Now a staff programmer analyst for the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Travis Meadows spent most of his youth as a senior deckhand, working and supervising others, for his father’s fishing business in Alaska.
Dian Baker says that 80 percent of her research is grounded in STEM education, a significant fact given her recent participation in a groundbreaking study on how nurses can directly help limit incidents of hospital-acquired pneumonia.
Kim Newlin earned two master’s degrees to become a cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist and adult nurse practitioner. She opened a clinic offering after-care and prevention for heart failure patients and greatly improved their rate of re-admission.
After a successful early career in sales and retail management, Sacramento’s Ron Klint decided it was time for a change.
Raley’s Grocers is to Sacramento what apple pie is to America. Given its leadership, it’s more than significant to see the grocer convert so much of its conventional produce to organic.
Gina Roberson earned her master’s degree in criminal justice, and is currently the associate director at the Child Abuse Prevention Center in Sacramento.
Jennifer Lombardi serves as the Executive Director and Marriage Family Therapist (MFT) for the Eating Recovery Center of California, Sacramento.
Woodrow W. Clark II, Ph.D., advises organizations and global leaders how to solve the problems of climate change through sustainable infrastructures and agile energy systems.
Dorothy Knable, once Sacramento’s CA Clean Money Campaign representative of four years, is upbeat whenever the topic of clean elections arises in conversation.
Governor Jerry Brown announced at his most recent inauguration that 50 percent of California’s electricity will be derived from renewable sources by 2030.
Brandon Anderson is the division manager for Destinations Mobility, whose mission is to provide safe, affordable wheelchair accessible vehicles and mobility equipment to physically challenged individuals.
Obed Magny of the Sacramento Police Department says, “If you’re thinking about a career in law enforcement, live your life in accordance with the ethics and responsibilities of the field.”