Earlier this month, our CMO Renae Arabo was honored at the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting for her year of service as the Chairwoman of the Board at the Chamber. Renae’s passion to promote business development and her efforts to strengthen relations in the East County business, government, and non-profit sectors was a very successful platform for change in San Diego’s East County during her term as Board Chair. Through re-establishing the SDECCC Business Development Committee she has played a pivotal role in creating an East County Business Incubator, the Valley of Cars, a Motel Safe Program, a Business Resource Center, and a Business Outreach Planning Program. Acting as a conduit between non-profits and refugees, Renae has also spearheaded a program aimed at building bridges for better lives, cultural understanding, and a more enriched, diverse community. The County of San Diego has honored Renae’s service to her community by proclaiming February 6th Renae Arabo Day in all of San Diego County!
The San Diego East County Foundation Board presented a check to the Chamber for the development of their new Business Resource Center which will upgrade the services offered to the business community for access to a high tech facility.
Renae with Matthew Parr from the County Supervisor Diane Jacobâ€™s office.
Renae with Gail Ramer from Assemblyman Brian Jonesâ€™ office, and Cody Latzer from Senator Joel Andersonâ€™s Office.
Renae with El Cajon City Councilman Tony Ambrose, representing the city of El Cajon.