Joe Wallace, CEO and CINO Of The Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (CVEP) Announced His Plans To Retire

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Joe Wallace, CEO and CINO of the Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (CVEP) announced his plans to retire in mid-2024.

Wallace has been mentoring individuals and businesses for more than 30 years. He joined CVEP in 2012 to serve entrepreneurs and start-ups in the Coachella Valley.

Wallace has been honored with numerous awards throughout his career for his contributions to CVEP and the Coachella Valley over the years.

“It has been a privilege and a joy to have served as the founding managing director of the iHubs in Palm Springs and Palm Desert,” said Joe Wallace. “As the longest serving CEO in CVEP’s history, I believe with the expansion of the CSU Palm Desert Campus and a regional focus on economic development, the future of the Coachella Valley is bright.”

Wallace informed the CVEP board of directors Wednesday about his plan to retire in June 2024, giving the economic partnership a transition period and time to consider and select a new leader.

FOOTNOTE:  Joe Wallace is a technology entrepreneur who came to the Coachella Valley to start the Palm Springs iHub. With degrees or credentials from Stanford, Harvard, Evansville, and MIT plus a dozen startups under his belt, Joe values common sense business solutions that are rooted in scientific analysis.

He chose engineering and entrepreneurship over his early goal of becoming a rock star. His first book is Living Outside the Box.

Joe was also the past Editor of the City-County Observer before he moved to Coachella Valley to start up the Palm Springs iHub.


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