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New member profile: Lucille Ramirez

August 3, 2012

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Say hello to Lucille Ramirez! You may remember her as Lucille Boss from the Rotaract Club of Santa Barbara. Get to know her a little better.
What would you choose for your last meal?

Lobster quesadilla from Los Arroyos.

Why did you decide to join Rotary?

It’s a great way to leverage service.

What are one or two things you hope to do as a Rotarian?

Leverage (wo)manpower and funding.

Where did you go to college?

Santa Barbara City College, Cal Lutheran, CSUN

What did you study in college?

Organizational leadership and public administration

What was your most interesting job and why?

My current job, because I get to connect people and organizations (of Gladwell’s connector/maven/salesman theory). I’m a connector and a maven (information specialist). I get to use all of my skills, and I’m challenged!

What do you do now?

Volunteer Program Coordinator for SBCEO (Partners in Education)

What’s your favorite part of your current job?

I’m challenged to use all of my skills every single day

Cats or dogs?

I grew up with cats, but I love pit bulls.

Best book you’ve read or movie you’ve seen in the past year?

Blake Mycoskie’s book Start Something That Matters. It was interesting to me because I’m not really immersed in the business world and it gave me a great perspective.

Magazines you subscribe to?

Women’s Health and Good Housekeeping (both gifts)

Where’s your favorite place on earth?

Santa Barbara!

What’s your next adventure?

Buying a home!

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