Sacramento Host Breakfast
Jun
1
7:00 AM07:00

Sacramento Host Breakfast

For nearly 100 years, California business leaders have been coming to Sacramento to hear the Governor lay out his plans for the next year in economic policy.  Governor Brown, along with several other business leaders from across the state will provide insight into the direction of the State of California's economic future that is unique to this time honored event. 

The Sacramento Host Breakfast will be in the main auditorium of the Sacramento Convention Center which is just steps across the pedestrian mall from the Hyatt Regency.

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Sacramento Host Reception
May
31
5:30 PM17:30

Sacramento Host Reception

The California Host Reception regularly draws officials from nearly every consulate with offices in California, regularly over 90 countries, as well as the Governor for some introductory remarks.  This hosted reception is a wonderful opportunity to meet business and policy leaders from across the state in a stately, historic club that has been home to many political officials throughout the years including Governor Jerry Brown earlier in his political career.

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State Capitol Legislative Update
May
31
3:15 PM15:15

State Capitol Legislative Update

Sempra, the parent company for the Southern California Gas Company, will give a presentation on important business legislation in the State Capitol.  Their Sacramento updates and work with the Corona Chamber are always very informative and have been a key part of our success in Sacramento for years.

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David Wolfe, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
May
31
3:15 PM15:15

David Wolfe, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

As the legislative advocate for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, David Wolfe is the leading line of defense in the State Capitol for Proposition 13 and against efforts to increase taxes in California.  He is a frequent speaker to our Corona Sacramento Business Summit and his passionate insight into the workings of California's Legislature is an important part of our summit.

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Corona Transportation Summit
May
31
2:00 PM14:00

Corona Transportation Summit

The Cajalco Interchange project in South Corona is an unparalleled public private partnership success for the City of Corona, its partner agencies, RCTC, CalTrans, and the Federal Highway Administration, and The New Home Company, the developer of the Arantine Hills project.  The completion of this project more than 25 years early will create a national model for quality infrastructure development for a generation.

Summit participants will include:

Mark Watts, Legislative Advocate, Riverside County Transportation Commission

California Department of Transportation policy staff

State Senate Transportation Committee staff (invited)

Assembly Transportation Committee staff (invited)

 

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Corona Business Summit
May
31
1:45 PM13:45

Corona Business Summit

In a one of a kind opportunity to hear directly from the policy leaders who are driving the critical discussions that effect every California employer and employee, we will hear from a number of leaders in a face-to-face round table environment.  Hosted by Sempra Energy these sessions are not to be missed.

 

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California Business Summit and Lunch Hosted by the CalChamber
May
31
10:00 AM10:00

California Business Summit and Lunch Hosted by the CalChamber

The California Chamber of Commerce hosts the California Business Summit and will provide insight through presentations and speakers into the state of the economy, the likely opportunities for growth and the critical proposals moving through the Legislature, Governor's office, and regulatory agencies that will effect employment in the coming year.

 

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Legislative Insight Breakfast
May
31
7:30 AM07:30

Legislative Insight Breakfast

The Legislative Insight Breakfast will give us the opportunity to meet and hear from State Senator Richard Roth (D-Corona) and Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes (D-Corona) on the wide array of issues before the State Legislature.

Our no-host informal breakfast will be held in the middle of major legislative deadlines, so there will be a number of bills and issues that will be discussed in the meeting, including the recently signed legislation that restores funding to the new cities neighboring Corona including Eastvale and Jurupa Valley which both legislators and the Corona Chamber have worked for years.

Here is a quick backgrounder on each of the legislators we will be seeing at the breakfast.

Senator Richard Roth

Senator Richard Roth has represented Corona in the State Senate for the last five years.  Currently he serves as the chair of the Senate Insurance Committee and is a leader in the Senate in the formation of the State Budget.

Previous to his service in the State Senate, Senator Roth achieved the rank of General in the US Air Force Reserve while building a leading business law practice in Riverside, CA where he is active in the business community and local chambers.

Here is Senator Richard Roth's official biography.

Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes

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Elected to her first term in the State Assembly in November 2016, Assemblywoman Cervantes has served the people of California previously as the district director for an Inland Empire state legislator and as a non-profit director.

As an Assemblymember, Cervantes has introduced legislation in the areas of education, health care for veterans, and the environment.

Here is Assemblywoman Cervantes official biography.

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Legislative Welcome Dinner
May
30
6:15 PM18:15

Legislative Welcome Dinner

Our Sacramento Summit will begin with a private no-host dinner at the legendary Frank Fats Restaurant with three leading voices for working Californians and employers in the State Capitol, State Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga), Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R-Corona), and retired State Senator Bill Emmerson (R-Corona), who now serves as Senior Vice President of the California Hospital Association.

The Legislative Welcome Dinner will offer you a rare opportunity to spend social time with some of the Inland Empire and California's leaders on issues as diverse as business regulation, public safety, health care, and critical infrastructure like hospitals.

Here are the background of each of our guests.

Senator Mike Morrell

Senator Mike Morrell has served the residents, employers, and businesses of the Inland Empire in the State Assembly and now the State Senate.  A long time business owner, Senator Morrell serves as the vice-chair of the Energy, Utility, and Communications Committee, and, as vice-chair of the Public Employment and Retirement Committee of the State Senate.

For more information on Senator Morrell, click here.

Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez

Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez represents portions of the very southern end of Corona in the State Assembly where she has served as the Vice-Chair of the Public Safety committee.  She is a very strong leader for business and employment in California and has been working diligently to restore many of the common sense legal protections businesses relied on to protect themselves and their customers from crime before the passage of Prop 47.

Here is Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez's official biography.

Senator Bill Emmerson (Retired)

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Senator Bill Emmerson (retired) served as a leading voice for employers, workers, and residents of the Inland Empire before leaving the Legislature to serve as the chief voice for California's hospitals in the State Capitol as Senior Vice President of the California Hospital Association.  In his current position, Senator Emmerson is often sought out for his expertise and insight into the critical issues for increasing the quality of health care available to all Californians.

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