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Clinical coordinator honored for community service

February 16, 2015 by Cindy O'Dell
LindaGaines-Brooks, seated left.

LindaGaines-Brooks, seated left.

Linda Gaines-Brooks, clinical coordinator at the Riverside and Ontario campuses was recently recognized for her service to the community as a volunteer with the Emerging Young Leaders program at Heritage Intermediate School in the Etiwanda School District. The program was awarded the California School Boards Association Golden Bell in December.

The signature program of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Emerging Young Leaders is designed to cultivate and encourage high scholastic achievement through leadership development, education, civic engagement and character building. The program targets middle school girls and was featured recently in the Riverside Press-Enterprise.

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