Nathan Carter wore numerous hats while working at McDonald’s restaurants. Eventually, he became the owner of several locations of the fast-food business in Los Angeles.
As an equestrian, Heard faced her fear of big jumps at an early age. Little did she know how losing that fear would profoundly impact the trajectory of her life and propel her career forward.
Last summer, the White House offered Southern California small business owner Kerman Maddox a unique opportunity to serve on a national committee set up to advise President Joe Biden’s administration on educational matters.
On Tuesday Jan. 10, at a press conference held in Sacramento, Gov. Gavin Newsom presented his first draft of the state’s 2023-2024 budget to the Legislature.
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Black and other minority-owned small businesses in California have actively fought for decades for more inclusion in California state government contracting opportunities.
Black women in the Golden State trail behind their counterparts from other ethnic groups in median wealth and a lower percentage of them have obtained higher education degrees. Black mothers and their babies have mortality rates that surpass women from other racial and ethnic backgrounds.
At a press conference held at the Pasadena Rose Bowl last week, Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 252, called the College Athletic Protection Act.
What happens when a seasoned company collides with a senior executive who is community-centered? Pure magic. When Georgia Zachary was promoted to senior director of the Boisset Collection--not only did Zachary win--but her community gained access to a billion-dollar industry.