ED REECE

3rd Vice President, San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments

SGVCOG 3rd Vice President Ed Reece was elected to the Claremont City Council in 2018. He has been a highly engaged Claremont resident and business owner for over 18 years. He founded his boutique technology business, ISN Global Enterprises, out of his father’s garage. Vice President Reece was awarded Claremont Business of the Year and Claremont Businessperson of the Year. The United States Congress, California State Legislature, and County of Los Angeles have also recognized his business achievements. 

As a cancer survivor and community advocate, Vice President Reece has served the American Cancer Society as a California State Board Member. He also serves as President of CPHOA, Inc., President of the Claremont Crime Prevention Coalition (CCPC), and President of the Board of Trustees for the Inland Valley Repertory Theater (IVRT), and a served as the Chairperson of the Claremont Police Commission.  Experiencing firsthand the conditions of the police station and the need to mobilize the city, he took on a significant leadership role as the Co-Chair of Partners for a Safe Claremont. As a Councilmember, Vice President Reece has his sights on taking his passion of community service and business acumen to address a variety of issues, such as a renewed vision for homelessness, senior services, sustainability, fiscally responsible policies, community policing, and more.

Vice President Reece serves as the Claremont City Council representative to the Metro Gold Line JPA Board, and the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments. He also serves as an alternate on the Foothill Transit Governing Board, League of California Cities City Selection Committee, and the Pomona Valley Transit Authority.

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