Gilbert CPAs provides professional services to hundreds of nonprofit organizations and also supports the nonprofit community philanthropically as a cornerstone of their company culture.
Founded in Sacramento in 1933, Golden 1 Credit Union is member-owned and not-for-profit, with a “people helping people” philosophy.
Dave Roughton serves as CEO for SAFE Credit Union and as an executive committee board member for the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC), where he is instrumental to both organizations’ success.
“Tri Counties Bank promotes total collaboration and cross-pollination to play to individual strengths and perform at a high level for our customers throughout Sacramento,” says Stephen Cairns, commercial lending regional manager.
The end of this year marks Bank of Marin’s first full year in the Greater Sacramento region. Its leaders credit the bank’s success to the continued support of its clients, dedication of its hard-working teams, and the bank’s commitment to the local community.
Vivek Ranadivé sometimes draws the ire of fans and media
criticism for perceived meddling in his team, which hasn’t made
the playoffs in 16 years. But there’s another side to his
story, his work as a leader of one of the highest-valued
businesses in the area and the potential impact he continues to
have on Sacramento.
Exchange Bank stands apart from competitors in several ways. One key differentiator is longevity not commonly found in community banks. Founded in Santa Rosa in 1890, Exchange Bank has an amazing 132-year history.
There’s no shortage of talented business consulting firms in the Greater Sacramento region. From strategic planning to IT consulting, business process improvement to staffing, Sacramento has a tremendous range of skilled organizations. So, when you’re thinking about the company you want to work with — or work for — what makes the ultimate difference?
Makers Made, a shop and platform for entrepreneurs to sell
handmade goods and wares, is part of a larger downtown
redevelopment trend in Stockton.
The latest point-in-time count of California’s homeless population shows that it increased at roughly the same pace as previous years, although it appears to have disproportionately affected Latinos. Experts say homelessness interventions are paying off but “the inflow is killing us.”