TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce announced the election of six members to their 2020 board of directors. The ballots were sent to chamber members in October. The newly elected directors were installed at the January 2020 board meeting.
The 2020 newly elected board of directors are Cherise Manning, A Grape Escape Balloon Adventures; Tammy Marine, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley; Andrew Masiel Sr., Pechanga Development Corporation; Julie Ngo, Julie Ngo Agency State Farm Insurance; Jackie Steed, Reliable Realty – Jackie Steed, and Bernie Truax, Truax Management Group.
The 2020 board of director incumbents are Al Rubio, chairman of the board, DCH Auto Group Temecula; Kimberly Freize-Uhler, first vice chairman of the board, Clear Blue Promotions; Mike Noon, second vice chairman of the board, Noon & Associates CPA’s Inc.; Leslie Doherty, treasurer, Nigro & Nigro, PC; Donna San Miguel, secretary, California State University San Marcos; Brian Connors, past chairman of the board, Southwest Healthcare System; BJ Fazeli, Fazeli Cellars; Jeff Kurtz, Promenade Temecula; Dave Lester, Abbott; Soledad Escobedo, Pacific Western Bank; Peter Baker, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta; David Beshay, Corner Bakery Café; Kim Kelliher, Grapeline Wine Tours, and Linda Wunderlich, The Valley Business Journal.
“I am excited with the results of our election and the wonderful slate of board members who will be representing our chamber membership during 2020,” Rubio said. “Our new board members will help our chamber continue its mission to promote positive economic growth while protecting the business environment throughout the valley. They are all well-recognized industry leaders who understand how to create real change that sustains the economic growth and lifestyle we have seen in our community.”
The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is a member-based, nonprofit organization serving over 1,000 businesses in the community. Since 1966, the mission of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is to promote positive economic growth while protecting the environment for all businesses and by doing so, support the programs which preserve and improve the quality of life for the entire community.
To learn more about the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, visit www.temecula.org or call (951) 676-5090.
Submitted by Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce.