Dorothy Knable, once Sacramento’s CA Clean Money Campaign representative of four years, is upbeat whenever the topic of clean elections arises in conversation.
During the height of the recent Great Recession, the unemployment rate in the Sacramento area was roughly 14 percent.
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.
Governor Jerry Brown announced at his most recent inauguration that 50 percent of California’s electricity will be derived from renewable sources by 2030.
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.”
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.
Jill Schlesinger reports the National Association of Colleges and Employers says 97.5 percent of internships are paid.
Jill Schlesinger reports that experts note that creative professionals may be the best candidates to morph their hobbies into careers.
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.