Local business owner and chair of state commission on women and girls to run for Temecula City Council seat

Dr. Alisha Wilkens. Valley News/Alisha Wilkens courtesy photo
A second hat has been thrown into the ring for the Temecula City Council district seat that 21-year council member Mike Naggar announced he would not seek this year.Dr. Alisha Wilkins, a local business owner who also currently serves as chair of the state of California’s Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, will run for the city’s District 2 council seat this November. Wilkens made the announcement in a statement sent to Valley News.Wilkins, an organizational psychologist, is the founder of Hera Hub Temecula, a women-focused business accelerator.According to her statement, she has 20 years of experience in public affairs and government relations. Her bio on Hera Hub Temecula’s website says she was previously the owner of campaign strategy firm Empire Consulting Gr
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