Josh Middlebrooks was promoted to president of Luxer One, the Sacramento-based maker of technology-enabled package lockers, last November as the pandemic had scrambled its business.
Kara Greene tells the stories of more than one interesting organization.
Jeneba Lahai was promoted to the top position at the Yolo County Children's Alliance in June after seven years with the organization, six of which she spent running its health programs.
Given the current landscape, you'd think employers would be doing everything possible to reduce turnover and avoid the recruitment game altogether. The numbers say otherwise.
As general counsel to the main advocacy group for California city governments, Corrie Manning writes amicus briefs for court cases affecting city governments' legal interests; hires staff for the League's City Attorneys Department, where city attorneys from throughout the state exchange ideas; and produces continuing education programs on municipal law.
As vice president of the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Juan Novello leads the organization's economic development activities, coordinating with local and state economic development agencies, colleges and local government.
As manager of the Kings' Social Responsibility Department, Maritza David helped launch the NBA's "Team Up for Change" program, a summit hosted by a group of NBA teams including the Kings on racial equity and social justice.
New York-based micro-mobility company Helbiz Inc. announced its intention to deploy a fleet of e-scooters in Sacramento as part of its plans for expansion in California.
Jyoti Mehta is the first woman to achieve the position of regional commercial lending manager at Tri Counties Bank in the Chico-based institution's 46-year history.
Josh Escovedo is a litigator with Sacramento law firm Weintraub Tobin, specializing in real property and intellectual property, with a particular focus on trademark and copyright disputes.