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PRNC Paula Cracium Named Woman of the Year

Paula Cracium 2016 Woman of the Year

From Fran Pavley March 22, 2016:

Congratulations to my Woman of the Year! When she became a founding member of the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council in 2003, Paula Cracium could have never imagined that she would be called upon to provide leadership to help her neighbors cope with a crisis that would utterly disrupt their lives and draw international attention. Yet when that moment arose last fall with the eruption of a natural gas leak at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility, Paula rose to the challenge.

As part of my Woman of the Year event each year I donate to my honoree's favorite charity. Jocelyn White, the co-founder of Slavery No More, explained how her organization helps stops human trafficking.

Paula Cracium 2016 Woman of the Year

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