Susana Porras will leave her position as District 3 Liaison for a new position, Program Coordinator I for the Special Operations Division, created in the Pasadena Police Department.
By News Desk
There is arguably no friendlier smile in District 3 — than District 3 Liaison Susana Porras. Sources say her enthusiasm and energy for doing whatever possible to help the district is contagious. She loves the community she was born, educated, and raised in, but after five years as District 3 Liaison, Porras, will transition to a new position within the City of Pasadena.
Starting April 10, Susana will be the new Program Coordinator I for the Special Operations Division of the Pasadena Police Department, where she will assist in planning and coordinating a variety of comprehensive community and police youth programs and events.
“Working with both the late Honorable Councilmember John J. Kennedy and present Councilmember Justin L. Jones, has given me the advantage to learn more about my potential and how to affect positive change,” she added. Her new role involves creating strategies to boost community engagement which, she sees as an avenue to help residents connect to opportunities and resources.
And with her proactive personality, she feels called to this new position and plans to hit the ground running. “I’m looking at this season as a new chapter to do greater things at the grassroots level,” she said. Susana Porras is an author, amateur musician, travel blogger, community organizer and now Program Coordinator for the Pasadena Police Department, we are sure we will continue to see great things from her.
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