Nomination of Laurie Black to the San Diego Unified Port Board of Commissioners

June 1, 2017

We are pleased to nominate Laurie Black to serve on the San Diego Unified Port District Board of Port Commissioners.

 We’ve had the pleasure of knowing Ms. Black for several years through her civic involvement with various organizations and causes.  She has been a part of the business and political landscape in San Diego for over several decades.  Previously, she served as Port Commissioner from 2007-2009 and has extensive knowledge and experience in Port-related issues and projects, giving her the unique ability to hit the ground running.

In addition to her work with the Port, she also has served as past President of theDowntown San Diego Partnership, and board member of the following organizations: Centre City Development Corporation, San Diego Convention andVisitors Bureau, San Diego County Regional Water Quality Control Board, SanDiego Library Commission, San Diego City College Foundation, San DiegoCommunity College Advisory Board, San Diego Opera, and Board of Overseers ofUniversity of California, San Diego.

 Ms.Black’s extensive skills and qualifications advocating for both economic and environmental issues as well as her relationships with stakeholders representing various sectors of the Port community have prepared her to be an excellent addition to the San Diego Board of Port Commissioners.  

 It is an honor to nominate such a knowledgeable and qualified candidate, and we urge our colleagues to support Ms. Black.

David Alvarez with District 80 residents


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