Carolyn McIntyre, a regional vice president for Sempra Energy, has been named the next president of the California Cable & Telecommunications Association, replacing Dennis Mangers when he retires later this year.
McIntyre will join the state's trade association on July 14.
She has been an executive in the energy industry, lobbying for her company since 1996. Prior to that, she was the legislative representative for the California State Association of Counties.
Commenting on McIntyre’s selection, Steve White, chairman of the CCTA's board of directors, said, “CCTA conducted a comprehensive and detailed search for our new president with a focus on the attributes that reflect our industry—honesty, integrity, entrepreneurialism, innovation and a commitment to ‘giving back’ to our communities. Without question, Carolyn meets, and exceeds, our expectations.”