The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) bestowed their quarterly Citizen Recognition Award on long time GWNC supporter and neighborhood advocate Liz Fuller at their monthly Board Meeting on Wednesday evening.
For more than eight years, Fuller has worked tirelessly on behalf of the Greater Wilshire area to make sure that our neighborhood council runs as professionally and smoothly as possible. She has taken on important roles in addition to being a Board member, including the job of Secretary – a position she has held for the past six years – and also served as Treasurer. Liz also provided extensive support to the GWNC Land Use and Outreach Committees.
Liz’s friends know that her volunteer contributions go way beyond the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council. She is an advocate for many causes including Wilshire Crest Elementary School and served as president of her Sycamore Square Neighborhood Association – to name a few.
The GWNC’s new Citizen Recognition Program is a quarterly effort to identify and sing the praises of our very own neighborhood superstars, from all walks of life, who help to make our community a great place to live. If you have someone in mind who would be deserving of this award, do go to the GWNC Website and download and return a nomination form.
Congratulations to Liz! Fuller writes for the Larchmont Buzz and her knowledge about all things related to the City of LA is beyond compare.