Vikki Luna is the founder and CEO of The Light-House Recovery Program.
Since 2007, the faith-based program has served women recovering from drug and
alcohol abuse. The Light-House is community supported and receives no
government assistance for recovery services. To train women in workplace skills and help the
organization financially, in 2015 Vikki created two businesses, Light-WEAR,
an apparel line, and Cornerstone Coffee Company.
Criminology is Vikki's field of study. She worked in the juvenile
institution and substance abuse services, where her vision for The
Light-House was born. Vikki's passion is to help hurting women discover who
they are and whose they are in Christ. Over eighty percent of the women who
go through the program are successful in their recovery and go on to live
rich, meaningful lives. Vikki empowers women to be all they can be to help
strengthen the next generation.
Vikki serves on the advisory committee for Center for Community
Transformation at Fresno Pacific University. She is a member of Hispanic
Foundation, Polka Dot, and Fresno Women's Network. She Co-Hosted Angels of
the Light Podcast and posts Vikki's 2 Minute Tip every week on Facebook and YouTube.
Vikki was born and raised in Fresno, California where she lives with her
husband, Manuel of 27 years; together they have two children. She was gifted three
additional children and four grandchildren. She has been a member of
Cornerstone church for 26 years, an inner city and diverse church in
downtown Fresno where she credits most of her life training. She serves as
the first female Deacon in her congregation.