Climate Change, Education, Energy, Housing and Land Use
Amy Mmagu has been lobbying for the Claifornia Chamber of Commerce since April 2011. She has presented the business perspective on energy, climate change, housing and land use issues, and now follows education issues.
She joined the CalChamber staff in 2006, working in a wide range of areas, including labor and employment, health, education, climate change, energy, and housing and land use. She also assisted in workers’ compensation, transportation and infrastructure, tourism, telecommunications, and international relations/trade.
Before coming to the CalChamber, Mmagu worked for the California Cable and Telcommunications Association. She also worked for a Spanish exporting company in China for three years and was an intern for the U.S. State Department in Peru.
Mmagu earned a B.A. in international relations from California State University, Sacramento, spending one year at the University of Denmark in Copenhagen, studying European politics.
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