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California Business Roundtable

ORGANIZATION

"The California Business Roundtable is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization composed of chief executive officers of leading California businesses. Since 1976, the Roundtable has provided essential leadership on high-priority public policy issues. Through its 'big picture', proactive focus on key business issues, combined with the prestige and influence of its members, the Roundtable is a powerful and compelling advocate for a strong economy and a healthy business climate in California."

Official Website:
http://www.cbrt.org/

Location:
Sacramento, CA

Founding Date:
1976

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James F. Albaugh
Business
31-May-1950   EVP at Boeing
John E. Bryson
Business
24-Jul-1943   US Secretary of Commerce, 2011-12
R. Chad Dreier
Business
c. 1948   CEO of Ryland Homes
Donald E. Felsinger
Business
c. 1948   CEO of Sempra Energy
Sam Ginn
Business
c. 1938   CEO of Airtouch Communications, 1993-99
Bruce Karatz
Business
1945   CEO of KB Home, 1986-2006
James T. Morris
Business
11-Jan-1960   CEO of Pacific Life
Philip M. Neal
Business
1940   CEO of Avery Dennison, 1998-2005
Lew Platt
Business
11-Apr-1941 8-Sep-2005 CEO of Hewlett-Packard, 1992-99
Gregory L. Quesnel
Business
c. 1949   CEO of CNF, 1998-2004
Philip J. Quigley
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Pacific Telesis, 1994-97
John G. Stumpf
Business
1953   CEO of Wells Fargo
Thomas C. Sutton
Business
1942   CEO of Pacific Life, 1990-2007
James R. Ukropina
Attorney
1937   Former Partner, O'Melveny & Myers
D. Van Skilling
Business
c. 1934   CEO of Experian, 1996-99


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