Melissa LuVisi is a writer, entrepreneur and advocate. She is the recipient of the 2022 Sacramento Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business award and is highlighted in Crunchbase’s 2023 list of Influential Women in Sales Melissa regularly writes and is quoted as an expert in top publications, contributing to conversations around the arts, business, women, and healthcare tech. Her strategic contributions helped secure the receipt of the Inc. 5000 2022 & 2023 awards. She helped develop the Sustainable Life Project, a nonprofit for transitioning foster youth, and sits on the board of De Colores Art, a nonprofit serving neurodiverse artists and students.
In November, Sacramento burlesque troupe The Darling Clementines celebrated its 10-year anniversary. To celebrate, it held a blockbuster show with visiting acts like Frankie Fictitious and Banbury Cross, both from the Bay Area.
If you pass the intersection where Sacramento’s Natural Foods Co-Op faces the food bank and walk along the light rail tracks, you’ll discover the city’s oldest Latinx and Chicano theater, Teatro Espejo.