Felipe Flores speaks with Sandra Siepak about the nonprofit Ventura County Community Development Corporation.
Lisa Minyard and Reyna Chavez speak with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak, about the Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV), which helps Santa Barbara and Ventura County residents start and grow small businesses through training, loans to apply now and consulting.
Mary Anne Rooney speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Lyn Fairly, about the Port of Hueneme, which is the only deep water harbor between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay area. It is also the U.S. Port of Entry
Joe Briglio and Lilly Rudolph speak with Our Ventura TV host, Marvin Boateng, about Ventura’s 5-year Economic Development Strategic Plan.
Rebekah Evans, Executive Director of the Ventura County Lodging Association (VCLA), speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Marlyss Auster, about marketing and promoting tourism and economic development in the region of West Ventura County. (In addition to being the host,
Established in 1966, the nonprofit group, Community Action of Ventura County (CAVC), has a goal to increase self-sufficiency among low-income residents while increasing family and community economic stability. Tim Hockett, the Executive Director of CAVC, speaks about their work with
Marvin Boateng is the Loan Officer at the Economic Development Collaborative of Ventura County. In this Our Ventura TV interview he discusses the EDC-VC as a business resource for companies of all sizes doing business in Ventura County. The non-profit
Ventura City Council Member, Neal Andrews, speaks with Our Ventura host, Annie Gabriel. Mr. Andrews is Chairman of the National Policy Committee on Community and Economic Development. He discusses Ventura economic development and economic prosperity. In this interview, he touches
Ventura Creative Economy Specialist, Eric Wallner, is interviewed by Polly Hoganson about his role with the city of Ventura regarding local economic development.