With recent events sparking national discussion about gender inequities in the workforce, businesses face an even greater urgency to identify solutions that are inclusive. That means creating a workplace culture that values leadership through collaboration and one that supports the unique individual leadership styles men and women bring to any organization.
Thomas Kenaya has more than 10 years of professional experience with both CPA firms and private industry.
Dr. Divina Grossman, who has more than 30 years of experience in higher education, is the new president of the University of St. Augustine for Health Services.
As the economy reaches new highs, demand for higher education is climbing at San Diego’s major universities.
Pilot Programs Offering Job-Focused 4-Year Degrees at Junior Colleges Could Come to an End
Come May, as the first graduates of a California demonstration project receive four-year degrees from an otherwise two-year college, there’s a good chance state lawmakers will be deciding how many students should have the same opportunity.
SERVICE: Adapting to Change, Eye for Expansion Drive Success
Keith Jones knows the lay of the land, and he looks like he knows it.
DEAL: AAV’s Decision to Exit Was Just One Part of the Sale
Announcement of acquisitions rarely hint at the machinations that sometimes occur behind the scenes of such business deals.
The San Diego County Bar Foundation (SDCBF) awarded a total of $105,000 to 14 San Diego nonprofit organizations as part of its 2017 grant cycle.
Solekai Systems merges with Fairway Technologies to expand technical services.
Change in accounting rules brings about a new business to facilitate compliance.
SDSU West is the name the university has given to its plan to redevelop the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.
Lance F. Tucker will begin serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer March 26.
LEGAL: They Change Fees, Formalities, Access
Want to start a business? You’re going to need legal advice.
The USASBE named SDSU management professor Alex DeNoble a Justin G. Longenecker Fellow.