OCBC Endorses Wendy Bucknum for Mission Viejo City Council
IRVINE, CA—Orange County Business Council (OCBC), the leading voice of business in Orange County, has endorsed Wendy Bucknum for Mission Viejo City Council. Bucknum is a solid advocate of the Business Council’s key initiatives to enhance infrastructure investment, increase supply of workforce housing, continue the economic development of Orange County, and promote solid education programs to ensure a skilled 21st century workforce.
“OCBC enthusiastically endorses Wendy Bucknum for Mission Viejo City Council,” said Lucy Dunn, President and CEO OF Orange County Business Council.
“She is a true community leader who has demonstrated through her years of service a commitment to understanding and addressing community and regional issues. Her talents will help Mission Viejo reach new economic heights.”
Wendy brings a clear plan for addressing the issue of job retention and infrastructure development and has a solid background in community leadership. A 19-year resident of Mission Viejo, Wendy Bucknum serves as a Commissioner and Chair of the City of Mission Viejo’s Community Services Commission, is a board member of the South Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce and a member and former Vice-President of the Capistrano Valley Republican Women Federated. Wendy has also been a long-time active member of the Mission Viejo Nadadores and volunteer at Mission Viejo High School. Wendy was in the finance industry for several years and has worked in the Community Management industry since 1993.
Orange County Business Council is the leading voice of business in Orange County, California. OCBC represents and promotes the business community, working with government and academia, to enhance Orange County’s economic development and prosperity in order to preserve a high quality of life. OCBC serves member and investor businesses with nearly 250,000 employees and 2,000,000 worldwide. In providing a proactive forum for business and supporting organizations, OCBC helps assure the financial growth of America’s sixth largest county. For more information, visit www.ocbc.org.
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