Mira Guertin joined the California Chamber of Commerce in December 2009 as a policy advocate focusing on high technology, legal, corporate taxation and education issues. In November 2012, she was assigned to spearhead CalChamber advocacy on environmental regulation issues, including reform of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) processes, Proposition 65 litigation, and green chemistry regulations.
Before joining the CalChamber, Guertin was a legislative advocate and regional director at TechAmerica, a high technology trade association, where she handled public policy matters in all 50 states.
Guertin holds a B.S. in psychology from Santa Clara University. She worked for five years as a middle school teacher in Cupertino, California while earning an M.A. in education at Santa Clara University. She earned a J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, with a certificate in government affairs.
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