In honor of women’s history month, Taylor Design is reflecting on our legacy as one of the earliest female-founded U.S. architecture firms. Nearly 45 years after Linda Taylor set out on her own, we proudly carry on her tradition of 100-percent employee ownership in an organization with more than 50 percent female employees.
Shriners Children’s Northern California helps children reach their potential and lead more fulfilling lives, regardless of the families’ ability to pay. The hospital provides the highest quality care from some of the world’s best surgeons and physicians.
The Randle Communications executive team excels because of the group’s camaraderie, expertise and relentless pursuit of success for client partners.
For 115 years, Lionakis has been designing, engineering, planning and shaping the Greater Sacramento region and beyond, with notable projects including the award-winning Sacramento River Water Intake Structure, the Cosumnes River College light rail station and the DMV headquarters.
Established in 2014, Hartman King PC achieves success on many levels thanks to a premier team of attorneys, paralegals and administrators with the guidance of Jennifer Hartman King, founder and president, and Alanna Lungren, principal.
Donna Bland and Golden 1 Credit Union are a powerful success story. Golden 1, one of the nation’s largest credit unions, has $19 billion in assets.
Gilbert CPAs has been a pillar of the Sacramento community since 1984 and the team’s local roots run deep. Sarah Ellis, a fifth-generation Sacramentan and graduate of Sacramento State, joined the firm in 2001. She says, “I started at the staff level, progressed through all levels of the firm, and I became a partner at Gilbert in 2012.”
“The title and escrow industry is seeing changes that are advantageous for women,” says Jamie Corcoran, regional vice president for First American Title. “This industry is about 70 percent women, but women haven’t always been represented at that percentage in executive leadership positions.
California’s public schools are a vast business operated by tens of thousands of professionals committed to improving the education system. Founded in 1918, the California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) is a nonprofit membership organization representing more than 25,000 professionals across 1,100 school districts statewide.