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Ambassador Katherine Tai was sworn in as U.S. Trade Representative and is the first trade representative since the George W. Bush administration to be approved unanimously by the Senate. In her first month, she already met with her Canadian and Mexican counterparts to follow up on the implementation of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada new trilateral agreement (USMCA). […]

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Curious about delving deeper but are not sure which program is right for you? We are accepting applications for Influence and Advance through this Friday. Learn about two of our leadership development programs below. We created our Influence for our region’s C-level and senior executives to take the “Crash-Course on San Diego!” Influence covers a variety […]

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Our partners have opportunities to get involved in our region and are looking for knowledgeable and driven individuals to fill those spots. Explore the available positions below. Are you a medical professional with skills in environmental / community/ occupational/ toxicological medicine or a community member looking to broaden your leadership horizon? The San Diego County Air […]

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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. Ben Moraga (Impact 2010), Betsy Brennan (Impact 2006 & Influence 2018), and Supervisor Nora Vargas (Impact 2006) now serve as Board Members on the Regional Continuum of Care […]

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You are invited to a VIRTUAL Reception for an opportunity to meet with Rotarians to learn more about San Diego Rotary. Where: Online via Zoom When: Thursday, June 10 Time: 11:00 – 11:55am Please register for the reception by June 4. Then stay and join at noon via a separate Zoom link for our weekly […]

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Applications are now available for our flagship program. Impact is designed for mid- to senior-level managers focusing on the issues and industries that are part of our region’s DNA. Impact includes monthly workshops featuring unique access to a variety of top community leaders who educate participants on what makes San Diego tick, the industries that […]

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The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has provided updated vaccine guidance for employers. In summary, the fact sheet clarifies that yes, employers can require employees to get a COVID vaccine. However it does state that protected classes must remain free from harassment, and that accommodations must be made to certain extents. The fact […]

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The state’s tier-based system that dictates the level of restrictions for businesses and schools may be getting an addition soon: a green-tier that is essentially an “all systems go” standard where the virus is in total retreat. As of now, the tiers that a county could possibly land in are purple (most restrictive), red (less), […]

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Despite mortgage rates being near all-time lows, one of the biggest challenges in buying a new home is the upfront costs. Bank of America’s Community Homeownership Commitment addresses this barrier by providing grants toward down payment and closing costs, along with low down payment mortgage options.  Initially launched in 2019, Bank of America has already helped nearly 21,000 […]

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Mexican Congress passed an energy bill that will change the distribution rules under which electricity is fed to the power system. Specifically, the bill prioritizes energy plants owned and operated by the Federal Electricity Commission, followed by solar, wind, and combined cycle stations owned by private entities. As a result, no new renewable energy projects […]

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