The Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge (CCLCF) announced the appointment of Deborah Jordan as executive director. This follows on the recent election of Ara Aslanian as president of the board. In laying out their vision, Aslanian and Jordan have committed to continuing the mission of enhancing the wellbeing of the community by bringing people of all ages together for enrichment, recreation, and social programs.
Aslanian has served on the board of CCLCF since May 2009. An alumnus of La Cañada High School, Aslanian grew up in La Cañada and is the CEO and president of Inverselogic, a comprehensive technology solutions company in Glendale.
“I am very happy with our selection and the process the board members and staff undertook to select Deborah and we look forward to working with her,” said Aslanian.
A long-time resident of the Crescenta Valley, Jordan joins CCLCF after serving as executive director of Asia Society Southern California and director of External Affairs and Events for the Milken Institute. Jordan’s expertise is in raising public profiles of nonprofit organizations as she did with Asia Society through increased funding, sponsorship and membership. While at Asia Society and the Milken Institute, Jordan developed strategic relationships with other nonprofit organizations in the Los Angeles area.
Jordan joins CCLCF senior staff Preschool Director Danielle Caputo, Ceramics Director Miriam Balcazar and Program Director Tara Davies.