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California Chamber of Commerce

TRADE ORGANIZATION

"We're the champion of California businesses, large and small. Our 15,000 members are a diverse group, ranging from companies like Mondavi Winery and the Walt Disney Corporation to local companies with a handful of employees. For more than 100 years, we’ve worked to make California a better place to do business by giving private-sector employers a voice in state politics and providing a full range of California-specific products and services."

Official Website:
http://www.calchamber.com/

Location:
Sacramento, CA

Founding Date:
1890

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert C. Dynes
Educator
8-Nov-1942   President, University of California, 2003-08
Wilford D. Godbold, Jr.
Business
c. 1939   CEO of ZERO Corporation, 1984-98
Thomas B. King
Business
c. 1962   CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Robert E. Mellor
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Building Materials Holding
Vivek Paul
Business
1958   Vice Chairman of Wipro, 1999-2005
William A. Roper, Jr.
Business
c. 1946   CEO of VeriSign
James M. Rosser
Educator
c. 1940   President, Cal State Los Angeles
Frederick R. Ruiz
Business
c. 1944   Ruiz Foods
Walter Shorenstein
Business
23-Feb-1915 24-Jun-2010 San Francisco real estate mogul
Vivian M. Stephenson
Business
c. 1937   COO of Williams-Sonoma, 2003-06
Thomas C. Sutton
Business
1942   CEO of Pacific Life, 1990-2007
James R. Ukropina
Attorney
1937   Former Partner, O'Melveny & Myers


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