Pasadena Jaycee Foundation

The Pasadena Jaycee Foundation was launched in 1994 to provide funding support for the community service activities of the Pasadena Jaycees, an organization for young professionals that has been serving the community of Pasadena since 1929. Each year the Jaycees engage in service projects that are designed to preserve and enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth, families, and seniors in the greater Pasadena area.

Foundation Members

Cheryl Pool
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Mrs. Pool is a Clinical Laboratory Scientist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She served as Vice President of the Pasadena Jaycees.

Scott Pool
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Mr. Pool is a pilot for Delta Airlines. He served as the 84th President of the Pasadena Jaycees and is currently on the California Jaycee Board.

Jessica Wehbe
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Mrs. Wehbe is a program manager at Flight Safety International in Long Beach. She served as the 88th President of the Pasadena Jaycees, and is a current member of the Tournament of Roses.

Mike Wehbe
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Mr. Wehbe is a realtor at Compass Real Estate in Pasadena. He served as the 87th President of the Pasadena Jaycees, and is a current member of the Tournament of Roses.

Natalie Andres
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Ms. Andres runs her graphic and web design business, Hole Punch Design, in Los Feliz. She served as the 89th President of the Pasadena Jaycees. She is also a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for foster youth.

Irene Guillen
Chapter Liaison
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Ms. Guillen is a Claims Technical Expert for the Social Security Administration. She is currently Membership Vice President on the Pasadena Jaycees Board and serves as the Chapter Liaison to the Foundation. She has previously held the positions of Executive Vice President and Community Director for the Pasadena Jaycees.

The Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce Foundation does not and shall not discriminate internally (in its administrative and program operations) or externally (in its recipients of services) on the basis of race, political orientation, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or mental or physical disability or any other status prohibited by applicable law in the United States.