Millennium Momentum Foundation Inc., which is an organization whose mission is to increase the number of students and young professionals from various ethnic groups in public policy and other public-service related fields through education, mentoring, and leadership development training, recently hosted numerous supporters crowding into Museum Square for the organization’s 2010 President’s summer benefit reception and national headquarters grand opening. The site will houses the agency’s new administrative offices and leadership training support team and services targeting South Los Angeles.
“Remember this day for it is a day that truly reflects what dreams are made of. It also reminds us that we cannot afford to loiter in the notion of what might be possible, but instead must show through results what is possible, as we champion the effort city to city to educate, train, and advance future public service leaders,” said Jason L. Seward, founder and CEO of Millennium Momentum Foundation.
Many influential policy-makers including Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, California State Assembly Assistant Speaker Pro Tempore Isadore Hall and many more, were in attendance to show their support for the organization.
Millennium Momentum Foundation services provide entire return on investment for all involved, as these young ambassadors return to contribute their education and training to improve the quality of life in their diverse communities as future nonprofit administrators, government administrators, elected officials, and corporate public affairs executives, while building a bridge of partnership between students, private corporations, government, and the community.