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LEADers On The Move

We enjoy seeing what our graduates are doing and how they are making an impact on the world. Share your good news with us via email: lead@sdchamber.org. Impact graduate Alison Bushan (16) is now the Director of Special Events for the University of San Diego. Impact graduate Scotty Lombardi (15) is now the Director of […]

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LEADers On The Move

We enjoy seeing what our graduates are doing and how they are making an impact on the world. Share your good news with us via email: lead@sdchamber.org. Advance class of 2021 graduate Andrea Caldwell now serves as Director, Government Relations of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance. Impact class of 2017 graduate Jenna Harris now serves […]

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LEADers On The Move

We enjoy seeing what our graduates are doing and how they are making an impact on the world. Share your good news with us via email: lead@sdchamber.org. Influence 2012 graduate Clark Crawford is now the General Manager & Vice President, Business Development Hydrogen Americas for GKN Hydrogen. Impact 2022 participant Ellyn Caprara is now the […]

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In 2012, Chula Vista voters approved legislation to create four geographic city council districts within the City of Chula Vista. Redistricting is required by law to occur every decade, following the census, to redraw boundaries for the four city council districts. Input from residents is compiled and considered by the Chula Vista Redistricting Commission for […]

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CalChamber and its coalition partners, including the New Car Dealers Association and Western Growers, have filed the “Californians for Fair Pay and Employer Accountability Act” with the Office of the Attorney General. PAGA, or California’s Private Attorneys General Act, has long been a controversial process by which employees can directly sue their employers for wage […]

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Baja Election Updates

Five new mayors took office across Baja this month, including Montserrat Caballero as the first elected female mayor in Tijuana’s history. Mayor Caballero was also voted Chair of the Baja Municipal Committee which aims to increase collaboration across the state. The first item on their agenda is to work with the Federal Commission of Electricity […]

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After more than 18 months of travel restrictions impacting our land ports of entry, the U.S. announced that fully vaccinated travelers from Canada and Mexico will be able to enter the country by land or ferry starting November 8. In addition, starting January 2022, all inbound foreign travelers crossing into the U.S. – whether for […]

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On October 26, the Chamber will host our first Chamber Summit of 2021, convening business groups, chambers, and business improvement districts from across the region to share best practices and learn about pressing policy priorities identified by our Policy Team. The Chamber previously hosted these events quarterly but retired them in 2016. Following the upheaval […]

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We are proud to welcome 44 of our region’s best and brightest into this year’s Impact cohort! Over the next 10 months, we will share in full-day workshops with regional experts on the issues and industries that are part of our region’s DNA, what makes San Diego tick, the industries that power us, and the […]

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48 individuals across various sectors and communities make up this year’s Advance Class of 2021. Throughout the twelve sessions, the cohort undergoes tailored coaching, mentorship, and skill building while having the chance to connect with fellow female executives, building lifelong relationships with inspiring leaders who will change the face of the region’s business, government and […]

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