The long standing slogan of the association has been "Business is our Business". The Executives Association of Long Beach (EALB) was founded in 1922. It is an association of Long Beach business executives, each of whom represents his or her respective firm at the management level.
The Long Beach Executives Association is a member of the International Executives Association, a worldwide group of similar associations. It is not a service club, a social group or fraternal order. The EALB is a networking group for business owners and high level executives. It has but one unique objective: to capture the natural bond of common interest which exists between business executives and by regular weekly meetings, develop and enjoy a brand of fellowship conducive to the creation of additional and profitable business for all its members.
It does not require its members to patronize each other, but it does provide opportunities for each member to promote their products or services and it can open doors that otherwise are closed to desired business. Members of the EALB often consider the association as an extension of their own business or profession.
Location: The Grand
Time: 12pm - 1:15pm
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On Monday, August 29th the Executives Association of Long Beach met for the their weekly luncheon to hear from Julia LaPlount of Senior Helpers.
On Monday, June 14th the Executives Association of Long Beach met for their weekly meeting to hear from Julia LaPlount of Senior Helpers.
On Monday, May 4th the Executives Association of Long Beach met for their weekly meeting to hear from Julia LaPlount of Senior Helpers.
Senior Helpers was founded in 2002 after several firsthand experiences in caring for family members. There were needs that were not being filled properly by other companies. One important fact was most seniors prefer to age in their own homes rather than move into an unfamiliar institution. Unfortunately most seniors did not have access to well-trained, dependable and affordable in-home care. This was the mission-driven spark that started Senior Helpers.
Julia LaPlount has lived in Long Beach for 56 years and is committed to provided exceptional services to her clients based on her experiences being employed for 38 years at Rancho Research Institue, Inc., a non-profit research and education center located at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey. She was CEO for the last 20 years.
Julia provided oversight for the Adult Daycare Center for Alzheimer's and Dementia for 18 years and assisted in the development of the Don Knabe Wellness Center for the aging and disabled at Rancho.
The commitment to provide the best care to clients and to provide support to the families, comes from her own person experiences. She is familiar with working with public agencies and wants to make an important contribution to the well-being of their clients and families.