CORONA CHAMBER 2 CORONA Business News November/December 2017 www. My Chamber.org T Business and Civic Leaders engage in Executive Leadership wo dozen individuals represent-ing a variety of organizations have enrolled in the 2017-2018 Exec-utive Leadership Roundtable (ELR). Designed for top management, leaders, business owners and the like, ELR is truly not a leadership training exercise. After a month of interviews with many more than accepted into the class, this group size is tied with last year’s class. Bringing a group of leaders from different walks of lives, educational background and leadership styles was accomplished on the first day, referred to as Orientation Day. That day featured a host of activities and guest speaker Corona Chief of Police, Mike Abel who provided a perspectives and tips on effective leadership styles that can be incor-porated into all rank and file em-ployees/companies. Each of the 10 full day sessions are typically themed, with specif-ic goals and intentional focus. The second class themed: Arts, Culture and History of the greater Corona area, where the class toured various historic locations from the Chapel (originally part of Norconian facility, and currently part of the California CORONA Chamber of Commerce 904 E. Sixth Street, CORONA, CA 92879 (951) 737-3350 | My Chamber.org Bobby Spiegel President/CEO Bobby@MyChamber.org Heather Rawlings Member Services & Advertising Director Heather@MyChamber.org Linda Richards Member Services Linda@MyChamber.org Betty Sherin Bookkeeping Betty@MyChamber.org Stephanie Shapiro Member Services Stephanie@MyChamber.org Deserie Ramirez Member Services Deserie@MyChamber.org CORONA Business News Graphic Design Kim Mabon Creative By Design www.creativebydesign.net Jim Dorsey Photography 951.735.8668 Rehabilitation Center). They had an opportunity to meet with a panel of elected officials from Congressman Calvert, State Senator Richard Roth, and State Assembly Woman Sabrina Cervantes. As well, they attended a luncheon with US Senator Feinstein as the guest speaker. In addition to those highlights, future classes will be Government Day – specific to City of Corona with department heads and key leaders within the city. This year, an added day will embrace a full day of Non-Profit Services avail-able within our greater Corona Area. Education, Military, Public Safety, Health / Human Services and Eco-nomic Days will be forthcoming. Enrolled in 2017 – 2018 are (in alpha order) Patrick Akes, Grimes-Akes Family Funeral Home; Glen Allen, State Farm Insurance; Jamie Ball, Norco Area Chamber of Commerce; Ceta Benvegnu, Riverside Medical Clinic; Eleni Christensen, Kana Pipeline; Cherie Crutch-er, Riverside Community Hospital; Lorena Gomez, Corona-Norco Family YMCA; Derek Gutierrez, Authority Mortgage; Randall Jones, Elite Global Business Consulting Services; Dr. Sam Lee, Norco College; Gina McGough, Co-rona Fire Department; Suki McMaugh, Kaiser Permanente; Jami Merchant, Optimum Group; Mike Mitchell, City of Corona Recreation Ser-vices; Katie Moore, ABC Hopes; Jason Patison, MAV TV and Lucas Oil Products; Jim Reeves, Norco College; Dr. John Pablo Sanchez, Coro-na-Norco Unified School District; Luis Santos, Cracked Screens; Liane Thomas, Thomas Realty Group; Ellie Van Doornum, Admin Ellie; Anthony Warnecke, Corona-Norco Unified School District; and Melinda Weinrich, City of Corona Department of Water and Power CORONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2017 OFFICERS Chairman of the Board Don Garling Lifetime Vinyl Fence Fabricators, Inc. Chairman-Elect John Weyhgandt Western States Financial Vice Chair Yolanda Carrillo Corona-Norco Family YMCA Chair of Finance Mike Ryan Ryan & Associates Financial Services Vice Chair of Finance Don Williamson Corona History Association Immediate Past Chairman Mark Peabody Peabody Engineering & Supply, Inc. President/CEO/Corporate Secretary Bobby Spiegel CORONA Chamber of Commerce Holiday Healthy Eating Tip LIKE US ON #CORONACHAMBER Sean Kelley Kelley Law Dr. Anthony Pirritano Integrated Medical Center of Corona – CompAccess Mike Quraishi Aladdin Cleaning Services, Inc. Bryan Reece, PhD Norco College Dean Seif CARSTAR Allstar Collision, Inc. Jan Steiner Thoro Packaging Jerry Wilson PRMG Liaison for NAVSEA Corona Division Jennifer Stewart US Navy / Naval Weapons Surface Warfare Center BOARD OF DIRECTORS Carolyn Anderson Waste Management Palbinder Badesha Express Employment Professionals Angie Byars 3M Corona Dr. Aimee French Breathe Clinic Don Goodluck Dart Container Coporation Jim Gore Vulcan Materials Company Jon Haratyk Living Better 101 Ruth Jaffe Kaiser Permanente 1 How to enjoy your holiday food, guilt free: Eat very clean every day. Save your “cheat meal” for the holiday. 2 Michael Lin, Ed.D. Corona-Norco Unified School District Kim Mabon Creative By Design Chris Miller Thomas Miller Mortuary and Crematory Linda Pearson Corona Regional Medical Center Lea Petersen Southern California Gas Company On the holiday, eat a clean meal before going to the get together to prevent over eating your holiday meal. 3 Portions: have whatever you want, but only a fist size of carbs and a palm size of protein for women, and 1 1/2 fists of carbs and a palm and a half of protein for men. For more information please contact Dave Nelson, Nutrition Coach & Fitness Pro at Dave Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org . Corona Chamber Executive & Business Partners These financial partners provide additional funding to the chamber to support & provide additional member services. For advertising information, contact Heather Rawlings at ( 951) 737-3350 Since 1910, the Corona Chamber has been providing ‘resources for prosperity’ for the businesses and community of Corona, CA. This Chamber represents the interest of business in the greater Corona service area by providing its members networking opportunities, promoting the community, and engaging federal, state, and local officials in order to improve the economic prosperity of the Inland Southern California region. With a membership of over 800 businesses, representing over 55,000 jobs, the Corona Chamber is the voice of business. Learn more by visiting www.MyChamber.org.