Compton City Council Member Joins Metropolitan Board
November 11, 2015 - storage organizer
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Compton Mayor Pro Tem Janna Zurita took her chair currently as a city’s
deputy on a house of directors of a Metropolitan Water
District of Southern California.
Zurita succeeds Yvonne Arceneaux, who served dual apart terms on
Metropolitan’s board, from Apr 2009 to Sep 2010 and from March
2014 until recently.
Elected to a Compton City Council in Jun 2011, Zurita serves on the
house of directors of a Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County. In
Jul 2010, she was inaugurated to a Los Angeles County Democratic Party
Central Committee, representing a former 52nd state
Assembly district. She also has served on a California Cities for Self
Reliance Joint Powers Authority board.
In addition, she is a member of a National Association for Equal
Justice in America, a NAACP, a PTA and a Concerned Citizens of
Active in village service, Zurita volunteered during an early age during the
Meals on Wheels Program in Compton, where her mom served as executive
executive for some-more than 43 years. She was a comparison citizen organizer for
Dickison Community Lighted Schools, where she also served as a
fundraiser and special events coordinator.
Zurita co-founded a Compton Walk for a Cure to lift breast cancer
recognition and assistance account giveaway mammograms in a city. She also founded
a Autism Swim Adventure Club, a Autism Awareness Fair and a support
organisation to yield opportunities and resources for special needs children.
As partial of initial lady Michelle Obama’s national initiative, Zurita
started a Let’s Move Compton Annual Fitness Day.
A Compton native, Zurita attended Compton Community College and Long
Beach City College, where she was lerned and approved as a surgical
Zurita has a daughter, Chanel.
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is a
mild of 26 cities and H2O agencies portion scarcely 19 million
people in 6 counties. The district imports H2O from
a Colorado River and Northern California to addition internal supplies,
and helps the members to rise increasing H2O conservation,
recycling, storage and other resource-management programs.
Note to editors: A digital sketch of Director Janna Zurita
is accessible on request.