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- Security Industry Needs 'Passion And Expertise,' Says San Francisco VP "How information is protected and respectfully shared is a beautifully complex challenge that welcomes passion and expertise from many angles," says VP and CPO at Intel Security.
- San Francisco Psychotherapist Uses Integrative Mode Leslie Davenport, licensed therapist, and author of "Healing and Transformation Through Self Guided Imagery," designed an Integrative Psychotherapy model that brings an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to healing and wellness.
- Health Care Industry In San Francisco Is Booming With Opening Of New Hospitals The recent celebration of three new hospitals poised to open in San Francisco early next year is yet another clear indicator of a booming economy.
- RN Advises San Francisco Nursing Students To 'Put On CSI Hats' Frequent Stanford guest lecturer, and San Francisco RN, Author Barbara Dehn, advises students to be curious and to find the joy in discovery.
- CEO Says Start-Ups Require A Tireless Work Ethic In San Francisco Bay Area The CEO of UltraSportsLive.TV gives career advice for students interested in a career in the tech industry.
- San Francisco Novelist, Professor Used Education To Answer Life's Riddles Award-winning novelist and playwright, Daniel Curzon Ph.D. was an early champion of stopping internet hate crimes and has made appearances on national television, radio and print media.
- Software Developers Are Among The Fastest Growing Occupations In San Francisco The software development segment of the tech industry ranks high for the most job openings in San Francisco.
- Businesswoman Advises San Francisco Students To Follow Their Passion Prominent Bay Area businesswoman Chris Bronstein, Founder and CEO of A Band of Women, shares some career advice for San Francisco business majors.
- San Francisco Psychology Expert Advises Students To Pick What They're Good At World renowned psychology expert Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly offers some career advice for psychology students in San Francisco.
- CEO Advises San Francisco Job Seekers To Consider A Tech Startup Torsten Kolind, CEO and co-founder of San Francisco-based YouNoodle says, "In big tech, you're a cog in the machine, in a startup, you build the machine."