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Schwarzenegger Team Focuses on 2 Key Posts

Selecting a chief of staff and a finance director is seen as crucial during a short transition.

October 11, 2003|Peter Nicholas and Matea Gold | Times Staff Writers

Mario Rodriquez -- Founder and chief executive of Jonathan Grey & Associates. He also is vice chairman of the California Republican Party and president of the Hispanic Business Roundtable of California.

Elizabeth ("Beth") Rogers -- A farmer and businesswoman who is considering running against Schwarzenegger's GOP recall opponent, Tom McClintock, in the 2004 state Senate race.

Jeff Sedivec -- A retired Santa Ana Fire Department firefighter-paramedic and president of the California State Firefighters Assn.

George P. Shultz -- Former secretary of state under President Reagan.

Bill Simon Jr. -- The Republican nominee for governor in 2002; he lost to Gray Davis.

Donna Tuttle -- President and co-founder of Korn Tuttle Capital Group Inc., a diversified holding company based in Los Angeles.

Al Vasquez -- Producer of Abriendo Puertas en la Comunidad (Opening Doors in the Community). He also worked for the Department of Commerce in Washington.

E. Myrtle Williams -- Treasurer of the Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs Assn. and a 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday October 12, 2003 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 2 inches; 58 words Type of Material: Correction
Transition team -- A list of members of Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger's transition team in Saturday's Section A mistakenly stated that Ivan Reitman directed Schwarzenegger in the movie "Six Days/Seven Nights." Although Reitman did direct that film, which starred Harrison Ford and Anne Heche, Schwarzenegger did not appear in it. Reitman directed Schwarzenegger in "Junior," "Kindergarten Cop" and "Twins."

Pete Wilson -- Former governor for two terms. Before that, he served as a U.S. senator, state assemblyman and mayor of San Diego.

Dr. Sophie C. Wong -- Asian community leader in Los Angeles.

Charlene Zettel -- Public interest director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco. A two-term member of the state Assembly, she was the first Republican Latina elected to the Legislature.

Source: Schwarzenegger's transition team

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