He grew up the child of “brain drain” emigrants from Egypt. Now a noted expert on Middle East affairs, Tamir Sukkary not only achieved acclaim working for the state Legislature, but he carries on the tradition of brilliance of his family.
It was an odd route that landed Dr. Fran Walfish on this career path, but she is overjoyed that she made the leap.
A smokey summer makes for dark skies, but recent jobs reports are anything but gloomy.
California is one of the only states to have nurse-to-patient staffing ratios, making nursing a competitive career choice.
Sacramento’s business matchmaker says continuing education, diversifying and accessibility are critical for a personal toolbox.
A blend of cognitive behavioral therapy, psychology and life coaching allows Cali Estes to unlock the cause of addiction.
Lieutenant Jackie Long presents course curriculum in a real-world, accelerated format to students studying for an associate of science degree in criminal justice.
With community-based resources, Hacker Lab in Sacramento aims to educate folks and seed startups.
A Sacramento nurse uses personal experience and education as she excels with the personal touch.
An intellectual restlessness makes for a great businesswoman and a great journalist for Sacramentan Stephanie Flores.
The Sacramento region climbs out of the great recession with historic numbers.
A new Field Poll finds that half of all Californians approve of the job President Barack Obama is doing, a sharp contrast with his lower approval ratings in the rest of the country.