“To succeed, you need to be willing to never stop learning and enjoy working under pressure,” said Steve Grobman is the Chief Technology Officer of Intel Security Group at Intel Corporation.
Leo Scrivner is the small business owner of Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa in the East Bay
Susan Penner, DrPH teaches courses in financial management and in program planning, management and evaluation for online and traditional nursing and MPH programs at USF.
Jill Schlesinger has the top skills that will make you a competitive candidate in a tough job market.
Information security spending reached $71 billion last year and is expected to increase dramatically to $86 billion by the end of 2016. As a result, employment across the industry is skyrocketing for people with a variety of technical and non-technical skills.
Donna Stoneham, Ph.D. is an executive coach, leadership development consultant and facilitator at Positive Impact, LLC and professor for the MBA program at Holy Names University.
In the San Francisco internet security industry, a bachelor’s degree or higher in the field is highly desirable and oftentimes mandatory, but occasionally, tech professionals go a different direction in college before discovering their niche.
Although an advanced degree is essential in many positions within the San Francisco healthcare industry, Scott Korney is an exception.
Bret Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO of San Francisco start-up Quip, was formerly CTO of Facebook and co-creator of Google Maps and Google Maps API.
Like the tech boom, there’s also a hospital building boom in San Francisco. The latest example is the expansion of San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.