Rosalinda Martinez, staff member for the Whitewater Unified School District and a member of Whitewater Unites Lives, was awarded the WUL Hometown Hero Award on Wednesday, “For her devoted dedication to the families of Whitewater during the COVID-19 Crisis and beyond, helping to provide basic needs and resources as well as delivering loving care to families in need.”
Rosalinda said, “I am blessed to know so many resources to help families and students. I’m so happy to be a middle person to help those in need. I just love how everyone is coming together. It’s amazing!”
“Rosalinda Martinez is a beacon of hope for students and families in Whitewater. On a daily basis, Ms. Martinez gives her all to support the needs of the community while inspiring our youth to dream big and chase those dreams. Rosie’s compassion, courage, skill, work ethic, and altruism are unparalleled. Congratulations Ms. Martinez on your much deserved Hometown Hero Award,” said Director of Pupil Services for the Whitewater Unified School District Lanora Heim.
WUL (Whitewater Unites Lives) is a locally-focused civil and human rights group that works to connect the people in our community and to create opportunities for all people to learn and support each other in our common humanity.
Anyone who would like to nominate a local hero of any age should send their nomination, with a short description, to email@example.com