Jennifer was born and raised in East Whittier and resides near the Museum with her 3 handsome boys and husband of 12 years. Jennifer says the most rewarding time of her life was being a stay-at-home mom to raise her sons through their early years. Jennifer rejoined the workforce and became the Visitor Services Coordinator at the Museum in 2012. “This job works out perfectly for me and my family” says Jennifer. Working just minutes away from my home, Jennifer is able to be a dedicated baseball mom for her all-star players Rudy and Nathan! In her free time Jennifer enjoys attending church, sporting events (go Angels!), camping, fishing, and the beach.
Born and raised in La Habra, Raquel shares a special connection with the La Habra community. After teaching at an afterschool program for Kindergarteners, she realized that educating children was one of her many passions. When graduating from UCLA she returned home in 2017 to find work in her community and stumbled upon the Children’s Museum. Now serving as the Community Outreach Coordinator, she spends her days thinking of new educational programming for the Museum or in classrooms all across La Habra. You can find her wandering the galleries and taking pictures or at community events, doing some sort of craft or activity! When she’s not at the Museum she enjoys spending time with her dog, Buster, and her family. Passionate about connecting with the community, she encourages folks to say “hi!” when they see her inside and outside of the Museum!
Samira grew up and lives here in La Habra. She discovered her love for children while volunteering with the city where she was named 2016 youth of the year for the city of La Habra. She is also currently a princess on the Miss La Habra court. Samira is college student working towards a B.A. in psychology and social behavior. Her long term goal is to work with children in the future as a Child Psychologist.