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Krouse accepts dual role with California Travel Association

Michael K. Krouse, CHME, CASE, President, and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, has agreed to serve on the Executive Committee for California Travel Association (CalTravel) as well as a PAC Trustee for the organization. Cal Travel is the united voice of the travel and tourism industry …

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Freer named chair of CSU CABO

Douglas Freer, chief financial officer at California State San Bernardino, has been named chair of the California State University Chief Administrators/Business Officers. That group reviews issues affecting the California state system and advises its chief financial officer and senior human resources officer. Freer, who joined Cal State San Bernardino in …

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Pearson receives leadership award

La Vonda M-Pearson, Apple Valley’s director of government services, recently received the Value Based Leadership with Heart Award from the City Clerks Association of California. M-Pearson helped write the town’s resolution denouncing racial injustice and inequality. Town council members approved it earlier this month. “This was an important moment for …

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Earp to receive Riverside Spirit Award

Zack Earp, a longtime advocate for veterans and their children within the Alvord Unified School District, is scheduled to receive Riverside’s City Spirit Award. A Marine Corp. veteran, Earp has spent five decades working on behalf of veterans and their families in the school district, where he worked for three …

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Graham joins CSUSB administration

Daria Graham has been named Cal State San Bernardino’s dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs. A longtime teacher and administrator at the University of Dayton in Ohio, Graham is scheduled to begin her new job on July 1, according to a statement on CSUB’s website. “I …

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Stewart steps down as Temecula mayor

James “Stew” Stewart has resigned as Temecula’s mayor. Stewart, who was elected to a four-year term in November 2016, stepped down earlier this month amid fallout from a racially insensitive email, according to multiple reports. “I understand that even my sincerest apologies cannot remedy this situation,” Stewart said in a …

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