Dorothy Lett graduated Bassett high school one daughter Toosdhi for grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Dorothy is the proud owner of Lett's Dream Baskets and part owner of best choice catering.
Member of Hesperia Centennial Lions Club, Hesperia Chamber of Commerce, Head Cook for ABC Christian Academy, Vice Chairman of Rock'N Our Disabilities Foundation and a very proud member of Hesperia United Methodist Church.
Born on the Island of Taiwan and immigrating to Orange County, CA when 2 years old. So blessed to have grown up in the 70s and 80s in Orange County. Disneyland was and still is my family's happy place.
Proudly sworn in as a U.S. Citizen in the 80s with my parents and little brother. Also was so proud to serve in the US Navy with bootcamp beginning in Orlando, Florida Naval Training Center shortly after graduation from San Gabriel High School.
After completing my enlistment with an honorable discharge from the US Navy, I continued as a work study for the Veterans Hospital in San Diego radiology department.
Shortly afterwards, I was hired to a national Health Plan in San Diego.
Growing from the ground up at the organization enabled me to gain wonderful work experiences from member services, Provider Contracting, Network Development and rising through the organization to become a National Health Plan Account Manager with frequent national travels.
After birth of my daughter, made the decision to transition over to entrepreneurship successfully running an import/export and internet business that included my E bay Power-seller store and Amazon merchant with 100% positive feedback. After many successful years running the internet and import/export business, made the transition back to the insurance industry. Working as a successful agent for a large insurance carrier, I made my transition back to business owner of my own insurance agency to ensure that my team provides our best client servicing possible. With my agency's growing stability and success, I have been able to explore volunteer roles in my community with Hesperia Centennial Lions club acting as Secretary as well as an adviser to Hesperia Centennial Leo Club junior members.
Our Hesperia Centennial Club mission has been to support special needs events in our local community so naturally evolved to working alongside Simply Rockn' It Events by Dana Hernandez. This work subsequently led to volunteering as Secretary for the new Rock'n Our Disabilities Foundation founded by Dana Hernandez. Looking forward to the exciting activities and projects that we can bring to our high desert community through our work with the foundation.
Tiffani Calvert lives and works in Apple Valley California, was born in Whittier and raised in Diamond Bar, CA.
Currently Marketing/ Catering for a Brewhouse in the Town of Apple Valley, consists of Online media, Publics Relations and Catering local events.
She has a leadership position with Apple Valley Bible Study Fellowship “BSF” and is currently the Treasurer for “Rockn’ our Disabilities Foundation”.
Tiffani is a Graduate from Walnut High School, located in Walnut California. She is also a College Graduate with a degree in Interior Design from Brooks College. She worked as an Interior Designer for many years until she had her first child. Married in 1991, to the love of her life, Christopher Calvert, a firefighter for Chino Valley Independent Fire.
Together they have four children, Jacob being the oldest, Emma and Sara are twins and Annie the youngest.
Tiffani has been a leader in the Mothers of Preschoolers “MOPS” organization, a coach and a team manager for girls’ soccer.
Her biggest and best accomplishment are her kids!
Some of her favorite hobbies are walks on the beach, biking, snow skiing, a country concert, bonfires, a nice dinner with her husband, and time with her family. Tmcalvert06@gmail.com , message me on Facebook are the ways to reach me best!
Luisa Quintero is a community relations specialist and recycling analyst for Advance Disposal, a solid waste disposal company in Hesperia. She has been employed with the company since August 2014. Luisa studied administration of justice at Victor Valley College, and previously held a legal assistant position in Irvine for nearly four years.
Luisa was born in Los Angeles and graduated from Compton High School in 2004. Her family moved to the High Desert later that year.
Luisa discovered a passion for volunteer work after volunteering at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall, in Downey, at the age of 20. Since then, Luisa prides herself on putting smiles on faces of those who are less fortunate, or dealing with unique circumstances.
Since working for Advance Disposal, Luisa has been involved in various civic groups and organizations within the High Desert.
Luisa has rooted herself in the High Desert. She married Jose Quintero, a Daily Press sports writer, in 2016. They currently reside in Adelanto and plan on starting a family in the future.
Dr. Breada Leach is a California native. She is the president of ABC123 Christian Academy and is a well-established inspirational speaker, educator, and philanthropist. She currently serves on the Hesperia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Ambassador and Vice Chair for the Hesperia 2034 Educational Committee, she is also an active Board member for Community Health Action Network(CHAN) in Victorville, CA.
Breada is one of the featured writers in the ZOE Life Publications Devotional for 2014 and 2015. She is currently working on her new 2016 devotional entitled, Thoughts of the Day Inspired By God. Her prayer is for each reader to gain something positive for their lives and to develop a closer relationship with God as they pursue their life’s purpose.
Breada is a well-respected businesswoman and mentor for many. She has a proven track record of counseling business owners in pursuit of their visions and goals. She worked closely with Dreammation EFX as a key speaker, with the City Hall in New Orleans, the Office of Recovery and Development Administrations as well as the Industrial Development Board. Breada assisted in collecting information that helped obtain preliminary approval for up to $52 million in Gulf Opportunity Zone Bonds. This gave the company a major boost, as the goal was to create 10,000 jobs in New Orleans and a total of 25,000 jobs across America. She played a major part of helping to fulfill the dreams of a city nearly lost to a terrifying hurricane.
Breada is a mentor for the President/CEO of TREVCO Creation’s, helping to develop and implement business strategies to expand the company’s vision. She played a key role in the negotiations between Trevco Creation’s and China for the disbursement of manufacturing their products. Breada was successful throughout the negotiation process, establishing a long term relationship between Trevco Creation’s and China’s manufacturing company in 2013 and 2014.
As a humanitarian, she believes in spending her time wisely by taking a vested interest in others dreams. She believes in tithing to the local churches and giving back to the community by advocating for families and their children through ABC123 Christian Academy. With a strong belief in spending quality time with family and friends she is cognizance that the key to her success means keeping God first place.
Tracey Rick is currently Director of Housing with Family Assistance Program and has worked with the program since 2000. Tracey volunteers with Make A Wish Foundation. She is also a member of Soroptimist of Victor Valley. Tracey has 5 children and 13 grandchildren.