NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., September 22, 2015 – Newport Beach-based Project Access has recently promoted Yadira Amezquita to Resident Services Manager for the nonprofit organization’s Family and Senior Resource Centers in Southern California, where she is responsible for the management and daily operations.
In 2014, she was promoted to the Regional Supervisor in the organization’s Region 2. She was promoted to the Service Coordinator for North Hills Family Resource Center in July of 2009, where she was responsible for the development, organization, scheduling and coordination of all programs. She joined Project Access in 2007 as the School Readiness Instructor for Orange County.
In 2006, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies, from California State University, Fullerton.
“We are delighted to promote Yadira because of her contributions to the success of the programs she oversaw and her dedication to the residents she serves,” said Project Access CEO and President Kathy McCarrell. “She has contributed to our School Readiness Program, USC Longitudinal study, teen conferences, and the development of many significant partnerships.”
Project Access directly serves nearly 12,000 low-income individuals at over 60 properties in California, Colorado and Arizona where it fosters a culture of change by assisting residents from a broad range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds to improve their lives through education, employment, wellness, and financial capability, among other programs.