Monthly Archives: February 2018

With the second year of the two year legislative cycle ramping up, legislators face a February 16th deadline to introduce new bills. So far, the legislature has maintained its focus on housing and other land use changes that could alleviate the housing crisis, but is also turning its attention toward abating sexual harassment in the […]

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The City of San Diego wants to know how people get to and from work. To find out, the City has launched an online commuter survey. The results will help the City track its progress toward achieving its ambitious Climate Action Plan goals, including half of all commuter trips taken by bike, on foot or […]

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California closed out 2017 adding 52,700 net new jobs in December and the unemployment rate fell to 4.3 percent. California has been steady and not gained jobs for four straight months, after several months of alternating job losses and gains. In San Diego, the unemployment remains unchanged at 3.3 percent in December. The largest gain […]

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President Trump made public his ten year $1.5 trillion infrastructure proposal, indicating a change in direction that would more heavily rely on local funding for major infrastructure projects. The plan sets aside $200 billion in federal dollars, with a specific carve out of $20 billion for “transformative projects.” The remainder of the funds would then […]

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Sexual Harassment Panel

The Education & Workforce Roundtable hosted a Sexual Harassment Panel at their first meeting of the year on February 6th. On the panel were Mandy Benson, an HR professional in Sacramento who specializes in corporate trainings; Jeremy Vellon, a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Officer for the US Navy; and local attorney Dan Eaton who […]

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Honorees recognized for impact on key regional issues February 13, 2018 (San Diego, CA) – Tourism, baseball, homelessness, community investment, and genome sequencing. These are some of the industries and issues important in San Diego, and it’s where six leaders are making a meaningful difference that will be seen for years. LEAD San Diego will […]

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Beverly Weurding is honored with the 10News LEADership Award for founding the Wheelchair Dancers Organization, which provides free dance classes for both people in wheelchairs and the able-bodied volunteers who dance with them.

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December 18, 2017 (San Diego, CA) — LEAD San Diego will partner with six local nonprofits through the service learning component of its flagship program, IMPACT San Diego. Six Leadership Action Teams (LATs) will work directly with the organizations to develop recommended solutions to challenges and opportunities the nonprofits are currently facing. “IMPACT participants have […]

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Thank you to everyone that attended Nourish Medical Center’s Ribbon Cutting and Open House! It has been our dream to build a medical center where we help our patients achieve solutions…. Real. Sustainable. Results.  Nourish Medical Center is now a growing team of six doctors, a health and life coach and an amazing staff. Our wellness […]

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Eat Clean, Grabbagreen® We are Passionate About Making People Happy and Healthy! Founded in 2013 by two loving moms who found it increasingly difficult to feed their families healthy food while on-the-go.    What was learned by them very quickly was a serious need and demand for fast healthy food that tasted great reached far beyond […]

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