Future student ambassador recognized for leadership.

 Isabella Orozco is honored here with her parents [right] and the IHPC staff [left].

Isabella Orozco is honored here with her parents [right] and the IHPC staff [left].

I am so thankful for everything RO and IHPC does, my daughter has benefited tremendously from your services.
— Mr. Orozco

We felt like proud parents when we got the news that Isabella Orozco, student at Chino Hills High, was to be one of just five (and by far the youngest!) individuals to be recognized at Molina Healthcare's Community Champion Awards Dinner on April 26th. Isabella has been active participant in IHPC programming and a staunch advocate for the past two years. She is a passionate young woman who credits IHPC and Reach Out, as a whole, for impacting her decision to go into health care and serve her community. 

Molina holds this dinner each year to honor people who are positively impacting their community. Molina also makes a $1,000 donation to a non-profit of their choice, in their name.  Isabella did not hesitate to choose Reach Out for this gift. Diana Fox, Executive Director of Reach Out, accepted the donation and spoke about the impact that young people like Isabella are going to have on the future health workforce Inland Empire.

Congratulations to Isabella and the other champions for being a force for good in our community.