Leadership Spotlight on Jacqueline Nishnic
8/6/2020
Michele Ignacio, A.O. Reed & Co.
Jacqueline Nishnic is the Business Development Manager at ATI San Diego. She is originally from the Los Angeles area, and after graduating from Colorado State University with degrees in Journalism and Public Relations and a minor in Psychology, she packed up her car and made the move back to Southern California.
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New Member Spotlight – Pearl Lai
by: Michele Ignacio, A.O. Reed & Co.

8/6/2020

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Pearl works as an analyst at Innovative Industrial Properties (IIP). IIP manages properties that are focused on specialized industrial real estate assets for the regulated medical-use cannabis industry. She works primarily in asset management and marketing, which involves interacting with tenants on a daily basis and managing the company’s social media presence. Read our Q&A with Pearl to learn more.
Trees That Go Bad
by: Sarah Gaskin, Consulting Arborist at A Plus Tree, Inc.

8/6/2020

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To live around trees is to inherently assume risk. Trees are living and dynamic, even the smartest of Arborists cannot assure you a tree will never fail. Yet, there are indicators and characteristics of a tree that can point to a higher level of risk or hazard. So, when a tree goes bad, whose fault is it? And how can we save our leafy friends from attacking?
New County Health Mandates and Recommendations - COVID-19
by: Contributed by Craig Benedetto, Legislative Advocate

8/6/2020

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The County of San Diego updated their public health orders on Wednesday, July 29th and included a new requirement related to businesses identified as the potential location for a community outbreak. A community outbreak is defined as three or more person testing positive for COVID-19 within a 14-day period.