About the Position:
Comstock’s seeks a creative and motivated Editorial Designer to collaborate on its award-winning monthly print publication. Comstock’s is the premier business publication for California’s Capital Region, which includes Sacramento and the nine surrounding counties.
The leadership and business consulting firm Unleashing Leaders provides trusted agents and practical techniques to accelerate the changes their clients seek. Founder and Chief Change Agent Lee Scott started as a solopreneur in 1997.
Established in 1997, Taber Creative Group (TCG) is an award-winning marketing and advertising company with a unique ability to help each brand present its true value and potential for growth. For 25 years, TCG has been delivering fully customized branding and marketing communications solutions that show and tell unique brand stories.
Tri Counties Bank offers comprehensive financial solutions rivaling those of larger banks, but with the flexibility and superior level of service expected of a community bank.
Over the past 33 years, Admail West has dedicated itself to delivering state-of-the-art print, data processing, direct mail and fulfillment services to a national list of clientele. In 1989, Kathy Pescetti and her business partner and mother, Joyce Riffel, took ownership of the company of seven employees.
The Johnson Group, one of the nation’s leading and most highly respected Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) recruiting firms, is celebrating 15 years in business. The firm serves AEC companies nationwide and has experienced exponential growth.
Angela Basi serves as Ernst & Young’s Sacramento Office Managing Partner and leads EY’s California Government and Public Sector practice. “For more than 20 years, I have been proudly serving EY clients and working alongside outstanding peers and mentors who have helped shape my career,” Basi says.
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