April 16, 2022—
“2022 SoCal Division General Board Meeting”

SoCal Division of the UNA-USA

invites you to join us for our virtual guest speakers for APRIL⁠—National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month:

"SoCal Division General Board Meeting"

Saturday, April 16, 2022
12:30-2:30 PM

Join the conversation with members from chapters across Southern California, spanning Santa Barbara to San Diego.

Meet Our Guest Speakers Discussing National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

Himaja Nagireddy

Himaja Nagireddy

Himaja Nagireddy currently serves as a Northeast Representative on the National Council for the United Nations Association of the USA and the Co-Chair of UNA Women, where she leads and supports programming and UN advocacy efforts for over 20,000 members across the country. She is also an elected member of the Select Board for the Town on Acton, where she oversees 11 Boards and Committees, including the Water Resource Advisory Committee, Board of Health, and Health Insurance Trust.
London J. Bell is a native Detroiter, a lawyer, community organizer, activist, and humanitarian with specific educational training in international human rights law and policy and international business and trade law. London is a 2020 African Descent Fellow for the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), a highly competitive fellowship program within the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024).

London J. Bell

Varsha N. JD

Varsha N., JD

Varsha is a Mayo Clinic trained Wellness Coach and serves as an international speaker/consultant and is founder of ROAR TC® (Training & Consulting), LLC. She addresses a wide variety of topics including healing modalities, wellness, resiliency, stress relief, bias, mediation, diversity, cross-cultural communication, bystander intervention, domestic violence, and sexual assault and has worked with diverse immigrant, cultural populations, and interfaith communities. The mission of ROAR TC® is to engage professionals and community members to reflect and respond. When addressing complex social issues, such as sexual assault, bullying, diversity/inclusion, trauma informed care, barriers in communication and relationships we strive to successfully follow the prescribed steps outlined by ROAR T&C – Recognize, Observe, Analyze, and Respond®.

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