“Like many young adults, I jumped majors. At one time, I considered majoring in architecture and electrical engineering, ” said Gary Tousseau.
“My advanced degree has tailored my 25 years of nursing experience in patient care, leading and transforming nurses with the latest evidence-based research and practice,” said Barbara Gumnor.
CEO Nic Stover created his own natural capitalism by working with colleagues in Sacramento to fight for what he believed in: passing SB 594.
Sacramento, California topped the list as having the highest rate of employment growth between 2012 and 2013 at 5.5 percent, besting its more well-known contemporaries, San Francisco and Los Angeles counties.
Almost anything tangible manufactured or constructed in the modern world must meet certain certifications and qualifications for quality, safety, health, environmental and social responsibility.
It may no be the “House of Cards” or “West Wing” politics that pop culture likes to delve into, but Maya Wallace uses her public policy education to further social justice in her community.
It’s a general consensus by those in higher education that the formative years of a child’s mind through positive early educational experiences establishes a somewhat equal playing field for all children.
Emily Catlett is a school counselor at Luther Burbank High School – at least that’s one of the hats she wears. You could call Catlett a lifetime learner, passing down her acquired knowledge to everyone she encounters in her profession.
Knowledge, coupled with a keen sense of what is important to customers” is what it takes to be successful in cybersecurity.
“Get as much global perspective as possible, it’s key to understand the cultural aspects of an individual you are interfacing with,” said KaSandra Husar.
Shannin Stein is a manager of private events for a number of Sacramento institutions, like the vegetarian restaurant Mother, the Crest theater and, opening in May, The Empress restaurant.
Front Office Manager, Brittany Bates, fields their administrative duties. She trained through a Sacramento County, Office of Education, Regional Occupation Program (ROP).