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A Proud Heritage and a Bright Future… One January night in 1870, Alonzo Horton and a few men gathered under kerosene lamps and founded an organization that was to become a guiding force in the development of San Diego. In its early years, the Chamber of Commerce focused its efforts on bringing railroads into San Diego and encouraging settlement in the area.
One of the Chamber’s top priorities then was to bring fresh drinking water to San Diego residents, and also to bring commerce into the harbor. The Chamber played a critical role in bringing military bases into the region prior to World War I. Today, the military presence is a driving force for the local economy.
Over the years, the Chamber has been involved with public policy issues that have successfully shaped the face of the San Diego we know and love. Balboa Park in 1868 was nothing more than 1,400 acres of sagebrush until the Chamber of Commerce, in 1909, raised the funds to create the park that we know today. Likewise, in 1962, the Chamber’s Harbor Committee helped pass the legislation needed to complete the construction of the Coronado Bay Bridge seven years later.
Today, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is still one of the most influential forces in local government and regional economic development. With more than 3,000 members, the Chamber of Commerce is actively involved in public policy and providing valuable resources to its members. The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is still the nonprofit business advocacy group that Alonzo Horton
Each week, the award-winning San Diego Business Journal examines the many ways that the San Diego economy operates. Together with the economic news, demographics and lifestyle profiles, the San Diego Business Journal is presented in an accessible format. First-rate editorial and research teams provide in-depth analysis of the community’s ever-changing business and economic scene.
Regular departments include Up Front, highlighting stories of importance featuring San Diego businesses and their decision-makers; Media & Technology, focusing on up-to-the-minute changes and innovations in the businesses that serve these fields; Small Business, profiling those smaller businesses moving into the fore; and Investment and Finance, where San Diego’s many public companies are profiled and analyzed.
One of the most widely read features is The List, which ranks the top businesses in any given industry. Each of these surveys is then compiled into the San Diego Business Journal’s invaluable resource – the annual Book of Lists.
Since it was founded in 1897, San Diego State University has grown to offer bachelor’s degrees in 84 areas, master’s degrees in 76 areas and doctorates in 16 areas. SDSU’s approximately 30,000 students participate in an academic curriculum distinguished by direct contact with faculty and an increasing international emphasis that prepares them for a global future.
SDSU’s annual economic impact to the state of California is $6.5 billion. Of SDSU’s 200,000-plus alumni, approximately 60 percent live in San Diego. They comprise more than half the region’s engineers, teachers, entrepreneurs and the local workforce for a host of other industries.
The mission of UC San Diego Extended Studies and Public Programs is to serve the critical lifelong knowledge and skill development needs of individuals, organizations, and the community. We do this through continuing education and degree-related programs; community initiatives that support economic and social development; and through a wide array of public service lectures, forums, and special events delivered on campus, at off-campus sites, and through print, internet, radio, and television.
Assistant Secretary of Public Safety Baja California
Australian Trade Commission
Blue Horse & Trumpet (TSN – firm)
Booz Allen Hamilton
CA Emergency Management Agency
California State Senate (Senator Dennis Hollingsworth)
Capri and Clay
City of Coronado
City of San Diego
Community Bible Church
Congressman Brian Bilbray
Control Systems Security Program NCSD – DHS
Counter Terrorism Technical Support Office
Cyber Threat Branch – CalEMA
Defense Secrity Service
Department of Homeland Security
Deputy U.S. Attorney
DHS- Science and Technology
D’Vine Construction Solutions
Economic Development Corporation
Esquire Litigation Solutions
First Responder Connections
Fleet & Family Support San Diego
Fraumann Associates LLC
General Dynamics (NDIA)
Girl Scouts -USA
Identity Theft Resources Center
Infragard – Coordinator
Inter Tribal Council of California Inc.
Krato Defense and Security Solutions
La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians
Little Italy Association
McKenna Long & Aldridge
Naval Post Graudate School
National Cyber Security Alliance
NCSD Cyber Exercise Program
North Chamber of Commerce
Office of Defense
Pauma Band of Mission Indians
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Protective Security Advisor
Regional Computer Forensics Lab
San Diego Better Business Bureau
San Diego County
San Diego County Office of Education
San Diego County Sheriff
San Diego County Sheriff Department
San Diego Dept. of Information
San Diego Magazine
San Diego Office of Emergency Services (Director)
San Diego Police Department
San Diego Police Foundation
San Diego Public Utilities
San Diego Sheriff Department
San Diego UASI (Urban Area Security Initiative)
Scholars of Homeland Security – SDSU
SDSU Visualization Lab
Secure Sciences Corp.
Small Business Administration
SMS Systems Management
St. Bernard Software
State of CA – CISO
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
The Daily Transcript
The Security Network
U.S. Attorney’s Office
University of California San Diego
UT-SA – CIAs
Vista Community Clinic