Established in 2011, the Chile-California Council (CCC) is a bi-national nonprofit organization that promotes mutually beneficial relationships and knowledge sharing between Chile and California in both the private and public sectors. The product of a long history of fruitful collaborations between Californians and Chileans, the CCC operates like a start-up, working to create effective relationships that are essential to solve some of today’s most pressing challanges.

“Chile and California share plenty of similarities which offer fruitful opportunities for beneficial exchange of knowledge and experience”. -Lovell “Tu” Jarvis, Chairman of the Board

“Chile and California share plenty of similarities which offer fruitful oppotunities for beneficial exchange of knowledge and experience”. -Lovell “Tu” Jarvis, Chairman of the Board

Current Projects

The CCC develops mutually beneficial projects that allows our partners to expand their impact in the areas of Technology, State and Society and Natural Resource Management. These projects aim to establish long term collaborative relationships between private and public organizations at the state or national level.

2018 Annual Board Meeting Sacramento, CA

Coming Soon

Inclusion and Diversity in the Workplace

Coming Soon

Private and Public Emergency Response

Coming Soon

Chispa Spark Funding Program

Coming Soon

Officers

The CCC is spearheaded with a multidisciplinary board of thought leaders and experts in their fields to advise our committed staff. We also receive grants and support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile and we have representation from the State of California in our board of directors. This unique combination of talent and expertise allows us to establish truly public/private collaborations in Chile and California. Want to be part of our board? We’d love to hear from you!

Lovell “Tu” Jarvis

President

Isabel Valdes

Vice-President in California

Jake Leraul

Treasurer

Dan Green

Secretary

Staff

Ricardo Rodriguez

Executive Director

Who We Are

The CCC is spearheaded with a multidisciplinary board of thought leaders and experts in their fields to advise our committed staff. We also receive grants and support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile and we have representation from the State of California in our board of directors. This unique combination of talent and expertise allows us to establish truly public/private collaborations in Chile and California. to be part of our board? We’d love to hear from you!

Lovell “Tu” Jarvis

President

Isabel Valdes

Vice-President in California

Jake Leraul

Treasurer

Dan Green

Secretary

Staff

Ricardo Rodriguez

Executive Director

Who We Are

The CCC is spearheaded with a multidisciplinary board of thought leaders and experts in their fields to advise our committed staff. We also receive grants and support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile and we have representation from the State of California in our board of directors. This unique combination of talent and expertise allows us to establish truly public/private collaborations in Chile and California. to be part of our board? We’d love to hear from you!

Lovell “Tu” Jarvis

President

Isabel Valdes

Vice-President in California

Jake Leraul

Treasurer

Dan Green

Secretary

Staff

Ricardo Rodriguez

Executive Director

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The CCC is an independent 501 c(3) nonprofit organization whose activities are made possible thanks to the financial contributions of both the public and the private sector, and in-kind support from its members, collaborators and partners.

The CCC is an independent 501 c(3) nonprofit organization whose activities are made possible thanks to the financial contributions of both the public and the private sector, and in-kind support from its members, collaborators and partners.