The work we do lobbying government and advancing policy is shaping the future of Los Angeles business. And it's fueling the renaissance of our entire area.
The issues that matter to us most impact the entire city. Naturally, our membership includes business leaders from across Los Angeles. We give them access to the policies and people that are shaping the future of Los Angeles and in return, they know CCA is the business organization that gets things done. More
CCA Recognizes a Year of Legislative Successes
Of note were the expansion of the regional connector's 2nd and Hope Street station, the City's adoption of an incentive-based approach to the Health and Wellness Chapter, the launch of creative tech recruitment Downtown, important steps towards CEQA reform, and the advancement of BID legislation in Sacramento, to name a few. More
CCA President & CEO, Carol Schatz speaks to KABC Radio regarding Japanese firm, Kinkisharyo and the proposed Palmdale rail-car plant
Business leaders say labor is pushing rail car plant from L.A. County – October 20, 2014 • LA Times
Los Angeles County officials and business leaders rose to the defense of a Japanese company Monday that has all but given up plans to build a $60-million manufacturing facility in the Antelope Valley because of a dispute with local labor leaders. More
Downtown 2020: Roadmap to L.A.'s Urban Future
CCA has been the steward of Downtown Los Angeles’ incredible rebirth as a destination to live, work and play. Building on the past decade of success, we have developed a set of legislative priorities that will guide our advocacy into 2020. More
Our members are shaping the future of Los Angeles. They're connected. They're influential. They belong because they believe in making a difference. Click here to learn more about CCA.
Latest Video: CCA's Architects Panel: Innovation In Design – Thursday, November 20, 2014
Margaret R. Peterson, PhD
Dignity Health-California Hospital Medical Center
Margaret R. Peterson, PhD, serves as President of Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical, a 318-bed community hospital located in downtown Los Angeles. More
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