Board of Directors & Committees

The Monterey County CVB is governed by a Board of Directors, an Executive Committee and other committees to aid in sales and marketing initiatives for the destination. All meetings are open to the public and administrated according to the Ralph M. Brown Act. If you would like information on how to become involved with a committee, please contact Alliah Sheta, Director of Communications & Community Relations, at 831-657-6405 or

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Board of Directors

Made up of 30 board members and advisors. Review a list of current members here.

Executive Committee

A five (5) Member Committee composed of the Corporation's Chairperson, Chairperson-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Past Chairperson of the Board. Main objective is to support the President/CEO in vetting of confidential issues, and shall act on behalf of the full Board of Directors in case of an emergency.

Finance Committee

Comprising as many directors as desired by the Board, shall be chaired by the Treasurer of the Corporation and shall advise and otherwise assist the Board and the President/CEO by providing general financial oversight in six areas including financial policies and procedures, budget planning, reporting, audits and managing capital assets and leases.

Marketing Committee

Chaired by a member of the Board, the purpose is to provide input and advice to the President/CEO and Board of Directors on the marketing plans and activities of the Corporation.

Sales Committee

The Sales Committee, chaired by a member of the Board and comprised of a representative from each of the lodging properties participating in the Room Night Index as well as any other key representatives deemed appropriate by the chair of the Board to accomplish the committee's mission. The committee's mission will be to actively participate in the development, planning and evaluation of MCCVB Group Sales programs.

Compensation Committee

The purpose of this committee is to review the compensation of staff, utilizing the HR audit in its determinations, and to fully understand, endorse and defend the subject, making any recommendations to the Executive Committee as needed.

Community Relations Ad Hoc Committee

The purpose of this committee is to ensure good relations, active participation and cohesive communication with our partner jurisdictions, business associations and other community groups on the positive economic and social impacts of tourism in Monterey County and on the benefits of partnership with the MCCVB.

Nominating Committee

This standing committee is chaired and appointed by the Past Chairperson with members recommended by the Executive Committee. Its purpose is to recommend candidates to the Board of Directors in the event of any vacancies during the fiscal year and for the nomination of a new Board at the end of the fiscal year in June. It follows an application process to solicit and evaluate all possible candidates.

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