Woman of Distinction Award - Marina Khubesrian
South Pasadena Mayor and WISPPA member, Marina , was honored with the Woman of Distinction Award on April 12, 2014 by Congresswoman Judy Chu for exemplary contributions to the Community. Congratulations Marina!
Congresswoman Judy Chu's 2013 Woman of Distinction Award - Barbara Sinclair
Congressman Adam Schiff's 2012 Women of the Year Award - Gretchen Robinette and Kay Mouradian
2011 Women At Work Award -
2011 IMAGE AWARD
WISPPA was awarded the Image Award, one of the highest local awards, in recognition of its efforts to promote a positive image of South Pasadena beyond its borders.
Women Mean Business Award: - Lissa Reynolds
Senator Carol Liu (D- La Cañada, Flintridge) honored Lissa Reynolds, WISPPA member and co-Artistic Director of the Fremont Center Theater with a "Women Mean Business Award: Arts and Entertainment" . Twenty nine local women whose exceptional abilities have contributed to the economic vitality, diversity, and quality of life of the 25th Senate District were honored. "The honorees of this year’s Women Mean Business awards are true trailblazers; they have a set a great example for women everywhere.” said Senator Liu. 6/16/13
2014 Woman of the Year - Kay Mouradian
Assembly member Chris Holden has named Pasadena human rights activist and WISPPA member Kay Mouradian as the 41st Assembly District – Woman of the Year. Assemblymember Holden is recognizing Professor Mouradian for her efforts to raise awareness of the Armenian Genocide. Mouradian has written and co-produced the book and documentary film, My Mother’s Voice, a poignant story of her mother who at age fourteen was one of the millions of Armenians forced to leave their homes in Turkey during the Armenian Genocide. Mouradian was honored as part of the annual Women’s History Month celebration at the Capitol on Monday (March 10). Congratulations, Kay!