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Sacramento Hispanic Chamber Latina Estrella Luncheon and AwardsThe Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held it's 3rd Annual Latina Estrella Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 12th at the Holiday Inn-Downtown Arena. With an audience of 200, four exceptional women were honored for their professional and community accomplishments to our region Lorena Martinez, The Colour Bar, Dr. Adela De La Torre, UC Davis, Melinda Guzman, Melinda Guzman Corporation, and Marie Acosta, Latino Center for Art & Culture. The 2017 Estrellas inspired with their personal stories of how they have reached success and the mentors that they had a long the way.
Sacramento Metro Chamber Holiday MixerThe Sacramento Metro Chamber annual Holiday Mixer was on December 5th at the California Auto Museum.
The Crocker Ball FundraiserThe Crocker Art Museum’s Crocker Ball, a benefit supporting special programs at the museum was on December 2, 2017. The signature black-tie fundraiser makes it possible for the institution to offer valuable programming for members of the region’s underserved communities.
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Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center “HOPE THRIVES HERE” CelebrationThe Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center held its Second Annual Hope Thrives Here Celebration with more than 400 community leaders and community members in attendance at Sacramento State on November 18, 2017. Proceeds support the Center's collaborative work with victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, human trafficking, sexual assault and child abuse. Open for just 16 months, the Family Justice Center has served over 1,500 individuals and families in our region.
City of Sacramento Innovate Sac ConferenceOn Wednesday, November 15, during Global Entrepreneurship Week, Sacramento State hosted The City of Sacramento's Innovate Sac conference. 150 people turned out to explore the exhibits of regional innovators and also hear from civic leaders and technology thought-leaders about how we can leverage emerging technologies to transform Sacramento into an innovation hub. The primary purpose of the event was to launch the Sacramento Urban Technology Lab. SUTL is a vision from the City of Sacramento’s Mayor's Office for Innovation and Entrepreneurship of government, academia and industry collaborating to transform Sacramento into a living laboratory for entrepreneurs, advanced technology businesses, and academic institutions to test, develop, and scale their ideas, products, and services. Speakers included Robert Nelsen, president of Sacramento State, Darrell Steinberg, mayor of, the City of Sacramento, Keynote Aaron Frank from Singularity University, Austin Brown, the executive director for the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy, and Louis Steward, Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Sacramento.

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