Let’s Get To Work
Receiving most of his education in the San Francisco Bay Area, Adam Welcome returned to his former preschool to become principal of the school named after the “Father of the California public schools.”
After six years in the military, Kris Degaust, made the decision to go back to school which resulted in his current career with the world’s leading petition platform.
Joe Harrison, a Bay Area nurse practitioner, has used his extensive education to treat seniors who are suffering from psychiatric conditions, as well as in various roles in political activism.
Tracy Sjogreen, says that one of the best qualities a manager can have is the ability to acknowledge outstanding work from team members.
“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.
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.
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.
Frequent Stanford guest lecturer, and San Francisco RN, Author Barbara Dehn, advises students to be curious and to find the joy in discovery.
The CEO of UltraSportsLive.TV gives career advice for students interested in a career in the tech industry.
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.