Active, heartfelt support from Los Angeles leaders.

“It was clear to me in an instant that LA’s BEST changes lives, and I wanted to be a part of that." – Christopher D. Dusseault, Chair, LA's BEST Board of Directors

They give of themselves, enlist and engage their companies and employees, and connect us to their families and friends — all in support of LA’s BEST students and families. They are true believers, and our best supporters and ambassadors.

“LA’s BEST changes lives. It changes the lives of the thousands of kids who have a safe place to learn, play and grow every day after school. It changes the lives of the families who can go about their jobs and daily lives with the knowing that their kids are safe, happy and thriving. It changes the lives of the people in the communities we serve, making those communities safer and developing a new generation of confident, inquisitive young people who are educated, engaged, and know the value of giving back. And it changes the lives of those of us who are fortunate enough to work with and support LA’s BEST to make sure that we preserve and advance an afterschool program that is a model for the nation and one of the crown jewels of our great city. I hope that you will join me, and all of the members of our three boards, in supporting the vitally important work LA’s BEST does every day. There is much to be done, and no better cause for which to do it.” – Chistopher D. Dusseault, Chair, LA’s BEST Board of Directors

Alberto Diaz, Board member and LAX Chief Pilot for United Airlines, shares his passion for flying with LA's BEST students.
BEST Friends Board Members and guests at the Friends's fundraising event, unWINEd.

LA's BEST has three boards providing critical support to our program:

The Board of Directors is responsible for governance of the organization and private fundraising.

The Advisory Board is responsible for oversight of program quality and community partnerships.

The BEST Friends Board is responsible for engaging young professionals as donors and creating connections with students.