As the only woman serving on the Palm Springs Fire Department, Katharine Johnson has a lot of big brothers — 54, to be exact.
Alex Lechuga holds the distinction of being a certified ‘master molder’ in injection molding, one of only 2,500 in the world.
Amir Afsar chose business law and real estate development litigation to have a “toe in the water” in a broad range of businesses, from gold buying to restaurants.
Joe Pradetto started as an intern for then-Assemblyman John Benoit and went on to become a legislative assistant for the state senator.
As the chief operating officer of Desert Family Medical Center, Karina Medina-Thomas expertly handles the day-to-day operations and procedures of the private family medical practice.
You might be surprised to find out that Jaci Fitzsimonds, president of Cord Media, grew up on a farm in a town of 1,000 people in North Dakota.
As the assistant curator of Palm Springs Art Museum, Mara Gladstone develops exhibitions and art programs, and also helps preserve and expand the museum’s collection.
As one of five Tribal Council members of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, Reid Milanovich is grateful every day.
Restaurateur Patrick Service has lived most of his life in Palm Springs, being born into the legendary Las Casuelas restaurant family here.
The mission of Desert AIDS Project is very close to Darrell Tucci’s heart, who lost his grandfather and childhood best friend to the disease.