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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
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California State Assembly Honors Carol Schatz with Woman of the Year Award - March 14, 2016


Assemblymember Miguel Santiago, District 53 The California State Assembly 53rd District presented CCA President & CEO Carol Schatz with its annual Woman of the Year Award, a distinction earned by one woman from each Senate and Assembly District who has made significant contributions to the district.  More


LA businesses urged to fight homelessness - February 18, 2016  MyNewsLA


CCA hosted a Homelessness Policy Summit on February 18, a timely event in light of the significant increase of the homeless population in Los Angeles. "We as a business community have to make sure that this results in actions that really make it a place in our community and place for everyone that's a safe and clean place," Carol E. Schatz said. View the original article. 


Ballot proposal would require L.A. developers to provide affordable housing - February 18, 2016  L.A. Times


A new ballot proposal unveild on Wednesday "would force real estate developers in Los Angeles to provide affordable housing when seeking city approval for residential projects that are larger than planning rules allow." Carol E. Schatz says the proposal "would distract attention from the fight aganist the AIDS Healthcare Foundation measure and would ultimately lead to job losses." View the original article.


6 paid sick days for workers in L.A.? City Council says yes - April 19, 2016 L.A. Times
the L.A. City Council backed a proposed law that would give workers six paid sick days annually. Director of Government Relations John Howland says this requirement will impose "a big burden on our local businesses."  More

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CEO Search Under Way
As you likely know, Carol Schatz is transitioning out as the Chief Executive Officer of CCA. CCA has retained the firm Morris & Berger to conduct the search for the new CEO.
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Jennifer Langan

Senior Vice President Corporate Communications


Wells Fargo & Company


Jennifer Langan is a seasoned communications professional with extensive experience in corporate communications and public affairs. A Wells Fargo team member since 2005, she currently leads external communications for the Community Bank as well as the Enterprise Innovation Group, and the Enterprise Data & Analytics team. Her responsibilities include internal and external communications, including media relations and social media strategy, executive communications and reputation management. She manages a national team of 12 communications professionals. More

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