TERM: 2021-2023

Since we did not hold an election last fiscal year, please note that there are a total of 20 open slots for At-Large Director, 10 slots for a one-year (2021/2022) term, and 10 slots for a two year (2021/2023) term.

An organization's executive board of directors is tasked with specific governing duties for the organization. Members of the board – including a member at large – are elected. Unlike other executive board leadership such as a president or treasurer, a member at large doesn't have a specific role. A member at large serves as a liaison to the general membership. Duties change as defined in organization bylaws or as needed to fulfill board requirements and address overall organizational goals.

AT-LARGE CANDIDATES

Adam Eventov is a public affairs manager for SoCalGas. Before joining the company, Adam served as Government Affairs Manager for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians where he worked with Tribal leadership and staff on a variety of Indian, environmental, gaming and local government affairs issues.

 

Prior to his time with the Tribe, Adam worked as a public relations consultant, helping to secure the development of more than $4 billion of solar energy, natural gas and home development projects. He holds a master’s degree in journalism and was a reporter and editor for several Inland Empire newspapers.

 

Adam lives in Temecula with his wife Kristen. Their son Ian is a senior at Temecula Valley High School and their daughter is a senior at UC Santa Barbara.

 

BJ Fazeli has been an entrepreneur for almost half a century doing business on 4 continents working in fields of sales, marketing, and manufacturing; eventually being at the helm of one of the most successful entities in the Home Shopping Industry. 

 

“But Wait There’s More”

He built Fazeli Cellars to reflect pride for his rich cultural heritage, showcasing a unique architectural and hospitable environment that has earned the reputation of being one of the favorite wineries in Temecula Valley.

 

Carroll Eristhee is the Founder/CEO of The Branding Hive, a brand designer, consultant, and marketing manager with over 20 years of experience consulting brands and helping leaders showcase their vision in the business world.

 

She's has worked across nearly every category of business producing custom campaigns and directed the personal brand strategies of corporate executives and creative entrepreneurs in the USA, Australia, and Jamaica for both Private, Commercial, and Manufacturing clients alike.

 

She is an independent businesswoman with a solid reputation as a visionary problem-solver and creative strategist in the fields of brand advertising, digital photography, media production, web development, and direct marketing.

 

With Carroll’s guidance, her clients have doubled their sales conversion rates, increased their ability to attract qualified leads, and expanded their ability to influence and earn a greater presence in the marketplace.

 

Carroll is a U.S Marine Corp Veteran, originally a native of Jamaica West Indies, lived in Brooklyn, NY, now living in California. Her career journey includes working with companies such as HBO, DC Comics, FOX 6, Time Warner, Warner Brothers, and Hudson Valley Magazine to name a few. She is an award-winning creative who has been honored several times with prestigious awards.

 

Today, Carroll celebrates over 10 years of success with The Branding Hive and continues to focus her competitive energy on making sure brands succeed.

As a lawyer for over twenty-five years, Chris has handled transactional and litigation matters in real estate, land use & development, merger & acquisitions, and overall business law.

 

After receiving his Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego cum laude in 1993, he obtained his initial training as an associate with the San Diego law firm formerly known as McInnis, Fitzgerald, Rees & Sharkey. In 1998, he worked as in-house counsel for the Insurance Company of the West. From 2002-2015, he was the principal of his own law practice: Single Oak Law Offices in Temecula. In November of 2015, Chris joined Reid & Hellyer. He became a partner in February of 2017. Chris is the senior attorney responsible for the Temecula/Murrieta office.

 

Chris has been a member of the EDC since 2015. Significantly, Reid & Hellyer has maintained a long-standing relationship with the EDC through the many roles Stan Harter Esq. undertook with the EDC prior to his untimely passing.   

 

As a director-at-large, Chris would strive to enhance the participation and coordination of private, non-profit, and government interests in the continued growth and impact of the EDC;

 

Chris has lived in Temecula with his wife and their two daughters since 2003. Because the daughters now attend college out-of-the-area (UCLA and Point Loma Nazarene University), Chris and his wife spend a lot of their “free” time meeting the needs and goals of their 5-year-old English bulldog “Titus.”  

 

Diane Strand is an award-winning Executive Producer at JDS Studios and the TV show Spirit of Innovation, the first Riverside County local news and information program. She is the majority owner of JDS Video & Media Productions, Inc / JDS Actors Studio and the founder of nonprofit JDS Creative Academy, she is also a published author who talks about entrepreneurship, and providing pathways for career opportunities in the visual, performing, and digital arts. Diane’s passion for Workforce Development in the arts led her to write two approved curriculums for video production. One is a Title 17 program designed for adults with developmental disabilities. The other is a California State-approved apprenticeship program for college graduates. These programs provide Hands-On training and paid supported internship opportunities, designed to break down barriers to gainful employment in video production, post-production, and acting. Diane's prior career life holds credits from A-List shows like; General Hospital, Friends, Veronica's Closet, and building the high-def control room at Staples Center, for the last 17 years Diane has been a successful entrepreneur of her own, a multi-award winning production company, working with clients like Abbott Vascular, City of Temecula, Cal State San Marcos and United Healthcare Services to name a few. Diane has launched over 100 video and acting careers into the mainstream entertainment and video production industry. She sets out to provide H.O.P.E. which Diane defines as; Helping One Person Every day! 

 

Donald W. Hitzeman is a shareholder in the law firm of Reid & Hellyer, APC, practicing in its Murrieta office and focusing on Employment and Business Law, both transactional and litigation, as well as Estate Planning. Previously, he was president and co-founder of the Temecula business law firm of Hitzeman & Evenson, APC. Don has been licensed to practice law in California since 1983, serving the legal needs of our region’s businesses since 2004. He began his legal career as an officer and attorney in the US Army JAG Corps for over 8 years, practicing criminal law at the trial and appellate levels while serving in Europe, Washington, DC, and San Francisco. He then spent 12 years as a shareholder and director of a workers’ compensation insurance defense firm in San Bernardino and was co-president/founder of a business law firm in Old Town Temecula, overseeing its business litigation practice and serving its clients’ transactional and estate planning needs for 11 years. He is a graduate of Gonzaga University (BA, 1980) and Whittier College School of Law (JD, 1983). In addition to California courts, Don is also admitted to practice in the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, US District Court for the Central and Southern Districts of California, and the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

 

 

Don has been and remains committed to service in the community, including the Economic Development Coalition, which he currently serves as Immediate Past President and a Director (since July, 2014), as well as a Member of the Board of Governors, Temecula Valley Hospital, and is an ordained Deacon of the Diocese of San Bernardino.

 

Don has been and is fully committed to the vision and mission of the Coalition in bringing an innovative regional approach to economic development, through partnership and cooperation among the public and private stakeholders in our region’s business future, and would be honored to continue serving on the EDC’s Board of Directors.

Drake has worked for over 20 years in higher education, including the last seven at Azusa Pacific University, where he serves as Senior Director of the Orange County & Murrieta Regional Campuses and Adjunct Faculty at Azusa Pacific Seminary. He serves on the board for both the Institute for Community Impact and the Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership. Drake earned his PhD from UCLA and first came to the valley in 2017 when he began at APU’s Murrieta Campus.

 

Erik McLeod is the Senior Vice President / Director of Commercial Banking of the Inland Empire for Pacific Premier Bank. Erik has spent the majority of his 15-year banking career in Southwest Riverside County and has a vested interest in the future economic success of the Region. Erik has experience in developing, structuring, and underwriting both simple and complex credits for owner-occupied CRE, investor CRE, construction, lines of credit, equipment lending, ESOP lending, and import/export trade finance among other loan types. Erik has lived in the valley since 1991 and is currently a Murrieta resident. He is the current Board Chair for the Murrieta Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, Vice-Chair of the Southwest Legislative Council, Board Member of SAFE FJC, and the Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Riverside County. Erik has been married to his wife, Ashly, for 4 years and has two boys, Kade (3), and Cohen (9 months).

Gina Gonzalez, MA-MURP, ACE, CEcD Candidate, currently services as the Economic Development Director for the City of Menifee, which is recognized as Southwest Riverside County’s fastest-growing city and California’s 7th fastest growing city in 2021.

 

After spending time in the private sector, in non-profit management, and in the medical field, Ms. Gonzalez has utilized her business-friendly demeanor to create a meaningful impact in the public sector, spending close to two decades in multiple leadership capacities and agencies. Throughout her tenure, she has overseen many roles including Acting Director of Community Services, City Manager Analyst, Legislative Assistant to Riverside County Board Supervisor, Advisor for a State Senator, and a State Assemblyman. 

 

In her current role, she is a part of the award-winning Executive Team in the City of Menifee, responsible for the business expansions, attraction, retention efforts, including city industry marketing and business development, under the City Manager and City Council, that has led to Menifee being recognized as an Official “Top 35th Boomtown in America in 2020, Top Place to Raise Kids, a Top Workplace for 3 consecutive years, and one of the safest City’s in California.” Additionally, as part of the City Executive team, Ms. Gonzalez is responsible for land acquisition, special projects, increasing the city’s tax base, job development, economic diversification, site selection assistance, business ombudsman services, increasing resident quality of life, and partnering to increase the recognition of local products. 

 

Gina Gonzalez is one of 20 Economic Professionals in California to be Accredited in the state through CALED as an Economic Developer, and holds a Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning, with a concentration in Community Development and Environmental Policy from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, with a concentration in Social and Ethnic Relations graduating magna cum laude from the University of California, Davis, and is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society, Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society, California Women Lead and is a graduate of the Robert Hertzberg Capitol Institute and holds a certificate from Cal State Fresno in Economic Development. 

 

Ms. Gonzalez makes time to give back to her city and region and currently serves on the Santa Rosa Academy School Board, the Southwest Healthcare Systems Board, Mt. San Jacinto Community College Foundation Board, and serves as the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Marketing Advisory Board. In 2017, she was nationally recognized by NexGenGov, as an “exemplary leader” among public servants which honors innovation in local government, and aims to bridge the generation gap in public service leadership by helping to retain new talent in the field. Gina currently resides in Menifee, with her son Elias, and their Corgi Luna Belle.

 

I currently serve as the Community Relations Manager for the Pechanga Development Corporation, blessed with the most rewarding role of heading up Pechanga’s Community Giving efforts for Pechanga Resort & Casino.

I have spent most of my life in the Temecula Valley after living in San Diego and San Antonio as a young child, attending middle and high school in Murrieta. I graduated with a BA degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

I reside in the Temecula Valley with my husband and two children. My involvement over the years as Pechanga’s Community Giving Coordinator as well as a member of Rotary, Cub Scout co-Cub Master, and t-ball team mom has given me an appreciation for the rewards that come from giving back to the community.

I have a passion for travel, photography, and spending time with my family and friends. I met my husband while living abroad on a student-work visa in Cambridge, England.

 

Jim McLaughlin's involvement in the business community has been expanding steadily since he located here with his family in 2007. In 2009 he began his Transformational Executive Coaching and Management Consulting career causing breakthrough performance for business leaders and their managers. In 2012 he organized and facilitated CSUSM's Leadership Southwest County program to develop our community leaders and also initiated TEDxTemecula, designed to highlight the incredible and innovative ideas being birthed and nurtured in our region. In 2021 Jim was elected Tahquitz District Chair for Boy Scouts of America. He's also a Distinguished Toastmaster and founder of the Twin Cities Business Leaders Toastmasters club... Personal, professional, and economic development drive all of Jim's efforts and he looks forward to being an ongoing asset in the leadership of the Economic Development Coalition.

 

Collaborating with many of the country’s finest developers, construction managers, architects, and builders, Kari McFallhas established herself as a leading Construction and RealEstate professional. Her20+ year distinguished career includes a diverse portfolio of projects from office, technology, industrial, hospitality, multi-family, and golf course construction along with, but not limited to, property acquisition.

As managing partner for Mcfall Strategies, Kari’s responsibilities include land acquisitions, teaming on all levels, strategic planning, and maintaining relationships within the industry, including brokers, architects, owners, municipalities, engineers, and developers.

McFall Strategies was established in 2011 and has developed and managed projects throughout the southwest and Northeastern United States.

Kari’s approach to business is simple: “Start small, think big and, motivation is 9/10ths of the game. Kari’sprofessional goals are to understand the needs and aspirations of clients, provide solutions through multiple avenues, and build the right team to execute the solutions in a harmonious, sustainable environment.

Kari’s passion is giving back through her community and the ability to help others by serving on the Bannister House Board, YMCA Board, and the AGC Build and Serve Committee.

Keith Krzewski serves as Audit Partner for PKC Kuebler, APC, a full-service accounting firm located in Temecula. Keith services clients through his years of expertise in both public accounting and practice in private industry. This affords him a unique perspective of knowing what it is like to be in his client’s “shoes” since he served in that capacity for 14+ years before returning to public accounting.

Keith is a member of the Murrieta Temecula Group and recently became Board President of the Economic Development Coalition after serving for several years as Treasurer. Keith is fully committed to the vision and mission of the EDC in bringing an innovative and collaborative approach to economic development, through partnership and cooperation among the public and private stakeholders in our region and would be honored to continue serving on the EDC’s Board of Directors.

Professional Experience

2012 – Present PKC Kuebler, APC – Partner

2006 – 2012 Swenson Advisors, LLP – Partner/COO

1996 – 2006 Baker & McKenzie LLP – COO (San Diego Office)

1992 – 1996 Directed Electronics, Inc. – COO/CFO

1982 – 1992 Coopers & Lybrand/Nelson Parkhill BDO – Audit Manager

Areas of Expertise

Accounting and auditing

Forensic accounting

Non-profit accounting with emphasis on internal controls

Civic Involvement

Economic Development Coalition – Treasurer

Murrieta Temecula Group - Member

Calvin Christian High School – Endowment Committee, President of Athletic Booster Club

Education

Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration

 

Kimberly Adams is the Founding President and CEO of Visit Temecula Valley hired in 2004.

With her first budget of $54K, the area was not yet on the map it became obvious to Adams the future effort, vision, structure, and need of proper marketing, planning, staffing, and funding of her organization.  In 2005, Adams first priority was initiating and developing a Tourism Improvement District to generate sustainable funding for Tourism Promotion. That district was the first in inland Southern California and the fifteenth district in the State. today with an annual budget of over $2.5 million.  In 2008, Adams addressed the destination’s identity launching Temecula’s first comprehensive branding initiative. That effort has effectively positioned the destination as “Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country.” The branding platform has proven accurate and powerful as a reflection of the true destination experience.

Fifteen years Temecula Valley Tourism generates, $1.3 Billion in Travel spend, Supports 9,500 Travel & Tourism employees, and welcomes 3.3 million visitors to Temecula Valley annually.

From 1983 to 1997, Adams was a member of the operations and long-range planning team for the Zoological Society of San Diego, developing exhibits and events at the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Wild Animal Park. Going to work for LEGO® Group in 1997, identified Adams’ niche as a start-up leader. From the ground up, she oversaw the retail construction and 1999 opening of LEGOLAND California; conversion and the operation of LEGOLAND Windsor (outside of London); and the construction and 2002 opening of LEGOLAND Deutschland (Günzburg, Germany), LEGO Downtown Disney Anaheim, and Orlando. Adams then worked for LEGO Global designing and opening dozens of new LEGO Brand retail stores in Europe and across the United States as a Global Director of Operations.

Today, like many in the travel and tourism industry, Adams promotes a destination she not only lives in but also loves calling home. A Temecula Valley resident since 1992, Adams welcomed the opportunity to bring her professional experience locally. She is in awe of the casual, picturesque valley’s natural beauty and blue sky – distinct, memorable characteristics that help attract more than 3.3 million visitors each year. Adams and her husband have two daughters; together they pursue a shared passion for traveling.

Boards, Committees

Visit California Rural Chair, Visit California CEO Form, Visit California Marketing Committee Visit California Content Committee, Cal Travel Regional Representative, EDC Board Member, 2018 Temecula Citizen on the year.

Kim Joseph Cousins is the president/CEO for the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce sinceAugust 2004. Prior to his current position, Kim was a senior manager in various positions within theFinance, Marketing and Sales divisions for Mazda North American Operations. He has held variouspositions in the financial management field for McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell, TDK and Bristol Industries.Kim majored in Accounting and Management Information Systems and minored in Business Psychology atCal State Fullerton. He attended a Ford Management Program at Tuck, Oxford and University ofBangalore, India.

Community Involvement:

Board of TrusteesArea 1–Riverside County Office of Education–July 2018-PresentBoard Member–Southwest Healthcare System–2010-2018Board Member–Trauma Intervention Program 2009-2017Board Member–Lake Elsinore Unified School District 2006-2010Board Member-Economic Development Corporation of Southwest CA2006–PresentBoard Member–Boys and Girls Club of SouthwestRiverside County–2017-2018President–Rotary Club of Lake Elsinore 2016/17Member Since 2003Treasurer–HOA Board of Directors1996-2020

Personal:

Kim’s personal successes include helping to raise two beautiful daughters and being a good husband.He isactively involved with hissevenbeautiful grandchildren.He enjoys working with the local schools toimprove opportunities for success beyond graduation. He effectively represents the City of Lake Elsinorein Southwest California.

Kimberly Davidson is the Economic Development Director for the City of Wildomar where she is responsible for business attraction, business retention, and business growth. Prior to Wildomar, Kimberly was the Economic Development Manager for the City of Corona (2016-2019) and the Business Development Manager for the City of Murrieta (2008-2016).

 Among many notable awards for promoting business in the Temecula Valley, Kimberly was awarded “Woman of the Year” in 2016 for the 67th District by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez. Kimberly was also named “Citizen of the Year” in 2014 by the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce, received a “Power to the People” award by Assemblywoman Melendez in 2014, and was recognized by the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce as one of the “40 Under 40 Movers and Shakers in the Valley” in 2013. Kimberly was a national award recipient in 2008 for the “Home-Based Business Champion of the Year” from the U.S. Small Business Administration for unfaltering passion to help home-based businesses in the Temecula Valley.

Kimberly has held many board positions over the years including Angels at Work, Find Me Foundation, and the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-IE). She is a strong supporter of the Murrieta-Wildomar Chamber of Commerce.

Kimberly holds a BA in Journalism from California State University Northridge as well as a leadership certificate from California State University San Marcos. She resides near Wildomar with her two daughters.

 

Michael Cano is a Menifee resident and veteran that served in the United States Marine Corps. Michael began his military service by volunteering for the draft in June of 1968. He served his country during the Vietnam War and was honorably discharged on February 12, 1970. He was twice wounded, receiving two Purple Hearts and for his distinguished service, he was also awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, a Combat Action Ribbon, a Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with Star, the National Defense Service Medal, and a Good Conduct Medal. He is a longstanding member of the Menifee community and serves as Chair on the City of Menifee Measure DD Oversight Committee, Member of the Economic Development Coalition, and recently elected to the board of directors at Riverside National Cemetery. In addition, Michael obtained his PhD from USC in 1997 and is a retired Professor of Economics and Finance at the University of La Verne. He is also a business owner in the city of Menifee and serves as Post Commander for the Menifee VFW Post 1956. Through his leadership and dedication to veterans of the community, he has fostered a growing presence by providing veteran recourses available to those in pursuit of higher education and a current advocate for Massachusetts based nonprofit organization, Home for our Troops to build custom homes for 911 post disabled veterans in the City of Menifee.

 

Morris Myers is the Director of Relations, Workforce, and Economic Development for Mt. San Jacinto College.  He has served in this and other roles for four years liaising with external stakeholders, including corporate partners, private foundations, alumni, friends, and a broad array of community and government partners.  Prior to his current position at MSJC, he was Executive Director of the Economic Development Corporation of Southwest California for nine years assisting the business community and city governments in growing a strong and vibrant economy in the five-city region of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, and Menifee. This assistance included working with state and federal elected officials and their staff advocating for the support of our regional economic development and workforce efforts.   

Morris graduated from the University of Houston with a BA in Environmental Design, after which he spent over 25 years in the home furnishings industry as a consultant, manufacturer’s representative, and designer. His years of experience in the Temecula Valley in design, domestic and international manufacturing, and economic development have given him the knowledge and understanding of the region’s valuable resources and talents. 

Morris accepted an appointment eleven years ago from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to the Riverside County Workforce Development Board (WDB) during which time he has served as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the full Board and as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Southwest Committee of the WDB Board.  Morris is also a Board member of the Temecula Education Foundation and a two-time past President.  He was invited to join the Murrieta Temecula Group in 2014, he is currently president of the Group and has served as its 1st vice president and treasurer. Morris serves on other boards and committees throughout the region.  

Morris Myers is a native of Natchez, Mississippi.  He has lived in Southern California for 36 years. He moved to the Temecula Valley region in 1993 and is the very proud father of one son who is currently serving as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy.

 

Patrick Ellis has been in the Chamber industry since 2007, starting as the President/CEO of the Moorpark Chamber of Commerce in Ventura County.  After producing many measurable improvements under the dynamic shifting conditions in a downturn market, Patrick moved on to the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce as the President/CEO in 2012. Patrick utilizes his boundless energy, great enthusiasm, strong leadership, and unmistakable trademark laugh to motivate his staff, where together they have revitalized the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce.

In 2017, Patrick lead the merger of the Murrieta Chamber and the Wildomar Chamber into the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce.  In addition, Patrick is extremely active with the Southwest California Legislative Council, a coalition of 4 chambers to address Federal, State, and County legislative issues.  He was appointed by Riverside County 3rd District Supervisor, Chuck Washington to the Riverside County Workforce Development Board, where he sits as the Chair of the Board of Directors.

Patrick has completed the Western Association of Chamber Executives Academy, a three-year training program for the new era of Chamber Management, and has served on the W.A.C.E. Conference Committee numerous times.  Patrick was recognized with the designation of Accredited Chamber Executive in 2020 for his dedication to upgrade his organization management skills and continued commitment to professional development.

Patrick was born and raised in Alhambra, California, he is First Generation Irish/American. He and his wife, Caryn, have two children, Liam and Brenna who love the fact they get to call Murrieta, home.

 

Roxanne Rountree is the Senior Public Affairs Program Manager for Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), which is currently the sixth-largest retail water agency in California. She has nearly two decades' worth of marketing and public relations experience and oversees the District’s strategic communications campaigns. Under her guidance, EMWD has successfully undertaken a consumer-driven rebranding effort and led campaigns to become a statewide leader in water conservation throughout California’s enduring drought.

Prior to her career in public relations, she served for six years in the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman/Psychiatric Technician. Her final duty station was at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, California

Following her service to her country, she spent five years as the Marketing/PR Coordinator for TaylorMade Adidas Golf in Carlsbad, where her responsibilities included national strategic media events and product placement in print media, television, and film. After leaving TaylorMade Adidas, she spent two years as the Manager for the Western Center of Archaeology and Paleontology. She developed the branding, marketing plan, and demographic analysis for the Hemet-based museum. While she enjoyed working with the Ice Age discoveries that were unearthed during the construction from Diamond Valley Lake, her interests lied more in what was in the lake than underneath it.

Since coming to EMWD, her focus has been on stakeholder engagement, establishing the utility as a valued brand within the community, and oversight of communications related to high profile construction and marketing campaigns.

A New Jersey native, she holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Management with an emphasis in Marketing. In her spare time, she is heavily involved in her youngest daughter’s travel softball team.  She is married with three daughters, including one who is an active duty service member.

 

CA Licensed Commercial Real Estate Broker # 1007118

CA Licensed Attorney – Real Estate and Business Law

CA Certified Public Accountant License (Inactive) 

 

CAREER SUMMARY 

Over the past 30 years, in her Commercial Real Estate career, Terri has represented both Buyers and Sellers of Land and Investment Properties throughout the Inland Empire.  Her background and experience in both accounting and law uniquely qualify her to provide a level of service unsurpassed in the field of Commercial Real Estate. In addition to her ongoing Commercial Real Estate career, Terri has also owned and operated 4 self-storage facilities, a vineyard and winery, several retail businesses, mobile home parks, and sales and has practiced real estate law and accounting.

SPECIALTIES 

Commercial Real Estate Brokerage – Ca Real Estate Broker since 1990

Real Estate and Business Law – Member of Ca State Bar since 1996

Self Storage Owner/Operator – Coachella and Murrieta since 1998

EDUCATION 

San Diego State University, Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Juris Doctor Cum Laude

San Diego Mediation Center Mediation Credential 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 

Economic Development Corporation Southwest Riverside Executive Board    

Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors

Linfield Christian School Board Member, Chairman since 2018

Former Founding Director Hidden Valley National Bank

 

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