Join us for the WVoP Networking Hour, where we invite strong members of the veteran community to come and speak about services available to all our veterans. We can all use the encouragement as well as information to help us understand the benefits that will support our best lives.
Aimee Pila-Bravo is the Director of the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative (LAVC) and the Expiration of Term of Service (ETS) program at Southern California Grantmakers.
She currently serves as a Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force Reserves. After transitioning from Active Duty, she pursued her higher education at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work with a concentration in Social Change and Innovation (SCI) and Military Social Work. Her passion to serve the veteran community grew as she co-facilitated the Los Angeles Veterans Orientation (LAVO), connecting transitioning service members through monthly in-person connections to local resources.
Returning from her second deployment in 2019, Aimee brought her clinical and macro expertise to the Los Angeles Veteran Collaborative and the new sponsorship program where she now facilitates a collective impact initiative for over 2,000 veteran service organizations throughout Los Angeles County.
Aimee brings a wealth of real-world experience and passion to her roles. She is newly married to an Army veteran (she believes in diversity) and has two fur babies who are equally as passionate about change within the veteran community.