Join the fun and become a La Visionaria Guild member! Come check us out at one of our Member Mixers or Membership meetings.
La Visionaria Mixers
We host quarterly La V Mixers at locations throughout Fresno & Clovis. See our Home Page for upcoming events!
We meet on the 1st Tuesday of each month
Social/ Networking 5:30pm
See our Fundraiser page for more information.
While La Visionaria Guild members have certain requirements to help keep the Guild growing strong in the future, we have several membership opportunities to fit your interest.
1. Active Membership
2. Sustaining Member
3. Inactive Membership
4. Life Membership
5. Honorary Membership
President: Dallas Selling
Vice President: Lisa Bishop
Secretary: Krystal Bennett
Sr. Treasurer: Melanie Willoughby
Sr. Coordinating Council Rep: Barbara Aguirre
Jr. Coordinating Council Rep: Brittan Wallace
Sr. Fund Development: Karen Gill
Jr. Fund Development: Kelsey Crusha
Membership Chair: Jessica Drew
Public Relations Chair: Alli Davis
Hospitality Chair: Kailyn Rankin
2019 Active Members
"When I was four years old I began having seizures and my parents took me to Valley Children’s. I was in the hospital for one week and numerous tests were run before I was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder. I continued to receive great care, seeing a neurologist at Valley Children’s until I was eighteen years old. I am part of La Visionaria in order to give back to the hospital that gave me so much." – Kristin
"As an undergraduate at Fresno State I was a part of the Little Hero program at Valley Children’s. My “Little Hero” was a thirteen year old girl who was hit by a drunk driver. The accident left her paralyzed from the waist down with minimal use of her arms and one of her brothers was killed. In her condition she was always smiling and helped all those around her. I cannot recall one negative comment in four years. She was always so excited to spend time with me and each time I realized that she gave me more than I could ever give to her. She was my hero and pushes me to be a better person to this day." - Danielle
Faith Lisle Driscoll