Alice Perez

Alice Perez, Director

Alice Perez headshotAlice Perez is the External Affairs Manager at AT&T, and is a former President and CEO of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. Perez serves on the boards of the California State University Sacramento Foundation, City Year Sacramento, Center for Fathers and Families, and Policy Impact, and is a member of the Caltrans Statewide Small Business Council. She is also a founding member and Past-Chair of the Northern California affiliate of political action known as Hispanas Organized for Political Equality or HOPE-PAC. 

In 2011 she founded Alice Perez Consulting, focused on business and community engagement strategies. Perez was recognized in 2006 by KVIE for her dedicated leadership in the Hispanic community; in 2007 California State University, Sacramento recognized her with the Distinguished Graduate Award for her outstanding service in the community. 

Perez is a graduate of California State University, Sacramento with a bachelor of science degree in finance and insurance.

Management Team

Keetha Mills
President and Chief Executive Officer

Julian Roberts
Chief Financial Officer

Joseph Quintana
Chief Operating Officer

Melissa Conner
Chief Advancement Officer

Bill McElyea
Vice President of Human Resources and Operations

Bryan Miller
Vice President of Communications and Technology

Andrea Meyer
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Board of Directors

Manuel Baca
Chair of the Board

Kathy Williams
Vice Chair of the Board

George Acero

Arnoldo Avalos

Ferial Govashiri

Frank Gornick

Geneve Villacres

Jennifer Perry

Lance Izumi

Patrick Mulvaney

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