Maria S. Salinas attends first Future of Work convening

L.A. Area Chamber

September 13, 2019

This week, Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas traveled to Sacramento to attend the first meeting of the Future of Work Commission. The event featured remarks from California Labor Secretary Julie Su and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Chief of Staff Ann O’Leary, and was held to set goals and expectations for the commission.

The Future of Work Commission was recently formed by the governor to address issues of economic access and opportunity, income inequality and wealth disparity across the state. The commission is made up of leaders in business, labor, education and government, and will develop concrete action steps to tackle these issues for California’s future workforce. Read the governor's announcement and our press release on Salinas' appointment to the commission.

Total Votes: 0 Avg Vote: 0



Leave a Comment

Comments submitted are subject to review by the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce prior to posting. The Chamber reserves the right to monitor and withhold comments that include personal, offensive, potentially libelous or copyright protected language, materials or links. Only comments relevant to the topic will be posted. Comments posted must have a valid email address. View our full terms & conditions.


Each week, the Chamber’s award-winning email newsletter, L.A. Business This Week, serves up a snapshot of the Chamber’s activities, covering the names and faces at the Chamber and the Chamber’s work in the community. Subscribe today to keep up-to-the-minute on what’s seen and heard at the L.A. Area Chamber.

View past editions