“Successful achievements begin with true unity, recognizing and accepting our differences as a valuable strength.”
Jeanette Ellis Royston, was selected as a 2016 Woman of the Year by the Honorable Freddie Rodriguez from the 52nd Assembly District. Assemblyman Rodriquez selected Jeanette because she is an active civil rights leader and expert in the community. She has earned a strong reputation as a dedicated volunteer and advocate for the people of Pomona. Jeanette currently serves the community as the President of the Pomona Valley Branch of the NAACP. Over the years, she has been effective in bringing law enforcement and the community together to build stronger working relationships. Jeanette prides herself on inclusiveness and is quoted as saying "Successful achievements begin with true unity, recognizing and accepting our differences as a valuable strength."
Jeanette is a CSLA Senior Leader in the Class of 2016 from the Southern California Los Angeles Region.