inglewood Pacific (CA) Chapter
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Making a difference in transforming the lives of people of African ancestry and of the global community

Inglewood Pacific (CA) Chapter Founders

About Inglewood Pacific(CA) LINKS

Built With Strong Core Values

The year was 1978 when Vera Ricketts and Thelma Rice discussed their interest in organizing a chapter of The Links, Incorporated in the Inglewood, California area. A strategy session was held at the home of Thelma Rice with Irene Rush and Vera Ricketts in attendance. During the following months, several women of diverse talents were invited to attend a brunch at the Wilshire Hyatt hotel to discuss the organization’s goals and objectives. Leatrice Pride of the San Fernando Valley Chapter of the Links, Inc. was the guest speaker. The fourteen women worked diligently for one year to meet the needs of the community through civic, social, and cultural endeavors.

On May 6, 1979, Marion S. Sutherland, Western Area Director, chartered the Inglewood Pacific (CA) Chapter (IPC) at the Los Angeles Hyatt Hotel. Officers were installed and Link Thelma Rice became the Chapter’s first President.

Our Five Facets

The Five Facets

The outstanding programming of The Links, Incorporated has five facets which are implemented through strategies such as public information and education, economic development, and public policy campaigns.  For more information, please contact the program chair Krishna Tabor at [email protected].