After surviving the aftermath of a tornado in 2011 in Joplin, Missouri — one that required her health care employer to rebuild its hospital — Dignity Health’s Shelly Schorer was ready for a change.
Six years ago, she moved to California to work for Dignity Health’s Northern California division as its CFO. Since November, she’s served as interim president.
Bender Insurance Solutions is celebrating 85 years, three generations of family, and being a woman-led business. It’s the largest and only employee-owned commercial insurance and surety brokerage in the Sacramento region, with a mission to provide protection, superior service, and education.
With over 30 years serving Central Valley businesses and the local people and families who breathe life into them, Oak Valley Community Bank is committed to relationship banking at its best. Driven by a team of strong women leaders, Oak Valley is expanding in the Capital Region.
Bank of Marin values the unique perspectives and experiences of its employees as they help build and deepen relationships with businesses across Northern California.
Behind the scenes at SAFE Credit Union are six women who account for half of SAFE’s senior executive team. They come from diverse backgrounds and hold unique superpowers, but there is one thing that stands out among them all: hard work.
Amanda King, the leadership coach on the Foreman’s Development and Leadership Training NECA team is encouraged and inspired by NECA’s efforts to support women and make them feel valued.
“Architecture is a team sport that depends on collaboration and diverse viewpoints, including those of women,” says Beth Young, principal and Sacramento office director of HGA. “I’ve seen the industry’s landscape change, with more women hired and more women promoted to leadership positions, and HGA is at the leading edge of that evolution.”
With twice the national average of women in construction, the employee-owners at general contractor Hensel Phelps believe they can grow only by challenging each other to think and act differently.