Economics Educator Advises Sacramento Institutions On The Green RevolutionWoodrow 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.
Sacramento Social Worker Becomes Social Justice OrganizerDorothy Knable, once Sacramento’s CA Clean Money Campaign representative of four years, is upbeat whenever the topic of clean elections arises in conversation.
'Hot Jobs' Mean Sunny Outlook For Unemployment In Sacramento AreaDuring the height of the recent Great Recession, the unemployment rate in the Sacramento area was roughly 14 percent.
Sacramento Division Manager Is Invested In Helping The DisabledBrandon 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.
Sacramento Solar Industry Heats Up Given The State MandateGovernor Jerry Brown announced at his most recent inauguration that 50 percent of California’s electricity will be derived from renewable sources by 2030.
Sacramento Police Officer With Doctorate, Provides Perspective To Professional StandardsObed 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."
English Professor Makes Sacramento Leadership A PriorityAmerican 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.”
Sisters Are Inspiring Women To Code In SacramentoAshma 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.