All Peoples Board of Directors


Richard Sundeen is completing his term of office with All Peoples Board serving for the past 10 years. Rich is professor emeritus from Price School of Public Policy at USC. Rich has been instrumental in recruiting new board members with skills and talents necessary for the agency’s success. He kept the board abreast of literature involving the ever changing non-profit landscape. We also could count on Rich to volunteer with agency events bringing his camera to capture memories.



Anton Harper has been involved with All Peoples for more than 30 years. He is employed with Transamerica Life Insurance who previously sponsored Christmas parties for All Peoples youth. Anton joined the Board of Directors 10 years ago. He has served as Treasurer, Vice Chairperson and Chairperson. We will miss his counsel, fiscal oversight and great sense of humor. Thank you Anton for your service.

Successful organizations rely on Board members to be engaged and provide governance, leadership and a vision for the future. We have been blessed to have Anton and Rich as board members. We are not saying good-bye, but looking forward to continue our work with them in new capacities. Thank you for your service.


Founded in 1942, to sustain a community decimated by the internment of its largely Japanese-American residents, All Peoples has been a hub of vital resources for a neighborhood that has changed from Japanese-American, to African-American, to Latino today.  All Peoples has been the very heart of a community, roughly defined by the 90011 area code and home to 130,000 people, just southwest of downtown Los Angeles.  The Center serves hundreds of people of all ages, six days a week, with an extensive menu of educational, financial literacy, health empowerment, and family support programs at its facility just southwest of downtown Los Angeles.  Give us a call today at (213) 747-6357, or Email to find out how you can get involved!  Real Solutions, Real Heart, Real Service to South LA since 1942.



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