Since 1983 the AFPSD has provided a unique forum for San Diego based Treasury Professionals to network with the local Treasury community, review industry standards, attend seminars, and maintain professional certification.
With an average combined membership and attendees of over 150 corporate practitioners, bankers and vendors, the AFPSD is a robust organization with representation from national, regional and community banks and medium and large corporations and municipalities in San Diego County.
The Junior League of San Diego is a network of empowered female civic leaders working with community partners to address and solve pressing issues like Transition Aged Foster Youth and Human Trafficking.
We are part of an international network of 291 Leagues comprised of over 150,000 women in Canada, Mexico, the U.K., and the U.S. engaged in similar work in each of our communities. This provides us with a unique and powerful depth of knowledge and resourcefulness to bring about the changes we strive to accomplish.
Our mission and passion is to assist young girls and women, by providing them with skills, tools and the support they need to succeed! MANA de San Diego's award-winning, educational programs do just that, through: mentoring, educational financial support, health & wellness and leadership development workshops.
The mission of San Diego Emerging Museum Professionals (EMP) is to facilitate career growth through networking and professional development opportunities. San Diego EMP welcomes members from all fields and is primarily composed of employees, volunteers, and students in their first ten years of a museum-related career. By offering regular meetups, workshops, tours, and other profession-related activities, San Diego EMP is a valuable resource for San Diego’s museum community.
San Diego Emerging Museum Professionals partners with local museums and institutions to provide you with quality professional development and networking opportunities across San Diego county.
Rising Arts Leaders San Diego was a program of The San Diego Foundation’s Arts & Culture Working Group, produced in partnership with the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture and in affiliation with the Americans for the Arts Emerging Leaders Network. RALSD is fiscally sponsored by Arts for Learning San Diego, an Affiliate of Young Audiences and is part of an emergent network of up and coming arts leaders throughout California supported by the Center for Cultural Innovation. Originally funded through The James Irvine Foundation RALSD has received a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to continue programming into 2019. There are currently four active networks statewide: San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley. Though each network is structured differently to reflect the nuances of its region, the networks meet in an effort to strengthen the state’s emerging leaders’ representation.
The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties believes that people should have equal opportunity to participate, prosper and reach their full potential in our society.
We fight for this fundamental value on multiple fronts: from defending individuals’ civil rights and freedoms, to advocating for government accountability, to building power in marginalized communities to achieve meaningful social change.
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