CMTA leader hits #34 on Capitol's most influential list

By CMTA Staff

Capitol Update, Sept. 4, 2015 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend

Capitol Weekly announced its annual "Top 100 Major Players” list last week.  CMTA President Dorothy Rothrock was ranked 34th in the touted index.

CMTA staff congratulates Dorothy.  We are fortunate for Dorothy's service, and the manufacturing community is the beneficiary of her hard work. CMTA is delighted she has been recognized for her influence in California's legislative and regulatory processes.

For 15 years Dorothy has diligently represented manufacturing interests with a respect for all opinions, seeking first to understand all sides of the issues.  Her tireless work, deep understanding of policy impacts on competitiveness, and keen ability to bring parties together are unmatched. 

 

California industry on Dorothy’s ranking:

"Dorothy's ranking is much deserved, she unites our community and effectively pushes our powerful manufacturing message in the Capitol."

Pamela Kan, Bishop-Wisecarver

"Dorothy and her team have significantly advanced the manufacturing agenda in Sacramento and in her new role as President of the CMTA she has become an eloquent spokesperson for California manufacturing jobs."

Daniel Steen, Owens Illinois

"Dorothy is one of the strongest and most rational voices in the Capitol, which is why she made this list.  Her voice is exactly what California manufacturers need in the Capitol to shape policies that help industry grow in the state."

Scott Folwarkow, Valero

"We’re glad to see Dorothy’s skills recognized by Capitol Weekly.  The depth of her knowledge across a wide variety of industries makes Dorothy a key player uniting California manufacturing."

Steve Regis, CalPortland Company

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