Erika Green Swafford is a writer, performer, and producer currently developing new projects for Universal TV. Her writing credits include “How to Get Away with Murder,” “The Mentalist,” “Reverie,” and NBC’s upcoming drama, “New Amsterdam.” Erika began her career in the hospitality industry. After graduate school, she joined the Oxygen Network, where she became an executive before focusing on writing. Hailing from Houston by way of Washington, D.C., Erika is a lifelong storyteller. In her spare time, she dances and teaches cooking.
MOSTe is excited to collaborate with Disney for the second Meet the Changemakers event. Come hear Erika speak about how she found her path, and the mentors who supported her along the way.
You are cordially invited to celebrate and meet the college-educated women whose lives you’ve impacted! Join us on July 29, from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM at a private residence in Altadena, CA.
Tickets are $60. MOSTe mentors receive a two for one special when they bring a guest! Click the graphic and RSVP today!
Are you interested in making a difference in a young girl’s life? If the answer is “YES” then consider becoming a mentor with MOSTe! We are actively recruiting for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Join us on June 22 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm in downtown LA for our mentor orientation. Learn about this incredible opportunity to be a role model to young girls!
CLICK HERE and register for this free event!
The annual culmination ceremony celebrates the participation and achievement of MOSTe students, announces incentive scholarship awards for rising 9th graders, and achievement scholarships for rising college students. We will also celebrate our 2018 college graduates!
Kindly RSVP HERE by June 4th
“Inspiring.” “ Powerful.” “Proud.” “Remarkable.”
These are just a few of the comments I heard from many of you. Our 18th Annual Lanterns Awards Luncheon will be remembered for the motivating words from our students, the sage advice and wisdom shared by honoree Nicole Duckett Fricke and the heartfelt closing comments from Executive Director Alejandra Valenzuela.
Today I am feeling such an overwhelming amount of gratitude toward all of you, our sponsors, donors, and mentors. We rely on you to achieve our mission to mentor and empower the next generation of college-educated women. Your generous response in the room yesterday was historic and, as Alejandra said, confirmed that “MOSTe is on fire!” If you would like to add a little more fuel to our fire, please click HERE.
Again, thank you for being with us. We look forward to seeing you all in April 2019!
Cindy M. Lopez
MOSTe Board President