5 reception hosted by the Los Angeles County Commission for Women.
What does LACCW stand for?
LACCW stands for Los Angeles County Commission for Women (Los Angeles, CA)
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- Los Angeles Community College District
- Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
- Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions (Boca Raton, FL)
- Louisiana Computerized Criminal History System
- Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations
- Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts
- Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Society (London, England, UK)
- Los Angeles County Chiropractic Society (Los Angeles, CA)
- Los Angeles County Cancer Surveillance Program (California)
- Los Angeles City College Theatre Alumni and Associates
- Latin America and Caribbean Division (UN Population Fund)
- League of Amateur Competition Dancers of Japan
- Liberal Arts Career Development (Purdue University; West Lafayette, IN)
- Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (various locations)
- Living Accommodation Charges Directive (Canada)
- Los Angeles Club of the Deaf (Los Angeles, CA)
- Lost Arrow Climbing Division (clothing company)
- Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (California)
- Los Angeles County Drainage Area (California)
- Latin American Career Development Centre (London, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She was named 1999 Woman of the Year by the Los Angeles County Commission for Women, received The Namaste Spirit Award 2003 from the Namaste Interfaith Center, the 2004 Mordecai Kaplan Award for Distinguished Service by the University of Judaism, and was recently honored by the Jennifer Diamond Foundation.
The Los Angeles County Commission for Women will present its Woman of the Year award at its March 11 luncheon.
Byline: City News Service The Los Angeles County Commission for Women announced Tuesday the dozen women it will honor March 8 at the 14th annual Women of the Year Awards luncheon.
Cal State Northridge President Blenda Wilson and Encino cosmetics company founder Victoria Jackson were among 12 women honored Monday by the Los Angeles County Commission for Women for outstanding contributions to the community.
Bruce, a radio talk show host and a member of the Los Angeles County Commission for Women, said Monday she will continue to serve on the Los Angeles chapter's board.