The California Black Chamber of Commerce honored Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway, of Tulare, with its “Bridge Builder” award last month. Aubry Stone, president and CEO of the California Black Chamber of Commerce presented the award to Assemblywoman Conway at the organization’s annual legislative reception.
The California Black Chamber of Commerce selected Conway for the award in recognition of her efforts to improve California’s job climate.
“Assemblywoman Conway has done an outstanding job promoting legislation that helps the state’s economy while ensuring that the Golden State is an ideal location for all citizens to work, live and recreate,” said Stone.
“The California Black Chamber of Commerce is a strong voice for the hardworking business owners who serve as the backbone of our economy,” said Assemblywoman Conway. “I’ve enjoyed partnering with the chamber to make California a job-creating engine so that our small businesses can thrive.”
Senator Holly Mitchell, Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas and Assembly Chief Clerk E. Dotson Wilson also received recognition for their meritorious service at the reception.