Patty Lee, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles' Faith & Stewardship Manager, was honored this past Sunday at the 32nd Annual South Coast Interfaith Council Festival of Music Benefit Concert.
For over six years, Patty has been dedicated to making homeownership possible for low-income, hardworking families and individuals in partnership with faith communities all over greater Los Angeles. As our Faith & Stewardship Manager, she has created and coordinated some of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles' most special and successful events, as well as cultivated many meaningful relationships. Most recently, she worked tirelessly with members of the South Coast Interfaith Council to implement an Interfaith Build Day where over two dozen volunteers of diverse faiths came together to help build a home at one of our Long Beach job sites.
Soon Patty will be transitioning to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles' Entertainment, Marketing & Communications Department, where she will serve as the new Manager of Special Events. There is no doubt that she will use her years of experience, signature enthusiasm and creative spirit, to make a big impact in her new role.
At Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles we like to say that, "We build hope, lives and communities." Patty Lee is a person that truly embodies this statement. Congratulations, Patty!
|From left to right: Patty giving her acceptance speech and posing with Milia Islam-Majeed, SCIC Executive Director |
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