Washington, D.C., based architect Ileana Schinder is a relentless advocate for residential and urban design solutions that can offer pathways for addressing today’s pernicious affordable housing crisis. She highlights these in her book “Housing for Humans: A Book to Imagine, Create and Design a New Housing Model in America.”
After decades in thrall to the car, local developers and legislators are beginning to rethink parking and the role it should play in the city.
Beloved and with a bigger-than-life personality, Marvin “Buzz” Oates was known for his deep faith, patriotism, genius business acumen, unwavering integrity, and commitment to community.
By Jolene Fraser
When it comes to the prevention, quick detection or mitigation of internal and external fraud, it’s important that business owners turn their attention to the factors they can control and closely monitor those that they cannot.
River City Bank is celebrating 50 highly successful years in business with deep Sacramento roots and a bright future as California’s premier business bank. Backed by personalized service, local decision making and assets of more than $4 billion, River City Bank holds a unique position as the region’s largest independent, locally owned and managed bank.
Headwaters Building Group is celebrating 20 years of quality service and expert workmanship as California’s premier commercial builder, with projects throughout the state and the capacity for projects in Arizona, Oregon and Washington as well. Clients can expect best-quality results and the quickest turnaround times at reasonable prices.
For over 40 years, Deacon has maintained an intimate family culture while growing and building a diverse portfolio. With offices in Seattle, Portland, Sacramento and Pleasanton, a satellite office in Santa Ana, and more than 300 employees, the team completes over $500 million in work each year.
Eric Lam didn’t care for college. In 2018, as a freshman at UC Davis studying managerial economics, he decided to drop out. “I knew I wanted to do something in business, and I knew that I could probably learn that off YouTube,” says Lam. A friend suggested real estate.
Julie Phillips had a good idea early on where her interests lie. After growing up in Roseville, she attended UC Davis as a political science major and got strongly involved with the Greek community there. She wasn’t interested in pursuing politics; public policy fascinated her instead.
The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce has hosted Leadership Stockton for over 40 years. City staff have been participating in the program at various times throughout its history, developing its future leaders.