Monthly Archives: August 2018

U.S. Bank is opening a first-of-its kind branch office in East Village at 801 Market Street, across from the newly planned The Ritz Carlton and one block from Petco Park. We’re having a grand opening celebration from 10 to 11 a.m. on Sept. 13 and all are invited to stop by that day to experience […]

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Serving San Diego County for 138 years, San Diego Humane Society’s scope of social responsibility goes far beyond helping animals find loving homes. We offer a wide range of programs and services that strengthen the human-animal bond, prevent cruelty/neglect, provide lifesaving medical care, rehabilitate local wildlife, educate the community about the humane treatment of animals […]

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Are you satisfied with your current security process? Recipient of the 2017 Service Provider of the Year Award, City Wide Protection Services is dedicated to providing clients with peace of mind while serving with integrity. Started by Tom Tamar in 2012, CWPS has become one of the fastest growing security firms in the country. This […]

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With the goal of making a substantive and measurable increase in the number of local women in the C-suite and community leadership positions, Advance is a LEAD San Diego program dedicated to elevating women through tailored coaching, mentorship and skill building. Our 2018 participants have only three more classes left until the program is complete. Each […]

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Each year, members of the Impact San Diego class are divided into Leadership Action Teams (LATs). Each LAT is matched with a local nonprofit agency that can benefit from its team members’ expertise and leadership to accomplish an individualized project. We launched Leadership Action Team projects in 2004 to provide Impact participants with an opportunity […]

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Dear Young Leaders, A few months ago, we sent out a survey to get your feedback on how we can improve the programming, events, and opportunities for San Diego Young Leaders’ members. We heard you loud and clear, and we’re actively working to bring more networking opportunities, more speakers, and more programs to you. As […]

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On August 9th, Chamber Director of International Business Affairs, Kenia Zamarripa, met with German Lizola, Director of CESPT (State Commission of Public Services in Tijuana) to follow up on collaboration efforts that advance cross-border issues such as the Tijuana River Valley transboundary pollution. The Chamber is assisting in expanding CESPT’s communication and outreach to inform […]

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San Diego region’s home prices rose 7.3 percent in the past year, according to the latest data in the S&P CoreLogic Index released July 31st. As prices continue to rise, homeownership becomes even more out of reach. The increasing cost of housing in San Diego is making it more and more difficult for the region’s […]

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On August 7th , the Education and Workforce Roundtable heard from representatives from the Center for Creative Leadership, ViaSat, University of San Diego School of Business, and the County of San Diego on millennial engagement and retention in San Diego. Millennials now make up nearly 40 percent of San Diego’s workforce, more so than any […]

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The California Water Infrastructure and Watershed Conservation Bond Initiative authorizes $8.877 billion in general obligation bonds for water infrastructure, groundwater supplies and storage, surface water storage and dam repairs, watershed and fisheries improvements, and habitat protection and restoration. With support from both the San Diego County Water Authority and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern […]

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