The culture of Sacramento has changed and continues to evolve. Development and cultural opportunities exist that can help to shape Sacramento for decades to come. Tre Borden works with civic and private sector clients to develop engaging spaces in a
The relationship between doctors, nurses, patients, and caregivers is ever changing. Deans of the UC Davis schools of medicine and nursing join host Scott Syhpax to talk about new collaboration and innovations. Original airdate: 1/17/2020
Original airdate: 12/20/2019: Marcos Breton from The Sacramento Bee and Ed Goldman from The Goldman State join host Scott Syphax to talk about current issues in Sacramento and their outlook on the year ahead in 2020.
Original airdate: 12/13/2019: LeadingAge California is an advocate for non-profit senior living and care. The association represents over 625 nonprofit providers of senior living and care – including affordable housing, life plan communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, and home and
Original airdate: 11/22/2019: The California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies is an association of the organizations dedicated to providing mental health and substance use disorder programs and services to those in need across the state. In partnership with the
Original airdate: 11/15/2019: Dignity Health dicusses a new approach in providing education and training to healthcare providers in how to identify and treat victims of human trafficking. Dr. Ron Chambers and Jennifer Cox join host Scott Syphax.
Original airdate: 11/08/2019: The Sacramento Zoo was founded in 1927. Executive Director Jason Jacobs joins host Scott Syphax to talk about the zoo and its future.
Original airdate: 09/27/2019. For more than 100 years nationally, Big Brothers Big Sisters has created and supported one-to-one mentoring relationships with youths who come from predominantly low-income and single-parent families. CEO Reese Scherber and Board Chair Sean Filippini join host
Original airdate: 09/20/2019. The 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1919 provided women the right to vote. In celebration of 100 years of the amendment, Heather Fargo from the Capital Women’s Campaign and Diana Madoshi from the National Women’s
Original airdate: 08/23/2019. The ability for parents to choose the path for their children’s education continues the conversation on charter versus public schools. Margaret Fortune sits down with host Scott Syphax in partnership with American Leadership Forum to discuss the