Bettina McBee Hohman
Car Show Marketing/PR
As a proud “military brat, I’ve traveled throughout the United States as well as abroad. Once my father retired, we settled where he met my mother; the Monterey Peninsula. I graduated from Seaside High School in 1977 and went on to receive a B.A. in Mass Communications, with a concentration in Photojournalism from San Jose State University in 1981. After graduation I worked as a freelance sports photographer and soon was hired to work in the Economic Development Department of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce. In 1986, after the death of my father, I returned to Monterey and began working for KMBY Radio. I hosted two shows; The KMBY Jazz Transit and the Reggae Connection. In 1987 I moved to the East Coast, living in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Daytona Beach, Florida and New York City, where I worked for a marketing company named Saxton Communications. In 1996, I returned to California to attend the Academy of Art College in San Francisco before settling again in Monterey. Presently, I am the marketing coordinator for Green Jespersen CPAs: I also work with the marketing team of the Concorso Italiano (which is based out of Seattle, Washington) and a contributing writer for 65 Degrees Magazine in Carmel. I volunteer for numerous non-profit organizations (MY Museum, G.I. Josie and the Arthritis Foundation) and I am active with the alumni association for Seaside High School.
I love interacting with people, businesses and non-profits that have the goal of helping others, especially our youth.