News & Updates

Retail Habitats Design + Consulting, a local, full-service commercial interior design agency, can help make your business vision a reality in 2019. If opening or redesigning your store, restaurant or office is part of your 2019 plan, let our passionate group of rebellious creatives make the process simple, stable and successful. Retail Habitats has a […]

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LEAD San Diego has announced its six nonprofit partner agencies for 2019. Members of LEAD’s Impact San Diego Class of 2019 will form teams to gain hands-on experience by working with these organizations to accomplish vital projects that will benefit the agencies and our community. The six agencies and their projects are: A Reason to […]

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Angela Gange joined as a partner in Moms Making Six Figures, founded in 2009. She and the company have continued to build supportive connections between women ever since. “We all have really different backgrounds, but we all really wanted to have flexibility around our families,” Angie said of the group, noting that members come from […]

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PRIDE Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving individuals with intellectual disabilities to live in a home of their choosing. PRIDE Inc. believes that all people have the right to live independently, make an impact on their community, and share in the social, cultural and economic benefits and responsibilities of being fully participating members […]

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Member Spotlight: STACKED

STACKED: Food Well Built is an innovative, full-service restaurant concept where guests can use their imaginations to create the perfect meal for themselves, choosing between dozens of ingredients in any of five menu categories.  Guests combine their favorite ingredients, visually creating their meal on an iPad at their table. Located in Fashion Valley, STACKED, (next […]

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The evening included a conversation with special guest and featured speaker Julián Castro, former U.S. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development and Mayor of San Antonio, Texas. Castro shared stories from his experience as mayor of the seventh largest city in the country – a city largely dependent on trade with Mexico. He also addressed […]

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Our 6th annual Legislative Lounge, an informal, lighthearted and humorous reception and awards ceremony to honor San Diego’s elected officials and their staff. This year’s winners: “Rainmaker”: Congressmember Juan Vargas, 51st Congressional District of California “Bridge Builder”: Mayor of Mexicali Gustavo Sanchez “Staffer Who Gets $#!t Done”: MaryAnne Pintar, Office of Congressmember Scott Peters “Up & […]

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The federal government in Mexico has issued a statement reiterating its commitment to human rights, as well as to the safe and orderly flow of migrants especially the most vulnerable such as children, pregnant women, and the elderly. The Mexican Secretary of the Interior, through the National Immigration Institute and National Coordination of Civil Protection, […]

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The San Diego Diplomacy Council is partnering with Cuba Cultural Travel to offer a citizen diplomacy trip to Cuba from March 1-8, 2019! The itinerary includes visits with professors, journalists, artists, historians and alumni of our exchange programs across the country in Havana, Artemisa, Cienfuegos and Trinidad. This tour is designed to promote and encourage […]

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