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The Antioch Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the hiring of our new president and chief executive officer.

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“I am excited to turn the reins of the chamber over to our new CEO, Daniel Sohn. He has the experience that the chamber needs, fresh ideas and an outsider’s unique perspective that will help to drive the future of Antioch business,” said outgoing Antioch Chamber CEO and former Mayor Sean Wright.

Sohn is the current CEO of the Sonoma County Alliance, a North Bay business advocacy organization. He will succeed Wright and assume the overall direction of the chamber’s operations in June. Previously, Sohn served as CEO of the Imperial Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, where he was hired to lead the organization’s regionalization efforts. Most recently, he was nominated by Gov. Newsom and then appointed by President Biden to serve as a local board member representing California to the nation’s Selective Service system.

Before his appointment, Sohn was elected to the Haverhill, Florida, Town Council, where he served as an at-large city council member from 2018 to 2020. Other past roles include his time as CEO of the El Centro Chamber of Commerce and president/CEO at the South Florida Nonprofit Chamber of Commerce.

Sohn remains the managing partner and senior lobbyist for the Floridian Group …read more

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