UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long

Better Together: CEO Sonya Kay Blake on the Power of The Valley Economic Alliance for Greater Los Angeles

October 21, 2020 Sonya Kay Blake Season 2 Episode 36
UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
Better Together: CEO Sonya Kay Blake on the Power of The Valley Economic Alliance for Greater Los Angeles
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UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
Better Together: CEO Sonya Kay Blake on the Power of The Valley Economic Alliance for Greater Los Angeles
Oct 21, 2020 Season 2 Episode 36
Sonya Kay Blake

Season 2, Ep. 36: In today’s episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Sonya Kay Blake, CEO of The Valley Economic Alliance based in Sherman Oaks, California. In this capacity, she is a leading catalyst facilitating economic development in the San Fernando Valley, a vital and burgeoning region of the City of Los Angeles comprising 5 cities, 1.9 million residents and 64,000 businesses. The Alliance’s activities include promoting business vitality, efficient mobility, workforce development, affordable housing, and other aspects of establishing and maintaining livable, sustainable, and equitable communities. TVEA and Saybrook share very similar goals including creating and supporting a more sustainable world. 

To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu. And now, Sonya Kay Blake.

About The Valley Economic Alliance: The Valley Economic Alliance (TVEA) exists to help your business thrive regardless of economic ups and downs. It also works to enhance the quality of life for all who live and work in the Valley.

We do this by offering our Investor-Partners direct access to local business and government leaders, and through many business assistance services you can access as a Partner. As the Valley’s premier and most influential economic development organization, the Alliance pulls together all the hard-to-find resources you need to help you and your company succeed and grow. Our success is measured by your success.

The Valley Economic Alliance is a private, non-profit economic development and marketing corporation that serves businesses in the five-city region of Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles and San Fernando. Our purpose is to directly connect your business to the most valuable resources and influential leaders of the San Fernando Valley. We’re always here for you—if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.

Show Notes

Season 2, Ep. 36: In today’s episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Sonya Kay Blake, CEO of The Valley Economic Alliance based in Sherman Oaks, California. In this capacity, she is a leading catalyst facilitating economic development in the San Fernando Valley, a vital and burgeoning region of the City of Los Angeles comprising 5 cities, 1.9 million residents and 64,000 businesses. The Alliance’s activities include promoting business vitality, efficient mobility, workforce development, affordable housing, and other aspects of establishing and maintaining livable, sustainable, and equitable communities. TVEA and Saybrook share very similar goals including creating and supporting a more sustainable world. 

To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu. And now, Sonya Kay Blake.

About The Valley Economic Alliance: The Valley Economic Alliance (TVEA) exists to help your business thrive regardless of economic ups and downs. It also works to enhance the quality of life for all who live and work in the Valley.

We do this by offering our Investor-Partners direct access to local business and government leaders, and through many business assistance services you can access as a Partner. As the Valley’s premier and most influential economic development organization, the Alliance pulls together all the hard-to-find resources you need to help you and your company succeed and grow. Our success is measured by your success.

The Valley Economic Alliance is a private, non-profit economic development and marketing corporation that serves businesses in the five-city region of Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles and San Fernando. Our purpose is to directly connect your business to the most valuable resources and influential leaders of the San Fernando Valley. We’re always here for you—if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.