Occupational Fraud – A Not-So-Invisible Threat
By Jolene Fraser
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
IMPLEMENTING CHANGE TO KEEP DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION A PRIORITY
Sacramento County is proud of the diversity in its leadership ranks and is committed to ensuring DEI is embedded in its internal culture as well as its external work providing services to the community. Recently, the county has taken several significant steps to ensure that DEI remains a priority.
S+B JAMES CONSTRUCTION
SETTING THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Inclusion and diversity are integral to the culture at S+B James Construction. The firm itself is a certified minority owned business (MBE) and is dedicated to conducting business both internally and externally with diversity and inclusion.
NECA AND IBEW
DEEP ROOTS AND BRIGHT FUTURE FOR SACRAMENTO’S UNION ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) are the heart of the electrical construction industry in the United States. The resources of both organizations and their ability to work together have helped further the Sacramento region’s growth.
COMMITTED TO FAIRNESS AND EQUITY IN HOUSING — AND BEYOND
As one of the top advisory, assurance and tax firms in the United States, CohnReznick has been part of the Sacramento business community for two decades. Since the mid-1980s, the firm has been a leader in the community development industry — an industry committed to improving the lives of minority and underserved populations.
Women Who Wine
The new face of women winemakers emerges from California universities’ viticulture programs
The viticulture program at UC Davis, as well as its sister programs at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo and Fresno State University, are quickly growing a new crop of women winemakers who could steer the industry in new directions.
MUTUAL HOUSING CALIFORNIA
35 YEARS OF SHAPING PLACES, SHAPING LIVES
Established in 1988, Mutual Housing California is celebrating its 35th anniversary while continuing its mission to develop, manage and support sustainable affordable housing where residents are partners in advancing equitable communities.
Cracks in California Labor Coalition Raise Hopes for YIMBY Breakthrough on Housing Bill
A California housing law grants generous benefits to builders who agree to only hire union workers. Trouble is, few if any builders found a way to do it.
The Rise and Fall of the Mall
Sunrise Mall and other shopping centers seek to reinvent themselves in a changing retail landscape
As many as 25 percent of America’s roughly 1,000 malls will close within three to five years, according to a recent study by Coresight Research. Migration patterns, a shift towards online retail and the pandemic are all cited as factors in the struggle of retail centers.
TRI COUNTIES BANK
COMMERCIAL LENDING SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE THE SUCCESS OF CALIFORNIA COMMUNITIES
Jyoti Mehta is a Tri Counties Bank success story on many levels. As Senior Vice President and Commercial Lending Regional Manager, she manages a team of commercial lenders, portfolio managers and commercial loan servicing officers throughout the greater Sacramento area.