

So what's next for this recent graduate? Briana is passionate about fashion and aspires to work in that industry. She is currently applying to the FIDM Fashion Institute for next fall under the Product Development Professional Certificate one-year program.


Faviola Gutierrez is our Site Coordinator at Blythe Elementary and has been on staff for four months; she previously worked for the Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles.

A member of CSUN's Educational Opportunity Program, Faviola earned her Bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Chicano Studies. Next year, Faviola will be applying for a master's program and plans to continue working with children in a school setting, possibly as a school counselor or administrator.
 
 

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