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Brenda Saucer

Board Member – Emeritus
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Biographical Info

When Marva Lyons shared her organization’s initial dream to support Troops in Iraq, Brenda jumped on board from the beginning writing letters of support to our deployed service members.   

Brenda was born in Monroe, LA,  the eleventh of twelve siblings and the sister of 5 military veterans (Army, Navy, Air Force).  She proudly worked at Pacific Bell (AT&T), for 31 years, retiring in 2003.

Brenda has managed up to 40 employees in fund raising efforts as well as new product launches for high-profile services.  During her 31 year career as a manager, Brenda coached, trained and developed employees in Customer Service and Revenue Generation.  She has several years of leadership experience based on various positions she held with the organization from customer service to analyst, supervisory and upper management.  For many years Brenda served as the Chairperson for the Northern California Operator Assistance March of Dimes, Diabetes, and United Way Campaigns.  Many of these campaigns  incorporated employee and community involvement, and resulted in success and awards for the Northern California region.

During her career, Brenda earned certifications in Business and Project Management, Trainer Skills Workshop & Facilitator Training, and Effective Leadership Program & Project Management from San Jose State University.

Brenda’s passion are her three daughters, two grandsons, and serving her community.  In high school Brenda wrote letters to Vietnam Troops at the Red Cross center in Monroe.  When Marva Lyons shared her organization’s initial dream to support Troops in Iraq, Brenda jumped on board from the beginning writing letters of support to our deployed service members.

Brenda’s enjoyment is raising money for worthwhile causes that help people who truly need help.  She’s raised thousand of dollars for AIDS WALK SF, Northern California National Multiple Sclerosis Society, March of Dimes, Diabetes Association, American Heart Association and several different Breast Cancer groups.  Serving at Their Angels “feeds her soul”.

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