Join the BYU Management Society for a sponsored luncheon with the Raley's Companies as we hear from Chelsea Minor Carbahal, Vice President of Community Impact and Public Affairs for the Raley's Companies.
About this event
Join the BYU Management Society for a sponsored luncheon with the Raley's Companies as we hear from Chelsea Minor Carbahal, Vice President of Community Impact and Public Affairs for the Raley's Companies. Chelsea will speak about Ethical Leadership in a Family Owned Business at the Raley's Companies headquarters located in West Sacramento, CA. Come join the Sacramento Chapter as we learn from this dynamic speaker who is moving the needle on the food and ag industry in the Farm-to-Fork Capital.
Lunch will be provided by the Raley's Companies for all registered guests who attend!
About Chelsea Minor Carbahal:
Chelsea (Minor) Carbahal is the Vice President, Community Impact & Public Affairs for The Raley's Companies, an innovative, digitally sophisticated retail company, operating in the Western United States.
As a member of the leadership team, Chelsea oversees The Raley’s Companies’ public image, including public relations, community impact and sustainability. In addition, she manages the company's public affairs
program, including statewide advocacy across multiple states and local government engagement. Since joining Raley’s in 2015, Chelsea has collaborated with state and local leaders to advance Raley's vision of changing the food system for the better.
Chelsea is also the Executive Director of Raley's non-profit, Food For Families. Since 1986, Food For Families has worked with food bank partners to alleviate hunger in the communities Raley’s serves.
Prior to Raley’s, Carbahal worked for KP Public Affairs, supporting California companies with public affairs and public relations services. Carbahal started in California politics as a fellow in the Jesse M. Unruh Assembly Fellowship Program and worked in the California State Assembly.
Carbahal graduated from California State University Stanislaus with a degree in Social Science and completed her Master’s in Business Administration for Executives at California
State University Sacramento. Carbahal is the Chair of the Metro Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC), Chair of the California Retailers Association, Board Member for Valley Vision, serves on the Advisory
Board for Sacramento State’s College of Business and a public appointee for the California Cattle Council. In 2020, Carbahal completed the American Leadership Forum program, which builds diverse networks of leaders focused on personal and community transformation in order to create inclusive and thriving communities.
In 2022, Carbahal was honored by the West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce as Businessperson of the year. In 2020, Carbahal was recognized as one of the Sacramento Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 and subsequently, Comstock’s Magazine’s Emerging leaders for “making a difference” during the COVID-19 pandemic.