Meet the Chamber’s Executive Board Member

Trevor D. Large
Managing Partner
Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray LLP

Trevor Large is Managing Partner of Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray LLP, a business law firm serving clients throughout California.  At FLAS, he heads the Employment Law team and specializes in corporate business matters ranging from formative counseling to strategic exit planning.

Large serves as the current First Vice Chair of the Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce (SBSCCC). Before the merger, he served on the Goleta Chamber Board of Directors, also serving as the First Vice Chair. Other board roles have included: Board President of the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Board President of Hospitality Santa Barbara, Board Member of the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation.

With the SBSCCC, he is an active member of both the Public Policy and Executive committees. Being a part of the Public Policy committee allows him to support efforts to build business friendly policies working with community leaders and local government officials. As part of the Executive Committee, he works closely with the leadership team to provide organizational direction and long term strategic planning.

“The merged chambers have created a great opportunity to support our members by making impactful policy decisions. We are diligent in our efforts to create a balance of how best to live, work, and play in Santa Barbara County.  As part of this team, my goal is to always find a strategic and effective path that advocates for the business community.”

Large is a Santa Barbara native and a proud UCLA Bruin. He graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in History and earned his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University where he was also on the Law Review.  In his free time, Large coaches his daughter’s Goleta Valley Girls Softball Association team, plays tennis weekly, and watches as much Dodger baseball (despite his wife being a San Francisco Giants fan) and UCLA athletics as possible.

Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce

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