Wednesday, November 30, 2022

CalChamber Board Dinner Brings Together Women Leaders

In recognition of Women’s History Month, women leaders attending the CalChamber Board of Directors dinner on March 10 gather for a photo. Standing (from left) Diana Davis, general manager, Toyota Motor North America; Susan Savage, CEO, Sacramento River Cats; Sima Patel, CEO, Ridgemont Hospitality; CalChamber President and CEO Jennifer Barrera; Ariel Roblin, president and general manager, KCRA-TV; Donna Lucas, president and CEO, Lucas Public Affairs; Diane Miller, president, Wilcox, Miller & Nelson; Kerry Tullis Hattevik, president, Trans Bay Cable LLC; Jennifer Haley, president, Kern Oil & Refining Co.; Lisa Daniels, managing partner, KPMG LLP. Kneeling (from left) Fiona Hutton, founder and CEO, Fiona Hutton & Associates; Margaret Wong, president and CEO, McWong International, Inc.; Grace Evans Cherashore, executive chairwoman, Evans Hotels; Janet Liang, group president and chief operating officer, care delivery, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. and Hospitals. See the names of all the women on the CalChamber Board and past women CalChamber Board chairs at this link.

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