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Ontario Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year

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Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 10:42 am

Ontario — Janet Komoto has been selected as the Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s “Woman of the Year.” Komoto grew up and graduated from high school in San Francisco. After high school, Komoto received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from UC Davis. She then continued her education at UC Berkley, finishing her master’s degree in social work. Even after getting her master’s degree, Komoto decided to further her education even more, going back to get another bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cal State University- East Bay, formerly known as Hayward.

Komoto moved to Ontario in 1982 and has worked for over 25 years at Ontario Produce where she wears many hats. Komoto takes care of all the transportation, tax returns and is the food safety coordinator. She makes sure everything is up to standard and safe for consumption, ensuring they can pass audits and provide safe nutritional food for the community.

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1 comment:

  • Another idea posted at 12:13 pm on Sun, Dec 30, 2012.

    Another idea Posts: 53

    It's a curious thing for someone who is the Ontario Chamber's person of the year to be on the St. Luke's advisory board. Seems a little counter productive.