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Biocom Appoints New Board Members

Biocom California, the San Diego-based association representing the California life science industry, has appointed four new members to its board of governors: Joydeep Ganguly, SVP of corporate operations at Gilead Sciences; Trevor Martin, Ph.D., co-founder and CEO of Mammoth Biosciences; Deborah Nguyen, Ph.D., site head at Takeda San Diego; and Corinne Peek-Asa, Ph.D., vice chancellor for research at the University of California, San Diego.
“As a member-driven organization, we rely on our board of governors, which consists of highly qualified life science leaders, to ensure that we are meeting the needs of the biotechnology community in California,” said Joe Panetta, president and CEO of Biocom California.
“These four new governors represent a range of organizations from across the state, including start-up biotechnology, established biopharma and academic institutions, and their insights will ensure that Biocom California continues to expand its programs to accommodate the ever-evolving life science industry,” Panetta added.

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The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation has received a $20,000 grant for the purchase of a new vehicle to expand its environmental education outreach across the San Diego region.
The grant, awarded by local philanthropic organization Las Patronas, helps ensure Solana Center staff can safely and reliably deliver in-demand workshops, consultations and other environmental education and services to communities throughout San Diego County.
Solana Center has seen a steady rise in requests for environmental education workshops and presentations – a trend that persisted even during the pandemic, when most of its educational outreach went virtual.
In addition, with the new organic waste diversion law (SB 1383) that went into effect in January 2022, Solana Center acts as a regional expert in providing education to residents and businesses. This year, the environmental nonprofit anticipates hosting more than 250 workshops and consultations – both in-person and online – reaching more than 4,000 people.
“With generous support from Las Patronas, we were able to purchase a safe, reliable vehicle, allowing our staff to fulfill our contracted work and pursue new projects,” said Jessica Toth, Solano Center’s executive director. “This new vehicle broadens our fleet and increases our capacity to get back on the road and meet more community members where they are, leading educational events and inspiring environmental action throughout our region.”
“Las Patronas is honored to assist Solana Center’s education team reach more San Diego County residents, especially those who live in more remote areas, to learn more about sustainability and conservation,” said Tina Boynton, president at Las Patronas.

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The Mission Bay Real Estate Association (MBREA) has presented Brien Metcalf, a Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialist affiliated with the La Jolla office of Coldwell Banker Realty, with an Award of Excellence. The award is presented by the MBREA to members who have exemplified Integrity, respect and dedication to their profession, the association and the community.
“This recognition is well-deserved,” said Jeff Nunn, branch manager of the La Jolla office of Coldwell Banker Realty. “Brien is a staple in the community and works tirelessly for his clients.” n

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