Joanna Luna: 40 Under Forty 2022 | PALM SPRINGS LIFE

Every four years, Palm Springs Life asks the community to nominate outstanding young leaders and professionals to the magazine’s prestigious 40 Under 40. From more than 100 nominations, our selection panel chose individuals who make a positive impact on our desert communities, offering their expertise and service at the highest levels, both professionally and philanthropically. This video series highlights our 2022 honorees.
Joanna Luna | HR Advantage; Founder, God Beauty Love
Helping people lies at the heart of Joanna Luna’s human resources career and had led her to create a nonprofit to assist women diagnosed with breast cancer.
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The city was once a frontier town. But, after World War II, it became a haven for rich retirees, snowbirds, and celebrities. And in the 1960s, the town became a popular spring-break destination, and he and Cher formed the iconic duo “Cher.” Today, the town is home to many year-round residents.

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