Her business, Riverview Media Photography lets Tia set her own hours. “The flexibility is wonderful. I meet new people all the time”. She photographs events for nonprofits like the Sacramento Metro Chamber and other chambers, and seen around town at high end events—going out to the clients’ businesses and shooting environmental photographs. Her big loves are old cars and boats. Her artful photographs can be found (and purchased) online at phototia.com.
Hundreds of guests gathered at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Thursday, November 20 for the 2014 Developer Showcase. The Association of Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) and Commercial Real Estate Development Association of Sacramento (NAIOP) co-hosted the annual event.
On November 14-16, aspiring women entrepreneurs filled The Urban Hive to create businesses in 54 hours at Sacramento’s first women’s hackathon.
On Thursday, November 13, SACTO hosted it’s annual Fall Membership Celebration at Il Fornaio in downtown Sacramento.
The North State BIA hosted its 2014 Sacramento Regional Housing Forecast on Thursday, November 13 at the Double Tree Hotel in Sacramento.This year’s featured speakers were Dr. Sanjay Varshney of California State University, Sacramento; Greg Paquin of The Gregory Group; and David Crowe, Chief Economist, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
On November 6, TechCon Sacramento brought together the region’s multiple tech sectors for a full day of innovation. Attendees had the opportunity to view the full spectrum of technology, gain a more robust understanding and appreciation of what’s happening in the Sacramento region.
On November 1, 2014, the American Red Cross rolled out the red carpet to celebrate the American Red Cross and their partnership with the Armed Forces. Co-hosted by Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty of The Armstrong and Getty Show the American Red Cross honored local World War II veterans and presented the Spirit of Tiffany award to our own, Winnie Comstock-Carlson, to celebrate her philant
Sacramento’s Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary hosted their annual Helping Handbags event at the McClellan Conference center on October 18, 2014. Hundreds of women gathered to support the Salvation Army and enjoy the luncheon.
On October 14th, the Sacramento Arts and Business Council honored art leaders in the region. Honorees included, Christopher Max Thompson for Artist of the Year, Sally West from Natomas Middle School for Arts Educator of the Year, and Barbara Crockett who received the Lifetime Achievement award.
Cookie dough, chocolate bars, entertainment books and gift wrap — 20 years ago, the Waldorf school David Sobon’s son was attending had students peddling all of these wares, yet they couldn’t fundraise even $10,000 in a given year. Frustrated that these “ridiculously painful fundraisers” were being placed on his child’s shoulders, the then-30-something decided on a whim to host his first live auction — which eventually led him to launch David Sobon Auctions.
On October 4th, hundreds of walkers and runners gathered at Raley Field to support the Greater Sacramento ALS Association. The ALS Association is committed to making a difference in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
More than 300 leaders in commercial real estate assembled to pay tribute to developer Michael Heller, known for his iconic, award-winning projects including the MARRS building, the Elliott Building and Sutter Brownstones. Roasters included developer Mark Friedman of Fulcrum and real estate broker/songster Kris Reilly of Colliers International.
Bouchard Communications hosted a “Friends” themed 20th Anniversary celebration in style with hundreds of their friends, clients and colleagues at Roseville’s historic Tower Theatre. Comedian extraordinaire Jack Gallagher was among the talented entertainers delighting the guests, who also enjoyed sumptuous faire, festive photo-ops and more.
The 2nd Annual Tower Bridge Dinner wrapped up Farm to Fork Week on September 28th. 700 guests gathered on the Tower Bridge and enjoyed a five course farm fresh meal prepared by Sacramento’s finest chefs.
Who’s already missing Farm to Fork Week and looking forward to next year?
A veritable who’s who of Sacramento’s business, philanthropic and arts communities came together to celebrate the marriage of David and Anna Sobon in grand style. The spectacular “Vegas Glam” wedding featured an Elvis officiating the nuptials, and the finest food, brew (Hoppy), wine (Sobon Estate), décor and entertainment one could possible hope for. Congrats to the happy bride and groom.
NAIOP hosted its 3rd annual Development Forum & Tour, Development 2015.
On September 8th, golfers gathers at the Catta Verdera Country Club for the finest golf tournament in the Sacramento region. SACTO’s annual golf tournament is one of the region’s premier sell-out tournaments.
On September 5th, community members gathered at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA for Region Builders’ signature annual engagement. Guests were joined by elected officials, leaders in the building industry, and enjoyed food and wine from around the region.
On Saturday, August 23, walkers and runners raced in the 16th annual 5k to raise money for California’s nonprofit performing, literary, cultural, and visual arts organizations and school music, literary, drama, and art programs.
For more information on the annual event, visit: http://www.raceforthearts.com/
On August 15th, the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) celebrated their 30th Anniversary at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento.
On June 19, the Sacramento Area Commerce & Trade Organization hosted its spring celebration for 500 of the organization’s members and guests at the Del Paso Country Club.
City Year Sacramento presented the 2nd annual women’s leadership event on June 4th the California Museum with VIP reception and dinner. The sold out event also honored the work of leading women and celebrated the increasing impact of female leaders in philanthropy and in their communities.