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Leadership | Innovation & Growth | Congratulations to 2 North Bay Leaders

This week, two North Bay organizations deserve a round of applause!

Amy’s Kitchen opens an on-site health care clinic

First, congratulations to Amy’s kitchen for its innovative approach to employee health care. They recently opened a primary health care clinic at their Santa Rosa production facility.

From time to time, we offer a round of applause to organizations and individuals making significant leadership contributions in their companies and communities.

This is a terrific idea and a clear recognition that a company CAN do more to meet the health care needs of its employees. It’s encouraging to see a prominent North Bay company take this important step.

Brian Ling becomes CEO of the Sonoma County Alliance

Brian Ling has been a long time friend and colleague in Sonoma County, and has been recently hired  as the new CEO of the Sonoma County Alliance. The Sonoma County Alliance is a coalition of business, agriculture, labor and individuals organized to protect private property rights, to encourage a healthy economy, to maintain a sound environment and to promote a responsive political process.

Brian was born in Sonoma County and has lived there all of his life. He has been a successful business executive throughout an action-packed career, and deeply involved in community activities throughout his professional life. He believes deeply in the strength and diversity of Sonoma County and will be the perfect CEO to lead the Sonoma County Alliance in the coming years.

Congratulations, Brian. The Alliance should be thrilled to have you at the helm. (I’m also sure people are wondering if this will give them an advantage on the golf course against you … but I doubt it.)


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