POLB Commissioners Elect Thomas Fields President

Press Release
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Thoman Fields: Photo credit Port of Long Beach Commissioners

The Long Beach advertising executive & former city planning commissioner, will lead the commission for a 1-year term from 1, July 2013.

Thomas Fields will succeed Commissioner Susan E. Anderson Wise, who has served two years as President.

The Board President serves as chair of the commission, running board meetings and often representing the Port to the public and shipping industry.

“I look forward to serving as Board President; this is an exciting time for the Port as we look for the next executive director while at the same time proceeding with our capital improvement program to modernize the Port,” Fields said.

Fields is the founder and owner of Thomas Fields Associates, a Long Beach marketing and advertising agency. He launched his career as an advertising agency writer-producer in New York and Los Angeles, writing ads and commercials for Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Chevrolet, Evian, the California State Lottery, the California Angels, Hanes, Burger King and Prudential.

Rounding out the selection of board officers, Commissioner Nick Sramek was elected as Vice President. Commissioner Doug Drummond was voted Secretary. Commissioners Wise and Rich Dines will serve as assistant secretaries. All terms start July 1.

The five-member Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners is the governing body of the Port of Long Beach, which is the Harbor Department of the City of Long Beach. For full commissioner biographies, go to http://www.polb.com/commission/commissioners.asp .

 

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