Gilbert CPAs has been a pillar of the Sacramento community since 1984 and the team’s local roots run deep. Sarah Ellis, a fifth-generation Sacramentan and graduate of Sacramento State, joined the firm in 2001. She says, “I started at the staff level, progressed through all levels of the firm, and I became a partner at Gilbert in 2012.”
“The title and escrow industry is seeing changes that are advantageous for women,” says Jamie Corcoran, regional vice president for First American Title. “This industry is about 70 percent women, but women haven’t always been represented at that percentage in executive leadership positions.
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.
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.
Four years after Stockton conducted a nationally watched experiment, giving 125 households $500 a month with no strings attached, dozens of programs throughout California are testing the idea of a guaranteed income.
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Together, with clients across the U.S. and partner agencies around the globe, the award-winning Taber Creative Group (TCG) team collaborates with the organizations we serve to have increased brand valuations by more than $10 billion — and growing — since 1997.
In the Capital Region, microbusinesses are a critical cog in the economic landscape. This business movement is the theme of a 2022 book entitled “Tiny Business, Big Money: Strategies for Creating a High Revenue Microbusiness.”
Storms have already tested a region at high risk of flooding. One report says the Central Valley needs $30 billion in improvements over 30 years.
Business economists are reporting several warning signs about the national economy. But on a local level, things are looking up. We consider all the factors that will help the Capital Region be able to ride out a recession.