(To) Whom it may Concern,
I would like to commend Operation Hope for always being accessible for the internet café, making copies, and faxing. I would like to acknowledge Emelina Martinez for her outstanding service. Emelina is always smiling and willing to help. The world needs more caring and helping people like her. Thank you again for all your...
Katherine Karmen Trujillo is Operation HOPE’s Summer 2012 Global Initiatives Fellow. Trujillo is a recent University of California, Berkeley graduate whose studies focused on grassroots movements and democratization in Latin America and the Middle East.
I write to express my sincere thanks for all your support. Within 5 min. of our first conversation I experienced a feeling of comfort. It seemed if by second nature your constructive dialogue power to discern the true nature of my situation as conversed quickly and tactfully.
DC HOPE Center Community Lending Manager, Cedric Lewis joined the HOPE family two months ago and after learning the processes and procedures, Cedric conducted two First Time Home Buyer workshops in April. Upon reflecting on his first two workshops Cedric commented, 'The DC workshops were great!
Eighty three US Mayors have agreed to form local financial literacy councils for their cities, announced the National Council of Black Mayors today during the White House Summit on Financial Capability and Empowerment.
Today the White House hosted a special Summit on Financial Capability and Empowerment to share measures for empowering students nationwide. Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant was on hand at the summit to share HOPE initiatives around empowering low-to-moderate American youth and adults.
Operation HOPE Founder John Bryant joined Financial Services Roundtable President and CEO Steve Bartlett today to speak at the Financial Services Roundtable Day On Capitol Hill, held before the White House Summit on Financial Capability and Empowerment.
That he has never been limited in his thinking when it comes to his own business potential has a great deal to do with why John Bryant is one of the most influential black men in America.
Christian Robinson, a native of Raleigh, NC, is a spring 2012 graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Robinson will be joining HOPE one of two Legislative Aid Fellows this summer.
Sandy Chan joins the HOPE team as the Global Money Fellow. Chan is a senior at New York University studying Economics and Mathematics.
Sherry Tao joins Operation HOPE this summer as the HOPE Forums fellow under the leadership of Lance Triggs. Tao is a senior at the University of California studying Media and Cultural Studies with a minor in Chinese.
Whitney Robinson will be joining HOPE as the 700 Credit Score Fellow. Robinson is currently completing her last year as a student at the University of California Riverside studying Business and Marketing.
Ann Li will be joining HOPE’s 2012 fellow cohort as Deputy Director of Field Operations. Ann received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and International Relations from the University of Southern California in 2012.