Steve Bernstein got into banking by accident. He earned his degree in political science and psychology from San Diego State University and went on to work for a councilman who was also deputy mayor.
Teofla Rich began her banking career low on the totem pole, and learned quickly to take it upon herself to gain more responsibility.
In 2011, Armando Flores set the foundations for a new company. In 2012, he took the new company and made it a business.
Tim McBride seems to be a busy person. He helps run Southern Contracting Electrical as the company’s president and CEO, and he is also involved with the National Electrical Contractors Association San Diego chapter in various ways.
The owner of Donovan’s Steak & Chop House has a long history of success in the restaurant industry.
In 2005, Ricardo Lopez walked away from the corporate world and bought a small business.
Gary Levine is intent on creating healthy environments. Not only for his employees at GS Levine Insurance Co., but also for the clients his company serves.
One of the last places you might look for an aspiring equine veterinarian from Sydney is in a San Diego public accounting office. Yet there sits Michael Green, with not only decades of accounting experience, but years working as a chief financial officer to boot.
As a patent lawyer, Roger Denning has learned about topics ranging from how golf balls are made to the biochemistry behind a new drug.
Veteran attorney Robert Caplan has accomplished a lot in his 50-plus years practicing law, and he's not done yet.
Madeline Cahill-Boley is an enthusiastic proponent of mid-sized law firms.
San Diego attorney Paul Robinson loves serving, whether it’s for a community agency or a local civic group.