Carol Church serves as the Deputy Executive Director for the Rebuild SoCal Partnership (RSCP). Carol joined the Partnership in 2016 where she has worked side by side with Executive Director, John Hakel and now with incoming Executive Director, Jon Switalski. Throughout her tenure RSCP, Church has been instrumental in the growth and increased prestige of the Partnership.
Church has recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of Mobility 21, serving out John Hakel’s term.
Church has lent her expertise to the marketing and public relations efforts of RSCP. In addition, Church has been instrumental in expanding the Partnership’s legislative outreach to where it is today. RSCP meets with Congressmen and women along with CA State Supervisors and Assembly Members on topics pertaining to construction and infrastructure.
The passage of SB1 (The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017) remains a crowning achievement during Carol’s tenure at RSCP. Other major achievements that Church has managed include: the defeat of Proposition 6, liaison with state and local agencies, award winning SB1 video docuseries, media outreach and building other marketing efforts such as the Partnership’s website rebuildsocal.org.
When Carol joined the Partnership, she worked alongside Hakel as part of a two-person team. Today, RSCP has expanded their team to six and has moved to a new, larger office in anticipation of future growth.
Prior to joining the Partnership, Carol worked as a Real Estate Agent and an Executive in Retail Sales. Her specialty in Real estate was as a distressed real estate sales negotiator.
Church attended San Diego State University where she studied Psychology and Business. Her areas of expertise include leadership and management skills, marketing, contract negotiation and conflict resolution.