Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 List – 2017 Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California State Government and Politics.

There are 22 people new to this Top 100 ranking compared with 2016 — changes that we believe reflect political and policy developments in the Capitol.

Source: Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 List – 2017 Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California State Government and Politics.

  1. Carolyn McIntyre
    One out of every two California households subscribes to cable television. Carolyn McIntyre, president of the California Cable & Telecommunications Association says that’s just the beginning. McIntyre has a double-barreled job as the association’s manager and lobbyist. She is used to handling challenges – before joining CCTA, she was regional vice president of state governmental affairs for Sempra Energy, a job that involved navigating Sempra through the California Energy Crisis. And earlier than that, McIntyre was an undercover narcotics agent. She is on the board of directors of the CCTA-funded California Channel, and formerly served on the board of Woman Escaping a Violent Environment. She is a product of local schools – Sac State (1984) and Kennedy High School.

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