Longtime Santa Clarita resident Lydia Kravitz became a board member for the SCV Youth Project shortly after she retired from a 34-year career working in the admissions and records office at California State University, Northridge.
“Lydia is a newer board member, but you would never know it from the amount of time and effort she puts into helping us be successful,” said SCV Youth Project Executive Director Kim Goldman.
In addition to her regular responsibilities as a board member, Kravitz and her husband, Curt, are also actively involved at the organization’s volunteer events and outreach activities.
“Lydia is always there with a smile and support,” Goldman added. “We are incredibly fortunate to have Lydia and her husband, Curt, as part of the Youth Project family.”
Before taking on the role of board member for the Youth Project, Kravitz volunteered for a variety of local school activities where her five children were involved, including Hart High School football, the Hart Basketball Boosters Club and Placerita Junior High School’s band program and swim team.
Now that her children are grown and she’s entered a new chapter of her life following her retirement, Kravitz is excited to dedicate her time to the Youth Project.
“I feel honored to be associated with the SCV Youth Project,” she said, “and can’t wait to do whatever I can to contribute to its success.”