The Chamber's Global Initiatives Council convened for the first session of the year to hear from John Murphy, senior vice president for international policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The Education & Workforce Development Council's February meeting featured a discussion between Michael Yudin, principal of the Raben Group; Jennie Murray, director of integration programs at the National Immigration Forum; and Paola Santana, senior director of education and workforce development for the Chamber, on a variety of important federal policy and appropriation issues.
The Energy, Water & Environmental Sustainability Council welcomed Councilwoman Nury Martinez at its February meeting. In addition, a panel made up of representatives from the County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles' Department of Sanitation, Tetra Tech and Carollo Engineers discussed the Measure W program.
Chamber President & CEO Maria Salinas joined our Mobility 21 public and private sector partners for their annual legislative day to support transportation in Southern California.
Last Friday's Health Care Council featured Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian, who highlighted key items in the Governor's budget that would impact health care.
Last night, the Chamber and Presenting Sponsor Edison International joined more than 1,700 of the region's top business, civic and political leaders for our 131st Inaugural Dinner.
On Wednesday, the Government & Fiscal Affairs Council welcomed the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder and County Clerk, Dean Logan, who updated the Chamber on changes to the L.A. County Voting System in 2020.
The Accenture Pancakes & Politics Breakfast Speaker Series kicked off 2019 last Friday with Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas kicked off the first leg of the Chamber's listening tour, joining Make in LA Partner Carmen Palafox at Toolbox LA in Chatsworth for a fireside chat.