Chamber View: The Path to Lead

By Metro Chamber|September 1, 2017

At the end of week one in my first “real job,” the President of the company invited me for a cup of coffee. Our interaction wasn’t longer than ten-minutes, but the fact that he took interest in learning who I was stuck with me throughout my career. After that quick…

Oak Park’s Wellspring Women’s Center Unveils Updated Kitchen

By Metro Chamber|August 30, 2017

OAK PARK’S WELLSPRING WOMEN’S CENTER UNVEILS UPDATED KITCHEN 2016 Leadership Sacramento class completes community project serving 200 women and children in need SACRAMENTO, CA – With the assistance of Leadership Sacramento, a program of the Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation, Wellspring Women’s Center unveiled an updated kitchen supporting and enhancing the…

Blog: A Q&A With Metro Chamber Foundation Board Member Michael Smith

By Metro Chamber|June 9, 2017

Meet Foundation Board member, Michael Smith! He was in Leadership Sacramento 2002 and served as the Leadership Sacramento Co-Chair in 2009 and Chair in 2010. He was the Chair of Inspire Giving since inception in 2009 and currently serves as Vice Chair. Michael is truly a leader in our community…

Blog: Five Questions with Jaime Wilson – Leadership Sac Alumni Committee Chair

By Metro Chamber|June 9, 2017

Get to know your Leadership Sacramento Alumni Committee Chair, Jaime Wilson, from LS14! If you’re a Leadership Sac alumni, make sure you stay up to date on upcoming events and stay connected to get involved. Read our Q&A session with Jaime below to learn more. Tell us about yourself Hello!…

Blog: Leadership Sacramento Class to Create STEAM Program at South Sacramento School for Under-Served Youth

By Metro Chamber|March 14, 2017

Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) fields provide increasing career opportunities, and nationally, STEM-related careers will outpace non-STEM careers over the next decade. Median earnings in California STEM careers are also more than double earnings in other careers. Despite the trends, California students continue to trail their U.S. peers in math…