Join us for a Legislative Breakfast with California State Senator Ling Ling Chang (29th District).
This is a members-only event; however members may bring invited guests if they register in advance.
Senator Ling Ling Chang was elected to the California State Senate in June of 2018. She grew up in the district she represents and is a product of the local public schools. Ling Ling Chang is the first Taiwan-born female Senator in California history.
Senator Chang serves on five committees for the 2019-20 legislative session:
Ling Ling Chang joins the California State Senate after serving in the Legislature for one term as an Assemblywoman. During her tenure as a representative of the 55th Assembly District, Chang served as Vice-Chair of the Rules Committee and as an inaugural member of the Privacy & Consumer Protection Committee. In her time serving, Ling Ling Chang promoted the importance of STEM education in addition to using technology to improve state government. Chang authored and passed the nation’s first law allowing state employees to use sharing-economy services to save taxpayer dollars.
For her work Chang was named California’s inaugural STEMx Policy Fellow – part of a multi-state effort to put an emphasis on STEM education – as well as a “Tech Champion” by the Computing Technology Industry Association.
Prior to the Legislature, Senator Chang served as the President of the Walnut Valley Water District Board of Directors, a Councilmember and Mayor of Diamond Bar, and President of the Youth Science Center, a non-profit promoting STEM education. As a project manager for a health information systems firm, Ling Ling Chang helped develop software products for the health information management and clinical documentation industries.
With broad experience in public service and non-profit leadership supported by a background in private sector innovation, Ling Ling Chang served on the Board of Cal Poly Pomona’s Partners-in Education and has served on their National Development Council. She serves on the board of the Millennial Action Project and was also a member of the US Army Los Angeles Advisory Board. Chang is a proud National Fellows Alumnus with the Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute.
Senator Chang proudly attended the University of California, Riverside.
Business leaders need to improve how they relate to and work with all generations in today’s complex multi-generational workplace. This talk will challenge the assumptions around Millennials and obliterate the generational tug-of-war that is putting so many businesses at risk today. Speaker Kat O'Sullivan has taken a data-driven and evidence-based approach to understanding the ever-changing complexities of this issue, including years of research and experience putting those findings into practice with clients. She facilitates multi-generational experiences that have resulted in immediate and sustainable improvements in communications and productivity internally; and better understanding of how to improve client/prospective client relations. This presentation aims to help you:
Speaker: Kathleen O’Sullivan, CEO, KSHIFT
Location: ADP, 55 S Lake Ave Drive, Pasadena, CA 91101
Free for members, $20 for guests
Space is limited.
The PowerLunch 2.0 series is proudly sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Is your company prepared for the California Consumer Privacy Act?
Speakers: Brian M. Wheeler and Lana Milojevic, AALRR
Location: iDreamSpace 16839 Gale Ave. City of Industry, California 91745
4900 Rivergrade Road, Suite B130, Irwindale, CA 91706
Phone: (626) 856-3400 Fax: (626) 856-5115
Office Hours: Monday–Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
Friday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.