Californians are ready for action. They are worried about the state’s economic future for themselves and for their families.
They wonder if California be able to have a future as glorious as its past? Many believe that is possible, but that a real focus on job creation must take place.
That’s what the first California Economic Summit is designed to do, to create real action items that can ensure job creation and other improvements in our state’s economy. The answers are being developed around the state by local Californians who are meeting in fourteen regional forums, preparing items for the May 11 Summit in Santa Clara.
Can it work? Lenny Mendonca is the Chairman of the Summit’s Steering Committee and explains how we will be able to tell if the Summit succeeds.