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.
Jill Schlesinger has tips on exploring opportunities abroad in today’s Jobs Report.
Ramon Chen, VP of Marketing at Reltio says, “There has never been a better time for all things data.”
Shawna Gibson is a Bay Area-based small business owner providing services to the senior in-home health care industry.
John Prendergast, Ph.D. spent 23 years training master’s level counseling students at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
Vik Singh, the CEO of Bay Area-based Infer, credits much of his success in the tech industry to his many talented mentors.
Marcin Klecynski was just 14 years old and in high school when he started his tech company after getting a virus on his parents’ computer.
San Francisco students thinking of becoming an educator may not necessarily follow the fascinating career path of Debbie de Coudreaux, but there’s a good chance they’ll be inspired by learning of her past achievements.