Jay Harn

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Phone: 858-925-3208

Recent Stories

Executive Q&A: Alessandra Lezama - Founder and CEO, TOOTRiS

TECHNOLOGY: Disruptor Sees Digitizing Child Care Sector Saving Workforce, Businesses and Economy

A single mom and immigrant, Alessandra Lezama struggled with climbing up the executive ladder for the first 13 years of her career -- mainly due to inadequate child care.

San Diego to Market Unique Software

TECH: Get It Done Designed Through an Alliance with Deloitte

Software designed through an alliance between the city of San Diego and Deloitte is so unique and useful, the city council has now approved it to be available for sale to other cities and agencies.

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Fundraising Challenge

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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has 11 San Diego leaders starting a 10-week fundraising challenge to honor local pediatric cancer patients.

Women in Tech

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San Diego women who are making a difference in technology careers either working directly in technology-based businesses, or in technology roles in businesses, are being honored in this week’s Women of Influence in Technology section.

Advances

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Advancing San Diego, a collaboration effort to expand access to diverse talent for San Diego companies is helping the region meet inclusive growth goals by strengthening relationships between local industry and area education systems.

Executive Q&A: Jack Illes — CEO Smart City Labs, Managing Partner Urban Strategies

LEADERSHIP: Top Urban Strategist Sees New Technology Working to Enhance the Public Realm

Jack Illes, CEO of Smart City Labs, and managing partner of Urban Strategies, helps cities get connected with three different strategies. Each has its own business model.

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Encouraging Sustainability

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Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Sony Electronics with a 2020 Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Management Award.

Tri-City Medical Center Honored With 18 Communicators Awards

HEALTHCARE: Hospital Wins Best of Show and Earns More Than Any Other Regional Institution

Oceanside’s Tri-City Medical Center was honored recently with 18 awards from the Health Care Communicators of Southern California for community outreach and its public engagement efforts.

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A Heartfelt Gift

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The Conrad Prebys Foundation announced last week that it was donating $1 million to the Rady Children’s Hospital Heart Institute.

An Invitation

Anvil of Hope is inviting community members from across San Diego County to support small businesses and restaurants who continue to suffer from the economic impacts of COVID-19 by participating in its inaugural 30-day Walk for Hope celebration.

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