Johnny Tai Named Greater Irvine Chamber October 2017 Ambassador of the Month

Monday, November 27, 2017

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Johnny Tai has been named the Greater Irvine Chamber’s Ambassador of the Month for October 2017.

“All the experiences I have had as an Ambassador has been very positive. I enjoy participating in the ribbon-cutting ceremonies as I not only obtain internal insight about the organization, but also I have the opportunity to meet key members of the company, which allows me to connect to other members in my network to help our business community grow,” Tai said.

In addition to serving as an Ambassador, Tai has been involved in the Chamber’s Business & Workforce Development and International Development committees, has volunteered for more than one Business Outreach Rally, and has been a regular at various networking events since joining the Chamber since 2016.

“I have discovered the secret of what makes the Greater Irvine Chamber so powerful. It is the limitless amount of networking opportunities and the draw of quality and talented business people. The possibilities of growth becomes mind-boggling when one fully utilizes their membership privileges,” Tai said.

Tai has nearly three decades of risk management experience from different industries including financial, entertainment, insurance, industrial manufacturing, commercial airplane, and aerospace. He built a career for 14 years working on the Space Shuttle Program at The Boeing Company/Rockwell International.

Tai serves in a volunteer capacity as co-program chair for the Pacific Coast Exchange Club, immediate past president for the Crossroads Exchange Club, and director of the National Exchange Club, CA/NV District Division.

Exchange Clubs sponsor activities under the organization’s programs of service – Americanism, Youth Programs, and Community Service – as well as its national project, the prevention of child abuse. Each year, communities benefit from the promotion of pride in the country, college scholarships, youth mentoring, service to the underprivileged, and other services tailored to serve the needs of its citizens.

Congratulations, Johnny Tai!

For more information about becoming involved as a Greater Irvine Chamber Ambassador, contact Danielle Spellman.

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