The impact of Qualcomm’s philanthropy and technology has been widespread and has created a global benchmark for how companies innovate, operate, and engage with their community.
You don’t have to look far to find someone that works for Qualcomm. They are our friends, family, mentors, and neighbors. And they provide a tremendous boost to our regional economy.
What happens next is in the hands of shareholders, but ahead of the vote, many San Diegans are sharing how the company has impacted our region, our companies, and our economy.
Check them out below.
Mark Cafferty, president & CEO, San Diego Regional EDC
Peter Callstrom, president & CEO, San Diego Workforce Partnership
Mary Walshok, Associate Vice Chancellor, UC San Diego Extension
Dennis Arriola, EVP, Corporate Strategy and External Affairs, Sempra Energy
Ken Davenport, president & CEO, Mission Edge
Nancy Jamison, president & CEO, San Diego Grantmakers
Jim Zortman, EDC board chair | vice admiral (ret.), US Navy
Jerry Sanders, president & CEO, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
Rory Moore, CEO & CO-founder, EvoNexus
Julie Meier Wright, retired president & CEO, San Diego Regional EDC
Linden Blue, co-owner & vice-chair, General Atomics
John Valencia, president & CEO, Voices for Children
Blair Salder, former president, Rady Children’s Hospital, and chair, Access Youth Academy
Jay Hill, CEO, San Diego Public Library Foundation
Do you have a # QualCOMMUNITY story? Tweet us at @SdregionalEDC and we might share it. We’ll be adding to this post.