San Francisco Attorney Helps Clients To Understand Legal ProcessDan Roth, a criminal defense attorney with his own practice, shares details about his career and all that it entails.
Police Consultant/Expert Witness Believes Education Is EssentialDave Blake, owner of Blake Consulting & Training, shares details and insight into his career as consultant and expert witness in police practices.
San Francisco Business Strategist Appreciates Her Liberal Arts EducationSenior Talent Acquisition Advisor and Business Strategist for TIAA-CREF shares insight in her career and how her education helps her everyday.
San Francisco Bay Area Added 9,600 Jobs In OctoberThe San Francisco Bay Area gained 9.600 new jobs in the month of October, largely driven by the City by the Bay's incredibly strong post-Recession economy.
Legal Advocate And Mitigation Expert Partners With AttorneysDebra Mendoza, non-attorney legal advocate and mitigation expert at D Mendoza Consulting, works with youth and adults to create solutions and alternatives to incarceration.
Physical Education Teacher Pursues Excellence In EducationTerry Piper is a PE teacher and site director in the San Francisco area, working to teach both children and adults the importance of good physical exercise.
San Francisco Computer Engineering Entrepreneur Is Big On RelationshipsRaghu Shivaram, a computer and electrical engineer, brought his tech skills west to become co-founder of Spritz, a full service marketing agency in San Francisco.
Social Entrepreneur Brings Health Awareness For Uganda ChildrenEmbraceKulture is a non-profit organization in Uganda founded by Christa Preston to change views in developing countries about children with mental and physical disabilities.
San Francisco MBA Grad Recounts The Benefits Of Education"The biggest reward from my master's degree is the network of alumni and faculty that continue to teach me concepts I can apply in my job," said Lindsay Schroeder.
New Tax Credits Will Bring 2,600 New Jobs To San FranciscoGov. Jerry Brown recently agreed to give three bay area tech companies $8.55 million in tax credits in order to spurn on job growth.