June 21, 1993 |
When a prime minister or royalty visits Orange County, Gayle M. Anderson has the duty of being the first to greet him or her. As chief of protocol, Anderson deals with 87 consulates in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Francisco. These days, the job has taken on a new significance in helping local companies establish trading contacts abroad. An Anaheim resident, Anderson is a former apparel shop owner and real estate saleswoman. She recently spoke with Times staff writer Chris Woodyard.