Inland Empire, CA –During Tuesday’s Diversity Professional’s 4th Annual Women of Excellence Awards ceremony, Jasmin A. Hall, Inland Empire Utilities Agency’s (IEUA) Board President was presented with their 2021 Women of Excellence Leadership Award.

The Women of Excellence Awards was established by Diversity Professional magazine in 2017 to celebrate extraordinary women of diversity who operate at the highest level of excellence in their businesses, careers, communities and organizations. This award recognizes women who have achieved professional excellence in their field, have proven successful and impactful within their profession/industry and who are active in community service or organizational involvement.

Hall was recognized for her outstanding professional excellence, achievements and contributions to her community. She has a proven track record of growth, success and influence in her profession, as well as maintains a passion for and commitment to the small business community.

“I am humbled to receive such an important award that encompasses the values of diversity, leadership, empowerment, professional excellence, and inclusion,” said Hall. “As a representative for the Inland Empire community and as President of the IEUA Board, I am committed to supporting initiatives that provide information, access and opportunity. As reinforced by all of the Diversity Professional award winners, it is imperative to use leadership as a tool to help others succeed.”

Hall has been on the IEUA Board since 2013 and currently serves as Board President. She serves on multiple committees and is the Agency’s representative to the California Association of Sanitation Agencies – where she currently serves as Vice President, the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority Commission – where she currently serves as Chair, and Association of California Water Agencies among others.  Hall has extensive experience in community leadership and has served as the Fontana Planning Commission Secretary and as Chairwoman for the Fontana Parks and Recreation Commission.

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