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    Rethinking Your Goals During a Pandemic

    Rethinking Your Goals During a Pandemic

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Recently I got this call from one of my clients: “You’re going to hate me,” he started off sheepishly. To a financial advisor, this is the…

    Commuter Cars on the Cheap

    Commuter Cars on the Cheap

    By Philip Ruth– How are you holding up in this pandemic? Going a little nuts in your home like I am? You probably are, and the somnolence that results from…

    GGBA Message from Leadership: 5 Ways to Grow Your Business with the GGBA in 2020

    By Krystal Drwencke and Aaron Lander– As the world pushes through the middle of 2020, it has become apparent that our relationships and communities are more important than ever. With…

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Steven Wong of Ready State

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Steven Wong of Ready State

    Ready State is a San Francisco-based investigative marketing agency that transforms brands from the inside out. The agency works with top notch clients, such as Google and airbnb, and they…

    2020 Census: A New Countdown to Be Counted by September 30

    2020 Census: A New Countdown to Be Counted by September 30

    By Andrea Shorter– This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for exercising new and traditional civic duties. By now it should be reflexive that when in public spaces we wear a face…

    My Father the Lifelong Activist

    My Father the Lifelong Activist

    By Stuart Gaffney– My father died last month at age 96. He was a remarkably gifted and talented economics professor, who The New York Times reported “was at the forefront”…

    Coming Out Stories: Heart of a Woman

    Coming Out Stories: Heart of a Woman

    I graduated from Wake Forest University in the 1980s and there I met the university’s first Reynolds Professor of American Studies, Dr. Maya Angelou. I read all of her works,…

    A Case for Representation: Why Diversity Initiatives Fail and Representation Matters

    A Case for Representation: Why Diversity Initiatives Fail and Representation Matters

    By Derek Barnes– The recent death of U.S. Representative John Lewis reminds us of his enduring vision and the work that one individual can pursue to attain a legacy that…

    Alzheimer’s Research Update: Highlights from the 2020 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

    Alzheimer’s Research Update: Highlights from the 2020 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– At the recent virtual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), several studies reported groundbreaking news of a newly developed, inexpensive, accessible, and highly accurate blood test (p…

    Summer 2020 in The Castro

    Summer 2020 in The Castro

    Photos by Drew Altizer — This year’s coronavirus pandemic has brought new experiences to us all in ways we never could have dreamed of when 2020 began. The San Francisco…

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