1220 ENGRACIA AVENUE
TORRANCE, CA 90501
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
South Bay Professional Association (SBPA) is proud to announce that the membership for this association elected three new leaders for the offices of President, Vice President, and Secretary on the Executive Committee (EC) last week. Our Treasurer, Tiffany Vakharia is staying in her role.
We note deep appreciation to the esteemed outgoing officers — Chantalle Graham (President), Beatrice Dawson (Vice President), and Diane Naval (Secretary) — for their major accomplishments over the past 12-18 months and their ongoing work to assure a smooth transition.
(Photo above, left to right: President Murphy Witherspoon, Vice President Chris Tritschler, and Secretary Marie Margol)
About Murphy Witherspoon
Murphy Witherspoon, President, is known for his manufacturing, process and leadership/management experience, including being a Black Belt in Lean and SMED (Shingo Methodologies). He also brings his ToastMasters Leadership experience to the organization as well.
About Chris Tritschler
Chris Tritschler, Vice President, is an American Veteran who has proven the ability to be an entrepreneur in various businesses. Especially focused on Facility, Project, Production, and Inventory Management, he is now back in the classroom to pursue his next endeavor, perhaps family counseling.
About Marie Margol
Marie Margol, Secretary, has a Master’s degree in Project Management and extensive experience in corporate contracts and procurement. As an advocate for healthy living, she recently earned her Certificate of Completion in Nutrition and is making a career transition as a Healthy Lifestyle Consultant, educating others on nutrition and healthy choices.
About South Bay Professional Association
The South Bay Professional Association (SBPA) is the Torrance Chapter of Experience Unlimited (EU) sponsored by Employment Development Department (EDD). SBPA is a peer support and networking organization comprised of professional, managerial, and technical people with industry expertise who find themselves back in the job market. Working together, members support each other to identify employment opportunities.
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