Board Members

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Terrence Alexis
National Cement

Joe Ashley
California Resources Corporation

Michael Bellich
Target Distribution Center

Isabelle Brassard
Rio Tinto Minerals/US Borax

Sharlet Briggs
Adventist Health Bakersfield

Dr. Debra Daniels
Taft College

Bill Deaver
Mojave Air & Space Port

**Kristen Doud
Pacific Gas & Electric

*Rob Duchow, Immediate Past Chair
Southern California Gas Company

Christine Frazier
Kern County Superintendent of Schools

John Guinn
Wonderful Real Estate Development

Theresa Hitchcock
Kern County Board of Trade

Tim Hooper
S.C. Anderson, Inc.

Bruce Jay
Valley Republic Bank

Linda Jay
Bakersfield Association of Realtors

Orchel Krier
City of Taft

Rick Kreiser
Carney’s Business Technology Center

*Wayne Kress, Chair
Cushman & Wakefield / Pacific Commercial Realty Advisors

Legal Counsel to the Board
Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Cooper, Rosenlieb and Kimball, LLP

*Supervisor Mike Maggard
County of Kern

Roger McIntosh
McIntosh & Associates

Hugh McMahon
Tejon Ranch Company

Mike Moore
Farm Credit West

Dennis Mullins
Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Cooper, Rosenlieb and Kimball, LLP

Michael Myers
GEMCare Mercy Memorial Health System

Denise Newton
Pacific Gas & Electric

Mark Novak
California State University Bakersfield

Chris Parlier
City of Bakersfield

Patty Poire
Grimmway Farms

Cathy Prout
City of Shafter

Walter Ray
Dignity Health

*Steve Renock, Treasurer
Kern Schools Federal Credit Union

Amy Roth
E&B Natural Resources

Tom Saba
Saba Agency

*Supervisor Zack Scrivner
County of Kern

Sandra Serrano
Kern Community College District

*Laurel Shockley, Secretary
Southern California Edison Economic Development Services

Scott Thayer
Castle & Cooke

Susan Wiggins
City of Tehachapi

*David Womack, Vice-Chair
Kaiser Permanente

Jennifer Wood
California City

John Wooner
City of McFarland

* Denotes Executive Committee
** Ex-Offico member representative for Kern Economic Development Foundation

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