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The ceremonial installation and swearing in event of the new incoming members of the 98th Board of Directors of the Compton Chamber of Commerce took place on Thursday, February 9th 2023 at 12:30 pm in the Auditorium of the Career Link / Housing Authority Building in Compton, California.

Oath Of Office was administered by Honorable Judge Kelvin D. Filer.
Resolutions and Certificates were presented by: 
  • City of Compton: Mayor Emma Sharif, Councilperson Deidra Duhart and Councilperson Lillie Darden

  • Senate District 35: Senator Steven Bradford

  • Assembly District 65: Assemblymember Mike Gipson

  • 2nd Supervisory District of Los Angeles County: Supervisor Holly Mitchell

VIP's In Attendance: 

Emma Sharif, Mayor

Deidra Duhart, Councilperson

Lillie Darden, Councilperson

Eric Perrodin, City Attorney

Craig Cornwell, Former City Manager/City Attorney

Charles Davis, Compton Unified School District President

Judge Kelvin D Filer

Senator Bradford Field Deputy, and

Assemblymember Mike Gipson Senior Field Deputy.

During the February 9th event, Compton Chamber of Commerce also celebrated the 100th year of its foundation. We highlighted the history of the chamber, Compton's business and community leaders who have been instrumental in the chamber's continuity during challenging times and its success throughout the years.


Looking toward the future, the chamber is more committed than ever to boost the economic development in the city by making connections, building relationships, and partnering with like-minded organizations, business executives, and professionals, community leaders, and elected officials in the region who share the same interest: making the greater Compton area a great place to live and work again.

Health and Safety Measures

The Compton Chamber of Commerce is committed to taking enhanced health and safety measures during all its future events.

All participants, the members of the Chamber and the general public are encouraged to help keep each other healthy, and follow all posted instructions on the day of the event. Please stay home if you are not well.

By registering for and attending any chamber event, you are voluntarily assuming all risks related to exposure to any current or emerging health concerns officially published by the CDC and will not hold the Chamber or the venue in any way responsible for any consequences related to such exposure.

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