"Strengthen and enhance the community by harnessing the power of unity through service"

About Us

AALO is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a dynamic environment for the discussion of key issues facing African American communities in the San Fernando Valley, Antelope Valley and Greater Los Angeles.

For the Community

AALO is a non-profit resource organization that works with community members and its leaders to provide a dynamic environment for dialogue on key issues.


Every year AALO hosts the MLK Breakfast for the community and celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. and his accomplishments. They also participate in events all other the San Fernando Valley to promote their dedication to the African American community.


AALO strives to unify the voices of African Americans concerning issues in their communities. We partner with organizations and partners to keep community members aware of resources, events, and programs to develop sustainable solutions for the challenges these communities face.


AALO is dedicated to community awareness. Whether you are looking for a story to brighten your day or want to learn about our ongoing interactions with the community, our news section is the perfect way to stay informed.


AALO strives to keep community members and organizations informed by providing insights and information on how we actively work with communities to improve social justice, education, and advocacy for African Americans.

Robert Winn Headshot

Thank you for visiting our website. I hope the information you find here will be helpful. The African American Leadership Organization has served the community since 2008 and our priority is the well-being of the families we serve.

It has been a difficult year. As COVID-19 continues to spread across the country and world, many of us are feeling stress and a sense of helplessness about the situation. My thoughts and prayers go out to the many families who have lost loved ones during this pandemic. So many things have changed because of this coronavirus outbreak. Quarantines, wearing masks, sanitizing, business failures, job losses, and social distancing are now a part of our world.

I believe there are better days ahead. We will continue to advocate, seek funding opportunities, and secure resources for families that are most in need. AALO stands with the community as we move forward to reclaim a brighter future. I wish a safe, healthy, and prosperous future for everyone.

Robert Winn, President & CEO

Los Angeles County Public Health AAIMM committee