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Hot 25: First Honorees
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Published: November 01, 2009

Christine (Reed) Iger

Then: Executive director, Building Industry Association – Orange County
Now: President, Iger & Associates Government Interface Consultants

Since leaving the Building Industry Association, Christine Iger has founded her own successful firm, Iger & Associates Government Interface Consultants, and survived two recessions. This last one, however, has forced Iger and her team “to re-align and
become more efficient,” she says.
   
In the years since she appeared on the inaugural Hot 25 list, Iger has made a name for herself as an expert in the area of government advocacy and the political process that’s involved with land development, and has been called to speak at numerous conferences and luncheons.

– Kaysie Ellingson





OC METRO's 2009 Hot 25 honorees:


Toby Bost  |  Mike Gillespie  |  Anil Puri  |  Sean Collins
Kevin Boylan & T.K. Pillan  |  Dr. Jason Knight  |  Hugh Hewitt
Luke Allen  |  Tina Aldatz  |  Sukhee Kang  |  Glenn Gray
Amelia & Florent Marneau  |  Tim McFerran  |  Tallia Hart
 Bill Sanderson Henrik Fisker  |  Janet Hamada  |  Wayne Gross
Julie Miller-Phipps  |  Michael Ruane  |  Carl St.Clair
  Pretend City Phil Willms Sheryl Bourgeois  |  Steve Nichols

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Web extra:
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of OC METRO's Hot 25 awards, here are our original Hot 25 honorees, who were featured in 1990.

Doug Rankin  |  Erich Vollmer  |  Dennis Aigner  |  Greg Patton
Janice Mittermeier  |  Carol Stogsdill  |  Carl St.Clair
Anton Segerstrom  |  Christopher Cox  |  Christine (Reed) Iger
Dr. Robert Bade  |  Thomas Mays  |  Mike Goode
Richard Gadbois  |  Rudy Castruita  |  Debbie Miede
Ernest C. Brown  |  Mossimo Giannulli  |  Daniel L. Rasmussen
Cynthia Ellner  |  Kathryn Braun Lewis  |  David Wilhelm

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first Hot 25 honorees