With a background in communications, an approachable demeanor and a passion for equity and education, Latoya Jackson-Lainez has found her calling as director of diversity, EEO and Title IX for Sierra College.
As Habitat for Humanity’s chief development officer,
Laine Himmelmann values the power of storytelling and hope
in equal measure. She manages fundraising and the
organization’s volunteer program, on top of public relations,
communication, marketing and media relations.
Attorney Corey Day has used his expertise in California alcohol
law to guide bars and restaurants through the many restrictions
and economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mechanical Engineer Brand Dahl is driven by his passion for
mentoring students in the “unlimited growth” of the manufacturing
Mentors can help mentees look for a job, strengthen their
portfolios, navigate the rocky waters of freelancing and
As executive director of HomeAid Sacramento, Amber Celmer is dedicated to empowering people experiencing homelessness.
Younger generations are rising to leadership positions as older people edge out of the workforce. To introduce the 2022 Young Professionals issue, Comstock’s president and publisher reflects on what makes these generations unique, and perhaps more importantly, what they have in common.
For an employer tired of paying for the unemployment benefits of “bad employees” they let go, Evil HR Lady prescribes getting to the root of the termination problem.
It’s no quick fix. The scaled-down tunnel — which would bypass the Delta and funnel more water south — still has to clear a gauntlet of reviews, would cost at least $16 billion and could take 20 years.
Sacramento’s largest architecture firm embraces employee wellness
with collaboration spaces, indoor and outdoor gathering spaces
and elevated workspaces known as “treehouses.”