Rachel Rolnicki Joins Orange County Business Council as Vice President of Government Affairs
IRVINE, CA— Orange County Business Council is pleased to welcome Rachel Rolnicki as Vice President of Government Affairs, effective February 1, 2020.
Rolnicki comes to OCBC following her many years of service for Congressman Lou Correa, as well as State Senator Lou Correa and US Senator Barbara Boxer. “We are so pleased to have Rachel on the OCBC team, as she brings with her a demonstrated expertise in policy, strategy and community outreach,” said Lucy Dunn, OCBC President and CEO. “Rachel is a welcome addition to enhance and expand OCBC’s integral advocacy and government affairs initiatives.”
During her tenure with Correa’s office, Rolnicki represented the Congressman and his interests at meetings and community events throughout the County, and supervised policy matters regarding business, education, health care, environment, transportation, and other district needs.
“I am thrilled to join this important organization for businesses in Orange County,” said Rolnicki. “I look forward to helping make an impact in growing OCBC’s advocacy efforts to ensure Orange County thrives with a prominent voice in Sacramento and Washington, D.C.”
Rolnicki earned a Masters of Public Administration from University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in History from University of California, Santa Cruz.
Orange County Business Council 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 is comprised of the region’s most influential global businesses and organizations in the region, working to assure effective investment in infrastructure, an advanced education system that produces skilled workers, growth of venture capital and high tech companies, and housing solutions for the workforce. OCBC membership is comprised of some of the world’s largest global corporate leaders as well as representation from local government and academia. For more information, visit http://www.ocbc.org.
CONTACT: Catherine Harper