Culture, Sport, and Education Officer – Josef Sequar
Public Relationship and Services Officer - Zerai Berhane
Akberet Eyasu, Board Member
Hadas Goitom, Board Member
MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD
Welcome to the United Eritrean Association (UEA) of the Los Angeles County and Surrounding Areas website.
Ahead of us, there are multiple tasks and heavy workloads that need to be tackled. The current and future tasks compel the UEA to initiate baby-steps to fulfill our vision, mission, and objectives. For the UEA to be effective and successful, it is crucial that parents, the youth, well-wishers of the UEA, and the larger Eritrean community to get involved in the community affairs. Actionable programs, work plans, and creative concepts can only succeed with the full participation of the Eritrean community.
The UEA Board believes that there are untapped knowledge and resources in our community that are awaiting for our collective action. These vast knowledge and experiences are essential for our growth and progress, and will provide valuable contribution to the Board and to the Eritrean community. UEA members have the opportunity to advice the Board on the direction of the UEA, on setting up short- and long-term projects, career development programs for the youth, preparing students for bright future, promoting and advocating the importance of community-based activities, and other relevant activities/projects.
Just to highlight few important points:
Our mission today remains the same as that of years ago: To bring together and nurture our community for unity, for a brighter future of our children and ourselves.
Our principle remains persistent and unchanged: Our communal goals and our children are our bright future.
Together, we will create a center that provides linguistically and culturally appropriate services to the Eritrean community at large and much more.
Our community needs unselfish, hardworking, and committed individuals who can contribute their time and energy towards the community mission.
Let us together create a strong and unshakable foundation today for a bright future!
The Board pledges and affirms its dedication to serve the community.
The UEA Board would like to thank you the previous Board and UEA active members for their tenacity, steadfastness, and determination in safeguarding the UEA by investing their energy, time, and resources. Thank you The UEA Board
Do you edit articles? No. We just read them before we publish to make sure that the posting guidelines are observed.
What does an article include for the purpose of publishing at the UEA website? Written stories, news, relevant info for the Eritrean community, art, paint, cartoons, short video clips, audio, poem, jokes (except those in poor taste) etc.
Can you publish in other Eritrean languages? Yes, we will do our best. We encourage Eritreans to write in any of the Eritrean languages and English languages they are comfortable with and we will do our best to publish them. The articles should be sent in PDF format.
Do you have criteria for publishing an article? Yes, but very subjective. We would like to publish articles that are important and relevant to our community, well-written, and insightful.
Any specific format? Yes: MS Word or PDF file format. Black ink. If you want, you can include graphics, pictures, diagrams, tables etc…
Do I need to provide my name and contact info? Yes (contact info will not be published.) We cannot publish an article without the author’s name and contact info. If needed, at the sole request of the author, we can allow you to use a pen name and we will protect your privacy (we will not publish your name and contact info).