Jan Pye Recognized as Woman of the Year in Riverside County’s 4th District

Desert Hot Springs Mayor Pro Tem, Jan Pye, received a notable honor from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, being named Woman of the Year in the Fourth Supervisorial District.

Supervisor Manuel Perez, representing the 4th District, personally selected Jan Pye for this prestigious recognition, aligning with Riverside County’s celebration of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. During the ceremony, Supervisor Perez recounted his first encounter with Pye 15 years ago and praised her exemplary leadership and steadfast service to the community.

In response, Pye graciously accepted the recognition, expressing heartfelt gratitude for the support of her colleagues, city officials, and the community. She emotionally shared her journey, recalling her grandmother’s influence and the values instilled in her.

Pye’s involvement in Desert Hot Springs dates back to 1998 when she relocated to provide her daughter with better educational opportunities and a safer environment. Since then, she has been an integral part of the community, serving on the City Council since 1999. Pye’s resilience and foresight played a crucial role in guiding the city through financial challenges and restoring stability.

In addition to her civic duties, Pye is actively engaged in numerous community organizations, advocating for various causes and mentoring youth across different platforms. With a background in business development and financial management, she brings a wealth of expertise to her endeavors, ensuring the well-being and prosperity of Desert Hot Springs residents.

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Pye’s unwavering commitment and dedication to public service have left an indelible mark on Riverside County’s 4th District, earning her the well-deserved recognition as Woman of the Year.

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