Sacramento State welcomes Jean Francois Coget as the dean of the College of Business. Having begun his duties in January, Coget is already busy team building among his faculty and staff and forging relationships in the greater community.
Sandy Smoley was once ubiquitous in local and state government, in the arts, in charity, in civic beautification and ultimately, as an in-demand public affairs and health care consultant for The Smoley Group. We check in with the local icon to see what she’s up to now.
The most recent election for West Sacramento City Council has marked a move toward equity — particularly when it comes to female representation. For the first time in history, West Sacramento has an all-female city council and mayor, who are also all women of color.
Sacramento and Solano counties are in a standoff with the state over mental health coverage for a portion of Medicaid patients in those counties — a dispute that threatens to disrupt care for nearly 50,000 low-income residents receiving treatment for severe mental illness.
The Randle Communications executive team excels because of the group’s camaraderie, expertise and relentless pursuit of success for client partners.
Established in 2014, Hartman King PC achieves success on many levels thanks to a premier team of attorneys, paralegals and administrators with the guidance of Jennifer Hartman King, founder and president, and Alanna Lungren, principal.
Clutch is committed to doing work differently, putting our values — and our employees — at the heart of everything we do. And as a values-based company, we know that it’s important to invest in a culture for our team who produce impactful and effective work for our clients.
Four years after Stockton conducted a nationally watched experiment, giving 125 households $500 a month with no strings attached, dozens of programs throughout California are testing the idea of a guaranteed income.
First responders and law enforcement in the semi-rural county are working with limited resources to respond to the multi-layered drug problem.
AmeriCorps, the federal program that recruits Americans
ages 18-26 for a 10-month commitment to national service, turns
30 this year. What do members learn about life in America during
their tenure, and what is their impact on Sacramento?