LACHMA wishes to congratulate the following LACHMA members on their recent promotions:
RAY LEYVA, COMMANDER, L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
ANGEL MONTOYA, DEPUTY CHIEF, L.A. COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT
ELIZABETH BECERRA, DIVISION CHIEF, L.A. COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICES
SANDRA SOLIS, ASST. DIRECTOR, L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
HENRY HERNANDEZ, DIRECTOR, L.A. COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF THE ABOVE MEMBERS ARE ON THE LACHMA BOARD OF DIRECTORS!
LACHMA wishes you all the very best on your new assignments!
Effective August 15, 2010, the Professional Peace Officers Association (PPOA) will now handle the payroll deduction for the Los Angeles County Hispanic Managers Association. You should no longer see a “LACOCHIC EM” deduction. You will now see a “PPOA” deduction. Please note there is no change in the amount of your payroll deduction for LACHMA. Please see the attached memorandum.
Welcome to the official website of the Los Angeles County Hispanic Managers' Association (LACHMA) .
We are proud to be of service in Los Angeles County! It is the mission of the Los Angeles County Hispanic Managers Association to:
- Promote the development and implementation of County programs and/or operational procedures which improve the delivery of County services to the Hispanic community.
- Enhance County government through the development and advancement of Hispanic County managers. Improve the social, economic, educational and professional welfare of its members. Develop and establish internal relationships with County, State, and Federal department and district heads in an effort to promote management development programs for Hispanics. Establish formal lines of communication and relationships with other Hispanic organizations to coordinate efforts designed to achieve the overall objectives of the Association.
The Association is committed to promoting excellence in County government on both a professional and personal level. Achievement of our mission includes support of enhanced training programs, mentorships, educational scholarships, and affirmative action advocacy.
In support of the Association's educational mission, the County Hispanic Scholarship Foundation has been established, with annual scholarships of $10,000.
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