Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Daviann Mitchell administered an oath of office to 75 new BizFed Officers for 2021. Each of these community leaders are force multipliers from premiere companies, Trade Associations, Chambers of Commerce, and Business Improvement Districts of all sizes, in all 88 cities throughout LA County.
“Now more than ever this massive, grassroots network of business networks organized for fast intelligence sharing to mobilize on public policies that impact our local economy, is need,” said Tracy Hernandez, Founding CEO of BizFed.
“Los Angeles County has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on our business community. To confront this crisis, we need to continue our advocacy for business-friendly policy, economic recovery, and assistance for our businesses, build more housing, continue our investment in regional transportation, and provide better job training/education for our workforce,” said Donna Duperron, 2021 BizFed Chair and President and CEO of the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce.
Since its inception in 2008, the Los Angeles Business Federation, BizFed, has build a coalition of more than 200 business associations, representing 400,000 employers with four million employees throughout Los Angeles County. This year, BizFed’s massive grassroots alliance is celebrating 13 years of mobilizing the voice of diverse businesses for policies and projects that strengthen our regional economy.