Risa Omega is president and general manager of ABC10, currently the most-awarded newsroom in the Capital Region.
A 31-year veteran of the California Association for Highway Patrolmen, Carrie Lane has risen through the ranks to become CEO.
Lakhwinder Kaur started out as a teller, and was quickly promoted to a personal banker. From there, it was a long, steady climb to her current role with Five Star Bank, where she oversees the Sacramento Valley market with an emphasis on community involvement and outreach.
As tribal administrator of the United Auburn Indian Community, Becky Johnson provides recommendations and implements decisions relating to programs such as the tribal school, social services, and cultural and historic preservation.
Bonnie Ferreira helms the Mountain Valley Chapter of the American Leadership Forum, a cohort from all walks of life, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and industries that represents multiple counties to explore challenges facing the region, connect with one another and develop their leadership skills.
Regina Cuellar is chairwoman of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, a Placerville-based federally recognized tribe — one of 109 in California.
As chief growth officer of PRIDE Industries, Leah Burdick connects people with disabilities with resources and ultimately jobs.
COVID has permanently changed priorities at the office and at home, and sparked thorny questions and conversations about the modern work-life balance.
See all the honorees for every Women in Leadership issue from 2015 to today here.
Jyoti Mehta is a Tri Counties Bank success story on many levels. As Senior Vice President and Commercial Lending Regional Manager, she manages a team of commercial lenders, portfolio managers and commercial loan servicing officers throughout the greater Sacramento area.