We've got some exciting announcements to share. Happy Birthday to NxtGov! A special message from our founder, Angelica Quirarte. A year ago we launched NxtGov with the mission to redefine the meaning of public service and break the silos of government that impede us from adapting to a changing world. We never imagined that we'd … Continue reading NxtGov February News
Happy Hour When: Thursday, 1/25, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Where: Bottle & Barlow on 1120 R StWe hope to see you for this month's happy hour at Bottle & Barlow! Come and say hi to old friends and meet new ones who share the desire to make a difference in the community by improving the … Continue reading January Reminders
Happy New Year from NxtGov! We've got some exciting announcements to share. We're thrilled to welcome several folks who have recently joined NxtGov! Thank you for being part of this community. NxtGov Ambassador Program - Application Deadline Extended! Since we have many new members, we are extending the application deadline for the NxtGov Ambassador Program … Continue reading NxtGov January News
Governing Leadership Forum Angie, Shivani, and Danielle of NxtGov’s executive board recently discussed NxtGov’s work during a panel discussion, moderated by Secretary Batjer of GovOps, at the California Leadership Forum. Thanks to this opportunity, NxtGov has received an outpouring of interest and support from executives and leaders across state and local government. The panel highlighted executive sponsorship … Continue reading NxtGov December News
On January 13, 1847, the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed to end the fighting of the Mexican-American War in California. The agreement led to California being under military control the following years. Subsequently, the state grew rapidly in 1848 with the discovery of gold along the American River near Sacramento. The rush of newcomers increased … Continue reading California Admission Day
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public servants we have the power to change the world, if we can break our silos, build connections and embrace our mission to serve the public. Below are eight actions that we as public servants can do to collaborate, serve and inspire: