YWCA Glendale and Pasadena recently welcomed Erin Edwards, Amanda Faissal, Dalia Lomeli, Jess Skylar, Paula Stamp and Arsine Yedigaryan to the Board of Directors.
Edwards is an accomplished marketing and communications professional, currently serving as the director of marketing and communications for the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. She holds a bachelor’s in liberal studies from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona and resides in Glendale.
Faissal grew up in Glendale and currently resides in Pasadena. She is an accomplished business consultant with over eight years of experience and currently serves as the communications assistant for Assemblywoman Laura Friedman’s district. Amanda holds a bachelor’s in business management from California State University, Northridge.
Lomeli is the corporate communications senior manager at QTC Management, a Leidos company. With more than 25 years of experience, Lomeli has a strong background in integrated marketing, program management, strategic planning and marketing strategy development. She holds a bachelor’s in chemistry management from Simmons University and a master’s in integrated marketing from Emerson College.
Skylar is the managing partner at Think of Us and a 2023 Joyful Impact fellow. With more than 20 years of diverse experience, Skylar excels at building organizations and has worked across industries including nonprofits, education, cloud-based computing, philanthropy, financial services, professional development and client services, enterprise software and more.
Stamp is the vice president of economic development for CLAYCO, a real estate, architecture, engineering, design-build and construction firm. She earned her undergraduate degree from Loyola University and an MBA and doctorate in higher education from Azusa Pacific University. Stamp is president-elect of the Society for Marketing Professional Services international board and sits on the nonprofit developer’s, A Community of Friends, board.
Yedigaryan is a human resources business partner manager at City National Bank. She has been working in human resources for over 15 years and in her current role, she provides guidance and support to senior leaders and executive management in building people capabilities to support business goals. She is also a wife and mother of two, Michael (8) and Leah (4).
The primary role of the YWCA Glendale and Pasadena Board of Directors is to provide mission-based, visionary leadership and strategic governance to enhance the services and support provided to more than 3,000 women and children served annually.
First published in the July 22 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.