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“I was born and raised in Southern California. I’m a native Californians. I attended Cal State Northridge and I moved here to attend Loma Linda University. -- News Mirror

Moss Adams LLP logo Eric Lucas Joins Moss Adams as Managing Director in National Health Care Consulting Practice

Lucas is a graduate of California State University, Northridge, where he earned his degree in business administration and accounting. He has participated in multiple industry payment workgroups, represented hospitals in media discussions and has experience with advocacy groups related to major reimbursement matters. Lucas also was a pioneer member in the California Provider Fee development team and continues to play a role in its success. -- Healthcare Dive

Haley Guiliano Welcomes Michael Sobelman to its San Jose Office

About Michael Sobelman: Mike holds a B.S. in Physics from UCLA, an M.S. in Physics from CSU Northridge, and an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University. He began his career in the semiconductor industry testing DRAMs and microcontrollers. Sobelman's intellectual property experience includes leadership roles, IP M&A, and licensing with Sun Microsystems, Rambus, Intellectual Ventures, The Kudelski Group, and Immersion Corp. While at Rambus, Sobelman was part of the M&A team that acquired Cryptography Research, Inc. and ultimately managed CRI's semiconductor, postage, and point-of-sale patent licensing. -- PR Newswire

Meet Charita Carter, The First African-American Woman Executive Producer Of Walt Disney Imagineering

Before embarking on the pathway to an Imagineering career, Carter served as a senior accountant. She has a degree in Accounting from California State University Northridge. Carter worked as the Creative Development Division's finance manager and strategic business partner. Later, she grew into the role of Blue Sky Strategic Initiatives development manager and then advanced to show producer. -- Forbes Magazine

EVA LONGORIA : 8 FAITS INSPIRANTS QUE VOUS IGNORIEZ SUR LA STAR

Après 3 ans d'études (et en présentiel, s'il vous plait!) à la California State University, à Northridge, Eva Longoria obtient son diplôme de master en "Arts in Chicano & Chicana Studies", des étudies focalisées sur la population d'origine mexicaine aux États-Unis, dans un cadre multidisciplinaire et interdisciplinaire (son mémoire est disponible ici). Elle se réjouit dans un tweet posté le jour de sa remise de diplôme: "On est jamais trop âgée ou trop occupée pour poursuivre des études" -- Elle Magazine (in French)

Election 2022: Here’s who is running for LA County state Assembly seats

39th District: This newly redrawn district stretches from Palmdale to Victorville, where Democrat and Palmdale City Councilman Juan Carrillo — who touts his position as “the Antelope Valley’s only elected Democratic councilmember.” Carrillo says his values, and his personal story are the right fit to lead California’s new 39th Latino-majority Assembly District. Born in Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico, Carrillo came to L.A. when he was a teenager, ultimately earning a master’s degree in public administration from Cal State Northridge. His campaign is rooted in trying in efforts he says he’s been successful in as a councilman — expanding affordable housing, address the homelessness crisis, increase green space, and support local small businesses in recovering from the pandemic. Paul Marsh touts his credentials rooted in his U.S. Army service and his more than 40 years in the High Desert. With a career that began in the mortgage industry, he’s used his experience as a former Victorville planning commissioner and a member of the city of Victorville’s Homelessness Solutions Task Force, according to his bio. If elected, he said he wants to slash regulations to make housing more affordable, cut government spending, reduce the gas tax and shifting funding to law enforcement. He laments what he calls “one-party rule” in Sacramento. -- Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

CHS alums leverage strong creative connection

Miller spent just two years living in Canton and then transferred to Boston Green Academy for his senior year, graduating in 2015. He had hoped to continue his education at Howard University in Washington, D.C., but it was too expensive, so he decided instead to focus on his dream of making it as a rap artist. Noone, who graduated from CHS in 2016, crossed the country to enroll at California State University, Northridge, where he studied video production. -- Canton Citizen

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