City Clerk to be honored with YWCA Crimson

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Mina Semenza was elected City Clerk of Gardena in May of 2013.  A trusted Realtor, and lifelong Gardena resident, she has served the community for many years, including on the Board of Directors at the YWCA Gardena Valley as past president.
Semenza’s integrity, work ethic, and quality customer service have been  recognized by the South Bay Association of Realtors with the prestigious Realtor of the Year award.  She was also named Woman of the Year and honored in the California Assembly for her long history of leadership and service to the community.

Mina Semenza was elected City Clerk of Gardena in May of 2013.  A trusted Realtor, and lifelong Gardena resident, she has served the community for many years, including on the Board of Directors at the YWCA Gardena Valley as past president.
Semenza’s integrity, work ethic, and quality customer service have been  recognized by the South Bay Association of Realtors with the prestigious Realtor of the Year award.  She was also named Woman of the Year and honored in the California Assembly for her long history of leadership and service to the community.
Mina is the Government Affairs Committee Chair, a Member of the Board of Directors for the South Bay Association of Realtors, and an active member of the California City Clerks Association.  She is deeply passionate about the quality of life for all residents  and helps coordinate Gardena’s Neighborhood Watch.  Previously, Mina served the City of Gardena as Chair of the Planning Commission, Chief of Police Advisory Panel Member, and Human Services Commission Member.
Undeniably, Semenza’s core principle is to make a positive contribution wherever possible.  More than anything, Mina loves to spend time with her beautiful little granddaughter, a third generation Gardena resident, Gianna.
Stop by and say hello to Mina at Ken Nakaoka Realty Office or at Gardena City Hall in the City Clerk’s Office.

 

Ziegler Award

 

Also at the Crimson Awards banquet, Alejandra Garcia will be only the second to receive the prestigious Lillian A. Zeigler Humanitarian Award. Mildred Pullman was the first winner.

She will be honored  at the 7th Annual Crimson Awards dinner on Friday, April 15 at the Holiday Inn, 19800 S Vermont Ave., Torrance Gateway, from 6 p.m. no host bar; Dinner and Program from 6:30 to 9:00.  $55 for Individuals; $100 for Table of 2, $500 for Table of 10.  Reservations must be made on or before April 11.  Ad space for the Commemorative Program is due on April 4:  $450 for full page; $230 for 1/2 page; $100 for quarter page and $55 for business card ads.

For additional information, call  Jane at 310-327-5356.