Jackie Dupont Walker

Ward Economic Development Corporation

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Community developer and President of Ward Economic Development Corporation, focusing on Mid-Wilshire and South Los Angeles; Account Manager for RLA responsible for urban development initiatives (1992)

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South Los Angeles will be more connected -- quite literally — when the new Expo Line opens to much fanfare this coming weekend.

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South Los Angeles will be more connected -- quite literally — when the new Expo Line opens to much fanfare this coming weekend.

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