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Douglas Burke

DefenseWeb Technologies

Allan Camaisa

Anakam Inc.

Karen Conti

Lockheed Martin

Cory Cunningham

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Eric DeMarco

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions

Bruce Geier

Technology Integration Group

Frederick Harris

General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Company

John Pettitt

Northrop Grumman

Gary Wang

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Pam Campbell

California Bank & Trust

Alan Lane

Silvergate Bank

Lynn Reaser

Point Loma Nazarene University, Fermanian Business Center

Ellis Smith

Messner & Smith Investment Management

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George T. DeVries

American Specialty Health Inc.

Steven Escoboza

Hospital Association of San Diego & Imperial Counties

Scott Huennekens

Volcano Corp.

Thomas Jackiewicz

UCSD Medical Center

Jack Lief

Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Jonathan Lim

Halozyme Therapeutics

Ed Martinez

San Ysidro Health Center

Doreen Quinn

New Haven Youth & Family Services

Susan Salka

AMN Healthcare Inc.

Chris Van Gorder

Scripps Health

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Cohn Restaurant Group

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National City Mile of Cars

Karen Haynes

California State University, San Marcos

Jeff Moorad

San Diego Padres

Mary Walshok

UCSD Extension

Bill Walton

San Diego Sports Innovators

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Robert Half International

Mark Cafferty

San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp.

P. Randolph Finch


Maureen Gray

KBM Building Services

Mel Katz


James Lance

Kirby, Noonan, Lance & Hoge LLP

Arthur Nathan

Strategic Development Worldwide

Jason Rose

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Frederick Schenk

Casey Gerry Schenk Francavilla Blatt & Penfield

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Bingham Construction

Mark Read

Voit Real Estate Services

George H. Rogers, III

RQ Construction LLC

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Michael Wilkes

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Kent Williams

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