As Walt Kelly’s cartoon possum Pogo said on posters for the first Earth Day in 1970, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Comstock’s president and publisher considers how the motto applies to California.
What does good leadership look like? Common phrases often used to describe essential leadership traits include integrity, humility, communication, self-awareness, gratitude, influence, empathy, courage and respect.
Placer County partnerships are the key to our success. We are one of the fastest-growing counties in California and business is booming!
The City of Lincoln offers a very unique community experience for its residents, including the amenities of much larger towns; the comfortable charm of smaller towns; wide-open natural spaces; safe, carefully planned neighborhoods; and unique economic development p
In 2019, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order to identify excess state-owned property that could be converted into affordable housing. Few local examples exist, leaving architects and developers to wonder if they are financially feasible and what, if any, kinds of funding are available.
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.
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.
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.
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.