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A business owner and a community advocate with an expertise working as a professional in the field of water management and consulting, Fauzia Rizvi joined Western’s Board of Directors in December 2020. Ms. Rizvi represents Division 5, which includes the City of Corona, Home Gardens, El Cerrito, and a portion of Temescal Canyon.
Director Rizvi serves on Western’s Murrieta Advisory and Corona/Norco Ad Hoc Committee. She is also Western’s representative on the Temescal Valley Municipal Advisory Council and the Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority, and serves as Vice-Chair on the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority. In addition, Director Rizvi serves on the joint committees of Elsinore Valley and Rancho California Water Districts.
Director Rizvi is heavily involved in the community, serving many years as a parent-teacher association member, working for the Interfaith Coalition, and volunteering for organizations such as the Corona Norco Interfaith Association, Beloved Corona and Cops & Clergy, to name a few. She was the first woman elected to be on the executive board for the Islamic Society for Corona Norco.
Director Rizvi is currently serving as a Board member and Interfaith Chair for the Islamic Shura Council of Southern California, and as a member on the Riverside Community College District’s Citizens Bond Oversight Committee. She is also the President of For the People Taskforce, which is a non-profit organization helping people with food insecurity and utility debt throughout the Inland Empire.
Director Rizvi is a long-time resident of the City of Corona, where she lives with her husband and three children.
Her current term on the Western Board of Directors expires in December 2024.