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Ashley graduated from Lompoc High, earned a BS in Political Science from UCLA, and is now the youngest member of the Lompoc City Council. She reminds donors: “You have the power to create opportunities for our young people through your generosity. Every student deserves that chance.”

She is also director of community health at the Lompoc Valley Community Health Organization, which held a Community Health Summit last week. Read more about Ashley and the LVCHO here.

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    • In 2016, we provided 3,016 scholarships totaling $8.74 million.


    • In 2016, we provided financial aid advising services to more than 45,000 students and families in our County.


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