Young Leadership Council
About the YLC
The Young Leadership Council (YLC) was formed in May 2010 as part of Arrowhead United Way. The Young Leadership Council consists of young professionals between the ages of 21-40. This council is actively engaged in the community and inspires philanthropy and volunteerism.
The mission of Arrowhead United Way’s Young Leadership Council is to be actively engaged in the community and inspire philanthropy and volunteerism by collaboratively partnering with the next generation of decision-makers in a unique blend of service, education, and social and networking activities throughout the year.
Karla Morales, San Bernardino School Employees Federal Credit Union
Nathan Rawls, UPS
Tommy Mayers, City of San Bernardino
Iwona Contreras, California State University, San Bernardino
Ivory Robinson, KOHL’s Distribution Center
Edwin Gomez, San Bernardino City Unified School District
Danny Sandoval, Target Distribution Center
Become a Member
Being part of Arrowhead United Way’s Young Leadership Council is a great opportunity to get hands-on involvement in the community. If you have a true passion for success, giving back, and sharing your knowledge, you will enjoy being part of the Young Leadership Council. Together, we can make a difference in the community that we live and work in.
YLC membership offers a wide range of benefits:
- Networking socially and professionally with community business leaders and volunteers
- Increasing your involvement in the community by participating in service projects that make a measurable impact on the community
- Growing professionally and personally by participating in a variety of learning and leadership development opportunities.
- Having fun and expanding your network by socializing with other area young leaders.
For more information about joining the YLC, contact Amanda Betten, Arrowhead United Way Resource Development Manager at 909-884-9441 x225 or email Amandab@AHUW.org.