Anna Kanianthra who is an immigrant came to US about 50 years ago. She fulfilled her own dream and served the low-income multicultural community in Fairfax VA for 35 years. Fairfax county Women Infant and Children (WIC) program was one of the best social programs in the State. WIC participation grew by 76%; Clinic sites increased by 125%; WIC funding increased by 483%, and WIC staff increased by 225%. The success of this program was in a large measure due to her being a passionate and creative leader along with a dedicated, multicultural staff that served the multicultural community in Fairfax, VA. Her research showed that the Fairfax community is better off because of the service provided through the WIC program. The program evaluation showed that 32% of infants were breastfed in Fairfax compared to 26%, nationally. On average 67% of children achieved or maintained a healthy weight, and 89% of children maintained a healthy iron status. Due to this program, WIC families received over 10 million food dollars, annually. It is clear that Women Infant and Children program is an example of a "Community Based Participatory Model Intervention" program that made a long-term positive impact on families and children who lived in the Fairfax community.