After-School All-Stars Los Angeles President and CEO Ana Campos Nominated “Philanthropist of the Year” by Los Angeles Business Journal

Annual women’s summit honors outstanding achievements in business
by women throughout LA County

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA) announces the nomination
of President and CEO, Ana Campos, as “Philanthropist of the Year” by the
Los Angeles Business Journal (LABJ). All nominees will be honored at the
24th Annual LABJ Women’s Summit on May 23, 2016, from 7:00 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. at the J.W. Marriott at L.A. LIVE.

ASAS-LA is the premier, school-based, afterschool program provider at
Title 1 schools in Los Angeles County and Lucerne Valley. Their holistic
approach tie together academic, enrichment, wellness and leadership
initiatives aimed to solve the opportunity and learning gap that inner
city students experience every year. Since joining ASAS-LA in 2005, Ms.
Campos has diversified the organization’s program and enrichment
offerings, implemented systems to measure and track student outcomes and
expanded our community footprint by 96%. Her business savvy has
positioned the organization for fiscal success; for every $1 raised, .95
cents is dedicated to student-centered programming. A dedicated leader
and youth advocate, Ms. Campos continually strives to fulfill the vision
that our All-Stars grow up safe and healthy, graduate high school, go on
to college, create or find careers they love and give back to their
communities.

“Her dedication to our All-Stars success and the financial stability of
the organization is a true testament to the type of leader she is.
She is committed to the mission and vision and continues to inspire
others to be the best that they can be,” says Dr. Sabrina Kay, ASAS-LA
Board Chair and chancellor of Fremont College. “It has been a pleasure
working with her to positively impact our students and our communities.”

About After–School All-Stars, Los Angeles

Founded in 2002 by Arnold Schwarzenegger, After-School All-Stars, Los
Angeles’ (ASAS-LA) mission is to educate, enlighten, and inspire young
people by providing exciting and dynamic opportunities for their
success, while cultivating students’ self-esteem, leadership and respect
for one another to help build healthier communities. ASAS-LA serves
14,000 students in 39 schools (26 middle schools, 8 elementary and 5
high schools), 99% of whom are youth of color and 88% of whom qualify
for the Federal Free and Reduced Meal Program. We are a part of a
national network that operates 20 chapters in 11 states and Washington,
DC. For more information, please visit www.la-allstars.org.

Contacts

After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles
Rebekah Salgado, 310-989-9534
rebekahsalgado@gmail.com