Rachel Leibrock is a Northern California-based journalism educator, writer and editor who covers arts and culture, food and current events . She worked for nine years at the Sacramento Bee, where she wrote about pop culture and music, and more than a decade at the Sacramento News & Review, including several years as Editor-in-Chief. Her work has also appeared in Bust magazine, Diablo Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. She graduated from Sacramento State with a degrees in journalism and mass communication. She also has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Mills College. She teaches journalism at American River College and is working on a memoir. More at www.rachel-leibrock.com.
Statistics and personal stories suggest that, overall, women may find more growth opportunities at nonprofits, and as a result, many more are opting for this route.
PODCAST: Cohousing communities are neighborhoods where physical spaces, outdoors and indoors, give residents a place to interact outside of their private homes. These communities are growing in popularity across the Capital Region.
Cohousing is a noteworthy trend as homebuyers seek options that
invest in sustainability and personal
Many Sacramento entrepreneurs, when forced to consider what it
means to launch a business during a time of crisis, realized
there could be plant-based opportunities.