Greater Irvine Chamber’s Linda DiMario Appointed to OCTANe Board of Directors
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Linda DiMario, executive vice president of the Greater Irvine Chamber, has been appointed to OCTANe’s Board of Directors. She joins an active and results-oriented Board dedicated to growing OCTANe's impact.
DiMario has collaborated with OCTANe leadership on annual events including the organization’s Medical Innovation Technology Forum and Venture Capital Investor Forums. Further strengthening the region’s industry presence on the world stage, she has partnered with OCTANe to lead a foreign direct investment trade mission to the U.K. last February as well as a second visit coming up in February 2018.
"We continue to build the OCTANe board of directors to reflect the diverse perspectives that an innovation hub such as Orange County represents. After having worked closely with Linda during the past two years it was obvious to me, she is a builder with a terrific reputation and will fit with the many talented individuals we have been able to assemble representing OCTANe to the community."
OCTANe Board of Directors are committed to providing technology business leaders with a forum to make a lasting impact on the future of the technology industry and the overall quality of life in Orange County.
OCTANe has created one of the nation’s most dynamic ecosystems to drive technology industry growth in Orange County by connecting ideas and people with resources and capital. It’s the one place where entrepreneurs, investors, executives, academics, clinicians, and business advisors come together to collaborate, create, and grow. It has enabled hundreds of medical technology, information technology, sports technology, and clean technology companies in Orange County to get started and grow, achieving an investment capital infusion upward of $1.4 billion and creating more than 7,500 jobs in Orange County.
For more information on the Greater Irvine Chamber’s economic development work, visit the website.
For more information about OCTANe, click here.
Category: Chamber News