Loren KayeLoren Kaye
California Foundation for Commerce and Education

Loren Kaye was appointed president of the Foundation in January 2006. Kaye has devoted his career to developing, analyzing and implementing public policy issues in California, with a special emphasis on improving the state's business and economic climate.

Kaye is also a gubernatorial appointee to the state's Little Hoover Commission, charged with evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of state agencies and programs. He served in senior policy positions for Governors Pete Wilson and George Deukmejian, including Cabinet Secretary to the Governor and Undersecretary of the California Trade and Commerce Agency. Kaye has also represented numerous private sector interests, managing issues that affect specific business sectors to promote an improved business climate or to resist further regulation or costs on business. Kaye lives in Sacramento with his wife and daughter.

The California Foundation for Commerce and Education is affiliated with the California Chamber of Commerce and serves as a "think tank" for the California business community. The Foundation is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the California business climate and private enterprise through accurate, impartial and objective research and analysis of public policy issues of interest to the California business and public policy communities.

Kaye is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego, with a degree in political science.​

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