Mesch was promoted to coordinate the CalChamber's grassroots advocacy program in December 2006.
In that role, her primary duty will be to enhance the CalChamber grassroots network throughout the state, working closely with the public policy staff to secure business input as early as possible on priority issues.
Mesch joined CalChamber in August 2005 as executive assistant in the public policy unit. She brought with her some 25 years of management experience supervising office, sales and marketing staffs and operational procedural programs in a variety of settings, including construction, realty companies, courier services and packaging companies.
She also served as director of marketing for the California Foreign Trade Zone at the Port of Sacramento with responsibility for developing new Foreign Trade Zone sites throughout Northern California and implementing an intern program in partnership with the University of California, Davis.
Mesch earned an M.B.A. from the American Institute of International Marketing in Arizona.
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