The Inspirational Women of the San Fernando Valley award recognizes women who have been an inspiration while trailblazing on a path to making the San Fernando Valley a better place. The committee seeks nominations from across all industries, including for profit, non-profit, education, government, and law enforcement. The selection committee, made up of members from the business and non-profit community, reviews over 50 nominations each year, of which five honorees are selected.
The 6th class of Inspirational Women Honorees include: Georgianna Junco-Kelman, Kim Goldberg-Roth, Lydia Floyd, Rachel Sumekh, and Miri Rossitto
"Kim Goldberg-Roth, LMFT is the executive director of Strength United a chartered center of California State University Northridge and a passionate advocate for all of those affected by child maltreatment, domestic abuse and or sexual assault.
As a CSUN faculty member and principal investigator, Goldberg-Roth has been instrumental in developing and establishing a "host" environment for faculty research and student's education achievement providing educators and students the opportunity to excel in their chosen field.
Goldberg-Roth has continued to uplift the needs of victims, particularly the most vulnerable; children, LGBTQIA+, disabled and marginalized ethnically diverse communities.
Goldberg-Roth has held positions with the California Family Justice Center Network, Los Angeles Family Justice Center Initiative, Los Angeles Housing Authority Services - Violence Against Women Act Taskforce, and the Violence Against Women Taskforce on Polyvictimization."
Kim Goldberg-Roth Chosen as 6th Annual Inspirational Women Honoree
January 8, 2021
The United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley has chosen Kim Goldberg-Roth as a 6th Annual Inspirational Women honoree.