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.
Cheyanne Anquoe is chief operating officer at Arnold Law Firm, one of the top personal injury law firms in the Capital Region.
Ananda Rochita’s first language was Indonesian; by the time she started kindergarten, however, she also spoke English — thanks to time spent in front of the television watching the news. Years later when it came time to decide on an area of study, perhaps unsurprisingly, she chose journalism.
COVID has permanently changed priorities at the office and at home, and sparked thorny questions and conversations about the modern work-life balance.
Jayden Sangha is approaching his role as
assistant chief financial officer of the City of
Stockton from a community perspective, applying
everything he’s learned in his previous positions in both private
and public sectors.
Lora Anguay’s commitment to her work as SMUD’s chief zero carbon officer comes from her natural alignment with the company’s mission and community-centric values.
The regional business of entertainment, arts and sports is reemerging with new structures and outlooks in place.
PODCAST: Movies, sitcoms, commercials and more are still filming in the Capital Region, thanks to the work of local film commissioners.
Movies, sitcoms, commercials and more are still filming in the
Capital Region, thanks to the work of local film
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 growing in popularity across the Capital Region.
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.