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In Person Is Back

June looks like it is going to be a month of excitement as many businesses and organizations are planning to bring back in person work and events. On Wednesday, June 16, at 4 p.m. the North San Diego Business Chamber is bringing back in person networking. They are hosting their regional connection event at the Town & Country Hotel at its new outdoor Lapper Sports Bar.
Attendance is limited, so registration is required. Updated guidelines have been released, and since the event is after June 15, attendees at events like this will not be asked for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter the event as it occurs after June 15, according to the chamber.
In addition, the chamber will also be hosting its 2021 Celebration of Business at 5 p.m. June 30 at the Bernardo Winery. The in person event will feature a silent auction, dinner and entertainment. For more information and to register for either event go to 
sdbusinesschamber.com.
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Teach for America San Diego announced that it has added seven new local advisory members. Teach for America works to ensure local students have access to quality education. The local advisory board oversees the vision and strategy of TFA San Diego.
Joining the board are Jack McGrory, CEO of La Jolla MJ Management, LLC, a real estate investment company; Stephanie Alexander, senior vice president and chief human resources officer of the YMCA of San Diego County; Debbie Day, EVP and general manager of Mitchell’s Auto Physical Damage Division; Sam Sherman, a partner at TencerSherman LLP; Keith B. Jones, owner and managing partner of ACE Parking; Cipriano Vargas, an advisor to county Supervisor Terra Lawson Remer and is board president of Vista Unified School District; and Karmin Noar, executive director at Biocom Institute.
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Karen E. Knudsen, MBA, Ph.D, is the new CEO of the 
American Cancer Society and its advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. This is the first female CEO for the 107-year-old American Cancer Society. Knudsen has local ties, earning her Ph.D. in biological sciences from the UCSD.
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