CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN ‘S SISTER IS ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SEMPRA ENERGY ‘GAS LEAK’ PORTER RANCH RESIDENTS EVACUATE PORTER RANCH, CITY OF LOS ANGELES
KATHLEEN L. BROWN, THE SISTER
OF CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN
IS ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SEMPRA ENERGY,
THAT OWNS SOCAL GAS COMPANY “GAS LEAKED FOR MONTHS,
RESIDENTS FORCED TO EVACUATE
PORTER RANCH, CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Comment submitted by Addie M. Miller:
I was overwhelmed during my research of the SoCal Gas Company owned by the Sempra Energy that the Governor of California Jerry Brown’s sister “Kathleen L. Brown” is on the Board of Directors of Sempra Energy.
The Sempra Energy owns the site that is responsible for the gas leak that has leaked for months endangering the human beings in Porter Ranch, CA.
Sempra Energy states, ‘Kathleen L. Brown’ serves on Sempra Energy’s Corporate Governance and ‘Environmental, Health, Safety and Technology committees’.
Many years ago in the 1970’s Kathleen L. Brown would visit my mother. At that particular time she was a teacher at Main Street Elementary School located at 52nd Street and Main Street, South Central Los Angeles, California
She gave me the impression that she wanted to climb very high in the corporate sector and in my opinion she did, much too high whereas she does not care human beings lives!
For Kathleen L. Brown to serve on the Sempra Energy’s board of Directors CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ‘Environmental, Health,Safety and Technology committees’. Makes me wonder who really is Kathleen L. Brown?
I, Addie M. Miller wonder was this catastrophe planned purposely? Maybe someone wanted the land for a new development.
Deracination is a Crime against Humanity Forced removal of a People from one area to another area is a crime against humanity, even if it is market driven economics.
The more I research this issue concerning Porter Ranch, city of Los Angeles more PLAYERS are involved, that is why I wonder what really going on?
Sincerely, Addie M. Miller
Kathleen L. Brown has been a director at Sempra Energy since June 2013.
She is a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. Her experience includes 18 years as a senior executive in the financial sector and 16 years of service in the public sector, including a term as California’s state treasurer.
Prior to joining Sempra Energy’s board, Brown worked 12 years in leadership positions at Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., a global investment banking and securities firm. She currently is a director for Forestar Group Inc., a real estate and natural resources company, and the National Park Foundation.
Brown serves on Sempra Energy’s Corporate Governance and Environmental, Health, Safety and Technology committees.