Established in 1976, Porter Scott Attorneys has moved after 40 years on University Avenue. The firm’s focus on civil litigation sets it apart from other firms.
Driving among the idyllic rolling hills, storied wine country and charming Gold Rush-era towns of Amador County, you might think you’ve stepped back into the past. But one organization in this small rural county is looking to the future — and working to build a sustainable creative economy to meet it.
“Founded in Stockton in 1979, LDA Partners, Inc. has now opened a second office in Sacramento as part of their strategic growth. This full-service architecture, construction administration and land planning firm serves both the public and private sectors, with projects throughout California and Hawaii.
Focus: Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, Critical Care, Sleep Medicine, COPD/ Pneumonia Transitional Care, and Travel Medicine.
For over eight decades, the California Employers Association (CEA) has been supporting businesses of all sizes and industries with HR solutions, training and professional development services.
Assuming the role of Interim Dean of the College of Continuing Education (CCE) at Sacramento State University, Dr. Pamela Wimbush is dedicated to nurturing an atmosphere of innovation, collaboration and advancement.
The Education Foundation for California Schools supports and recognizes the instrumental role educators play in fostering innovation and creativity in their classrooms.
“I feel called to be a Jesuit educator. This is work I’ve wanted to be part of since I was in school and realized I wanted to be a teacher,” says Chris Alling, who became Jesuit High School of Sacramento’s president this past July.
The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) plays a leadership role in delivering quality education to the students in Sacramento County. SCOE directly educates more than 30,000 youth and adults, including thousands of district educators through training sessions and workshops each year.