lance triggsThe largest African American publication in Los Angeles, The Wave, has named Lance William Triggs an Extraordinary Leader and one of the Most Influential African Americans in the city for 2013, in a special edition of LA Wave Magazine. 

Triggs, who serves as Operation HOPE’s Division President for HOPE Financial Dignity Centers and Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Market, was honored for his service to the community during the organization’s commemorative VIP ceremony, held at the California African American Museum last October.   

Among the special honorees were Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, Jr. recipient of the Mervyn Dymally Award; and County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, who received the Vanguard Award.

The Los Angeles Wave, founded in 1912, is the largest group of community newspapers in Los Angeles. Highly recognized for quality news, 1.2 million people make it their choice every week. With a reach that goes north to the Hollywood Hills, south to Carson, east to Whittier, and west to Culver City, the Wave is proud to be a part of the most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods in the greater Los Angeles area.

Staffers at the publication are committed to delivering the highest-quality journalism to its readers and top-notch customer service and marketing opportunities for clients. The Los Angeles Wave Publications Group is highly recognized for outstanding local and national news. Its timely reporting and professional commentary are the reasons thousands make the and their choice for up-to-the minute local news.   

The Wave Magazine Recognizes Lance Triggs as One of LA’s Most Influential African Americans in 2013 | Operation HOPE Blog.

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