San Diego, CA, October 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The Chairmen’s RoundTable (CRT), a San Diego non-profit organization that provides pro-bono mentoring to CEOs of private businesses in the Greater San Diego area, announced today that it has elected a new board of directors.
Paul Thiel will serve his second term as CRT Chairman. Dennis Dillon and Cory Grant will remain on the board for another term and are joined by seven newly appointed directors: Ginny Beneke, Malcolm Bund, Frank Creede, David Grooms, Robert Hill, Sherri Neasham, and Rob Weinberg.
“I am so grateful to these CRT members who are committing to serve on our board for 2019-2020,” said Paul Thiel, CRT’s Chairman. “They provide the leadership and direction to our organization that we need to continue to deliver executive mentorship to San Diego businesses as a way of giving back and strengthening our local economy. Serving on the board requires a dedication of time and energy above what they already do as part of our all-volunteer organization and it is truly appreciated.”
The CRT is known for providing “been there, done that” insights to clients who are facing a strategic crossroad in their growth. These executives benefit from the lessons learned by CRT’s membership of highly-regarded business leaders who have led innovative start-ups as well as major divisions of large well-established companies and organizations including AT&T, Burger King, Callaway Golf, Cardinal Health, Caterpillar, Deloitte, Eli Lilly, Exxon, FAO Schwarz, Freddie Mac, PepsiCo, SAIC, Scripps, Sea World, Toys R Us, SAIC and XEROX.
About Chairmen’s RoundTable
The Chairmen’s RoundTable is a non-profit volunteer organization composed of more than 40 current and former Chief Executive Officers, with extensive board experience and diverse industry backgrounds, and a broad base of sponsor and partner organizations. CRT mentors provide invaluable advice without compensation to CEOs of private businesses in the Greater San Diego area as a way of giving back to the community. CRT’s well-defined mentoring program is ideal for privately-owned small to mid-sized companies that are at a strategic crossroad and are looking to gain an outside perspective on key business issues. CRT serves around 30 clients per year and to date, over 500 local companies have benefited from CRT’s mentorship. For more information and to read about past client successes, please visit www.crt-sd.com.