Legislative Summit

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019  |  7:30 am to 9:30 am
South Coast Winery Resort & Spa

The 2019 Legislative Summit “Regional Perspective of Critical Issues” is scheduled for Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa. The Legislative Summit is designed to inform attendees of legislature that may impact their business. The Summit is the Chamber’s premier advocacy event, offering an opportunity to meet, engage and join forces with business leaders, corporate executives, legislative and policy experts, as well as elected and appointed government officials. The event will be discussing three critical issues affecting our area: Housing, Homelessness, and Transportation.

Tickets are available for $50 a person or $600 for a Corporate Table of 10.

 To make a reservation please contact the Chamber at 951-676-5090.

SPEAKERS

Michael BeauchampMike Beauchamp, District 8 Director, California Department of Transportation

Mike Beauchamp has more than 35 years of service with Caltrans where he has served as the Deputy District Director of Construction in District 8 for the past five years. Mike began his career with Caltrans working for the Office of Structure Construction on projects located throughout Districts 8 and 9.  Mike spent time in District 8 as a Branch Chief for Design and held the position of Office Chief for the Southern California Structure Design Office in Diamond Bar.  Mike also completed temporary assignments as Acting District 9 Director in Bishop and Acting District 7 Chief Deputy Director in Los Angeles.

Mike received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University. Mike and his wife, Paula, have five children.  Outside the office he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and playing golf.

Natalie KomuroNatalie Profant Komuro, Deputy County Executive Officer – Homelessness Solutions, County of Riverside

In July 2018, Natalie Profant Komuro became Riverside County’s first Deputy County Executive Officer – Homelessness Solutions to oversee and coordinate the County’s response to homelessness.  Prior to coming to Riverside County, Natalie had spent 31 years in Los Angeles county, including ten years leading the planning for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, a joint powers authority for the City and County of Los Angeles. This included national policy advocacy, and managing the 2007 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Most recently, she was Executive Director of Ascencia, a nonprofit homeless services and housing agency. Natalie led the agency’s rebranding, a $7.79 million capital campaign, and expansion of programs to Burbank, Northwest Los Angeles, and West Hollywood. Ascencia also reduced veteran homelessness in Glendale to functional zero, and as part of a national demonstration project, housed over 60 chronically homeless, high-cost frequent hospital users, saving local resources tens of thousands of dollars per patient, per year. In 2017 the Glendale Chamber of Commerce named her Woman of the Year. She has a masters’ in urban planning from UCLA, and bachelor of arts degree from Pomona College.

Borre WinckelBorre Winckel,  President and CEO, Building Industry Association of San Diego County

Borre Winckel is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Building Industry Association of San Diego County.  Prior to joining BIA San Diego in 2008, Borre served as the Executive Director of BIA Riverside for 12 years where he guided the industry’s policy and political environment during the market’s greatest expansion ever.  This experience, in addition to his institutional banking background and master plan land development activities, provide him with a broad industry perspective.  Mr. Winckel has a BSc degree from Boston University in Print Journalism and Public Communication.  He is a native of the Netherlands.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Program Sponsor $2,500

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Logo Recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Full-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites
  • Recognition in all local press releases

Associate Sponsor $2,000

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Logo Recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Half-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites

Community Sponsor $1,000

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Name recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Quarter-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites

Corporate Sponsor $600

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Name recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Name recognition in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized on Social Media sites
+ Program Sponsor

Program Sponsor $2,500

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Logo Recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Full-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites
  • Recognition in all local press releases
+ Associate Sponsor

Associate Sponsor $2,000

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Logo Recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Half-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites
+ Community Sponsor

Community Sponsor $1,000

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Name recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Quarter-page ad in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized in 1 issue of the quarterly Temecula Today
  • Recognized on Social Media sites
+ Corporate Sponsor

Corporate Sponsor $600

  • Recognition in all pre-event publicity
  • Preferred seating for 10 with signage
  • Name recognition in printed invitation
  • Recognition at event
  • Name recognition in event program
  • Opportunity to display your company’s promotional materials at event
  • Recognition in event email promotions
  • Recognized on Social Media sites

Thank you to our sponsors

Title Sponsor

Associate Sponsors

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Realtors

Partner

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Community Sponsors

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Eastern Municipal

Loma Linda Medical Center Murrieta 2

Project TOUCH

rancho water

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Temecula Valley Hospital

Corporate Sponsor

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