Jennifer Saha’s resume boasts of successes spanning the public, private, and voluntary sectors. Recently honored as one of Sacramento Business Journal’s “40 Under 40,” Jennifer has served under two governors, oversaw public sector councils for a large tech industry association, and even launched her own government relations firm.
Charity Freeland was a typical teenager with typical teenage dreams. Like other seniors in high school, Charity was looking forward to starting her own life—going to college, launching her career in graphic design, and starting a family. In her soon-to-be-released memoir, Life Beyond the Scars: Finding Hope in Tragedy, Charity shares the story of how […]
Hi there! Sherman the DKS mascot here with a new question: “How do I become a better writer?” I am super stoked to answer this question, because as the writer of the “Stump Sherman” blog posts, I love writing! Today I’ll help you address three common mistakes in your writing. Problem #1: The curse of […]
California politics has always been in Jarhett Blonien’s DNA. The CEO of J. Blonien grew up in Sacramento with two parents who worked in the public sector.
Frances Phipps has been surrounded by music her entire life. Her father has passionately volunteered for a public radio station for more than 20 years, hosting both informational and music-centered programming. Her mother knows the words to every song (or at least makes them up quickly) and comes from a family full of women who […]