San Diego’s Top Influentials highlights the Who’s Who in San Diego business, profiling the top newsmakers of 2012. Visit www.sddt.com/influentials for the full report. Click here to view the finalists.
Brian T. Galligan, vice president of asset management for the San Diego and Orange County regions of Kilroy Realty Corp. (NYSE: KRC), is about to lead the REIT into the mixed-use arena in San Diego County.
Performing the design-build delivery method on construction projects helped Mark Filanc and J.R. Filanc Construction Co. excel in the last few years.
Robert Felix has worked in the common interest development industry for 32 years, 20 of which he spent managing large-scale resort communities across the country. Earlier this year, after being named president and CEO of N.N. Jaeschke Inc., his first priority was coordinating the community management and property services divisions.
Craig Evanco’s priorities are clear-cut and two-fold: family and work, in that order.
A recent meeting of the newly created San Diego chapter of the California Solar Energy Industries Association proved one thing: Dan Sullivan is admired in the San Diego solar community. Attendees there revered Sullivan as a pioneer in the local industry.
Dale Stein grew up as a middle child in a family of six children, the son of a journeyman lineman father and librarian mother, in a small town southwest of Chicago that had a population of less than 2,000.
When Debra Reed was named CEO of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) in June of 2011, it marked the first time in the company's history that its top executive was a woman. But it's actually one of many such milestones in Reed's career, one of the most notable of which occurred in 1988, when, after 10 years with the company, Reed was named as the first female officer of the company.
Magda Marquet’s mother was a very strong woman who always advised that she find her own path. She asked Marquet to promise her one thing — “never be financially dependent on a man.”
Instead of providing cloud services to the masses, American Internet Services opted to go with a specialized route.
Matt Garrett, founder and chief executive of San Diego-based TGG Accounting, has an unusual wish: he’d like for there to be more companies like his in the accounting industry.
Karen Brassfield has adapted to and embraced changes in companies, titles and technology through more than 40 years in the banking industry.
For Tom Garfinkel, president and chief executive for the San Diego Padres, 2012 was a year that could have made certain men lose faith.
Despite a national economy that remains sluggish, the hotel industry in San Diego is picking up. That’s good news for hotel management company RA Rauch & Associates.
As CareFusion (NYSE: CFN) continues to expand its international reach, ramp up innovation and strengthen its operational foundation, Joan Stafslien’s role within the company continues to grow.
Murray Case is a smarty pants, holding MBA and AB degrees from Harvard University, but the CEO of redIT is as humble as they come.
A person of many roles, Jim Umpleby has, for some time, been anything but a typecast player in San Diego or within Caterpillar Inc.
When Cynthia (CJ) Warner ditched her comfy executive role at a big oil company to pursue a startup that produces crude oil from algae, people thought she was crazy — but she’s never looked back.
Growing up on the dirt roads of Rancho Santa Fe, Jack Burger started his construction career building tree forts in his youth.