I’ve been affiliated with HFH GLA for five years and it gives me an enormous sense of satisfaction when any of our colleagues choose to work with this organization. Beyond the act of doing something for people in need, it’s about being a part of a community that works together for the greater good — something that is sadly missing from modern society. This year the La Cienega Design Quarter continued their tradition of honoring the work of HFH GLA by donating approximately $26,000 of the proceeds from the 2014 Legends event ticket sales to support the work of this great organization.
The Power Women Power Tools event is a pretty spectacular event that attracts a diverse set of women all out to give back to local families in need. Alissa was undoubtedly a perfect addition to the cast of characters on hand for the event. Here’s a little more about the event directly from HFH GLA:
Power Women Power Tools (PWPT) is an annual invitation‐only, all‐women build event hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles and is a part of our Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity program. Women from all walks of life come together during this special build event to build homes for families and individuals in need of decent, sustainable and affordable housing. Many of the volunteers at PWPT are corporate executives from Fortune 500 companies, faith community leaders and elected officials, production companies, and the music industry, as well as the cast and crew of several TV shows and feature films. Every year the event attracts women who join together to make a difference building homes and leave feeling inspired and empowered.
Alissa Sutton, a residential and commercial designer has worked on a variety of projects in multiple states including, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Montana, and Florida.
Her projects include posh lofts, exquisite estates, lush vacation homes, elite jewelry stores, hip and modern auto dealerships, and a professional headquarters for national mergers and acquisition firm, just to name a few.
In addition, her works span a myriad of styles customized to meet her high-end clienteles individuality and desires.
Her formal 4-year college education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design, and various studies in modern and traditional architecture and interiors.
Join us in congratulating Alissa on a job well done and help us in encouraging more people to take part in events like this as well as the many others that HLA hosts throughout the year. For more information on HFH GLA and their events, click here. Also, please consider make a donation to HFH GLA by clicking here.