GWEN MOORE HOMEGOING SERVICE
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About the Event
Moore was first elected to the state legislature in 1978 and served for 16 years until 1994, representing California’s 49th district
While serving in the Assembly, Moore, introduced over 400 bills that were signed into law. She also served as Majority Whip and was a member of a number of influential committees, including the Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee.
Moore was the architect and political force behind California General Order 156. It is a state supplier diversity program that has, over the years, strengthened and stabilized a number of California Black-owned, Women-owned and other minority-owned small businesses by helping them secure lucrative state contracts.
In lieu of flowers the family is encouraging donations to be made in memory of Gwen Moore to two of her special organizations:
The California Hawaii State NAACP
1215 K Street, Ste. 1609
Sacramento, CA 95814
The Los Angeles African American Women's Public Policy Institute (LAAAWPPI)
1087 S. Redondo Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
For whichever organization, please place on Memo line: In memory of Gwen Moore.