Strategic Partners

SCLC Strategic Partner Program

 

The Southern California Leadership Council’s Strategic Partners are a group of selected leaders from key organizations in the business, labor and academic communities from throughout the seven counties comprising the Southern California Region. Partners play a valuable role in keeping the Leadership Council up to speed on critical emerging issues within their scope or territory and in turn, the Leadership Council works with its partners as needed, to advance the resolution of regional issues that affect multiple counties.

         

Current SCLC Strategic Partners include the following:

  1. Representing 325,000 employers with 3 million employees throughout LA County, BizFed is a massive, diverse grassroots alliance that advocates for policies and projects that strengthen our regional economy.

  2. The Inland Empire Economic Partnership supports efforts in job creation, leadership infrastructure, and regional advocacy for Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

  3. The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce champions economic prosperity and quality of life for the Los Angeles region by being the voice of business, promoting collaboration and helping members grow.

  4. Orange County Business Council (OCBC) works to enhance Orange County’s economic development and prosperity to preserve a high quality of life.

  5. The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the unified voice of over 10.1 million women-owned businesses in the United States representing the fastest growing segment of the economy.

  6. VCEDA's mission is to advocate for policies, legislation and programs that stimulate business and a vital economy as the foundation for a vibrant quality of life in Ventura County.

  7. The Valley Economic Alliance (TVEA) works to enhance the quality of life for all who live and work in the Valley.

  8. The Job 1st Alliance enhance the competitiveness of our green ports and corridors to be ready to meet this challenge by the time the widened Canal doubles current capacity when it opens in 2014.