American River College Professor John Bell advises students on the academic path to “consider participating in society as much as you can by taking leadership positions.”
Ashma and Shruti Sethi – both computer engineers at Intel and founders of Women Who Code Sacramento – are sisters in real life and are passionate about bridging the gender gap in the tech industry.
Rowena Bonzon, Occupational Therapist in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at the UC Davis Medical Center, finds joy in returning a patient to his or her prior level of function.
Aaron Watkins is the president of Appency: the first “full service app marketing agency” in the country, which is dedicated to promoting mobile apps.
According to CalRecycle, California leads the nation with an approximate 65 percent diversion rate for all materials, and today recycling supports more than 140,000 green jobs in California.
Paris Kidd, career services advisor at Carrington College in Sacramento, asserts “Communication is the most important factor in this position.”
Lieutenant Tim Albright of the Elk Grove Police Department, says, “We pride ourselves on building and fostering quality and meaningful relationships with those community members.”
Nikolas Howard, is committed to the recruitment of passionate, dedicated people to serve as teachers and educational leaders to empower thousands of low-income students.
Darby Patterson, Director of the Stride Center for teaching technology to the disadvantaged, says “Our program succeeds where others fail because we are committed to the success of each student.”
Audra Flynn, Clinical Supervisor of the home health program for the University of California, Davis, Health System discusses her career in the home health sector of the nursing profession.
Precious Barnes, business and human resources management professional gives prospective students the advice to “Have a plan A-Z.”
Michael Rehm practices civil litigation and DUI defense at The Law Office of Michael Rehm, throughout California with an office right down the street from where he grew up.