L.A. CEO Seeks Justice And The Truth For VictimsDr. Ron Martinelli, CEO/Director of Martinelli & Associates: Justice & Forensic Consultants, Inc., offers investigative services in the Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement areas.
Tech Industry Is Leading The Way In Job Growth In Los AngelesWith recent office space occupied in Playa Vista, high tech firms such as Google, You Tube, Facebook, Yahoo and Microsoft have expanded their offices now reflecting a prominent center for technology jobs in the area.
L.A. Digital Health Startup Founder Believes In EmpathyDarla Brown, CEO and Founder of Intake.me, is a lifelong learner because of the education she received and this has helped her to be successful in digital health startup business.
L.A. Clinical Psychologist, Professor Career Is Two-FoldedWith teaching, Dr. Ellis works at several psychology institutions training students in academic and dissertation coursework. On the clinical side, she works with adults, teens and couples, specializing in treatment through a mind-body lens.
L.A. Superintendent Values Student Growth And AchievementDr. Leslie Boozer, Superintendent of Schools for Fontana Unified School District successfully oversees the day-to-day management of the district's school sites and office due to her full involvement with every aspect of the school district.
L.A. Nanny Agency CEO Is Passionate About Her CareerQuality childcare is high on many parents' lists. Katie Provinziano, CEO of Westside Nannies works to find the ideal nannies for her clients.
Future Job Growth Looks Bright For Tech In Southern CaliforniaThe new job growth in the technology sector has now migrated to Playa Vista in Los Angeles, California. High tech firms such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, Yahoo and Microsoft have expanded their offices to this up and coming area dubbed as Silicon Beach.
Immigration Prompts Need To Teach English As Second Language In L.A.Silvia Rubalcava, a teacher at Gratts Learning Academy for Young Scholars, says dual or multi-language learning has become a necessity in Los Angeles.
L.A. Placement Program Pays Adults For Altruistic Charity WorkTina Rodriguez says California Mentor pays adults to care for the thousands of individuals with special needs that are currently looking for loving homes in Los Angeles.
Biological Technicians Study To Become Scientists In L.A.Dr. Hyunsook Park, an associate professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says tomorrow’s biological technicians will serve as a vital working party in many areas of technology.
Modeling Profession To See Rapid Growth In Los AngelesAs the overall perception of beauty changes, doors of opportunity are opening wider for aspiring models that better represent the consumers that live and work in L.A.
Job Prospects For Physician Assistants Balloon In L.A.De'Meya Brewer, a department administrator at Kaiser Permanente East Los Angeles Medical Offices, says physician assistants are needed in all areas of the medical industry, especially family medicine.
Successful Chefs In L.A. Received Formal Education And TrainingDaniel Keenan, an executive chef at California State University, Los Angeles, says formal training is a quick introduction to the skillful art of preparing, cooking and presenting food.
L.A.'s Food Service Managers Juggle Many Business ActivitiesKM Foodservice, Inc.’s Bob Schultz says if aspiring food service managers in Los Angeles do not have long-term work experience, they’ll need to participate in a culinary arts program.
Ophthalmic Lab Techs In L.A. Keep Pace With TechnologyNaMee Donan, a certified ophthalmic laboratory technician at Doheny Eye Center UCLA, says eyewear producers in Los Angeles must remain up-to-date on advancing technology.