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Family Houston presents Pillars of Strength

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Pillars of Strength, the annual luncheon benefiting Family Houston, will honor Senior Vice President, Laura Jaramillo, Community Relations Manager in Corporate Philanthropy and Community Relations at Wells Fargo. Jaramillo will be recognized for her strong commitment to her community, which includes service on the boards of the Holocaust Museum Houston, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Greater Houston Community Foundation, and the City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity Advisory Board, as well as various task forces and committees.

The Honorable Mayor Annise Parker will serve as speaker, discussing the critical role of community organizations and social services, as well as her experiences throughout her career. She was the first openly LGBTQ mayor of a major American city, and in 2010, Time magazine named Mayor Parker one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Pillars of Strength, the annual luncheon benefiting Family Houston, will honor Senior Vice President, Laura Jaramillo, Community Relations Manager in Corporate Philanthropy and Community Relations at Wells Fargo. Jaramillo will be recognized for her strong commitment to her community, which includes service on the boards of the Holocaust Museum Houston, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Greater Houston Community Foundation, and the City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity Advisory Board, as well as various task forces and committees.

The Honorable Mayor Annise Parker will serve as speaker, discussing the critical role of community organizations and social services, as well as her experiences throughout her career. She was the first openly LGBTQ mayor of a major American city, and in 2010, Time magazine named Mayor Parker one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Pillars of Strength, the annual luncheon benefiting Family Houston, will honor Senior Vice President, Laura Jaramillo, Community Relations Manager in Corporate Philanthropy and Community Relations at Wells Fargo. Jaramillo will be recognized for her strong commitment to her community, which includes service on the boards of the Holocaust Museum Houston, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Greater Houston Community Foundation, and the City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity Advisory Board, as well as various task forces and committees.

The Honorable Mayor Annise Parker will serve as speaker, discussing the critical role of community organizations and social services, as well as her experiences throughout her career. She was the first openly LGBTQ mayor of a major American city, and in 2010, Time magazine named Mayor Parker one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

WHEN

WHERE

The Briar Club
2603 Timmons Ln.
Houston, TX 77027
http://www.familyhouston.org/luncheon/

TICKET INFO

$250
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