Four California State Assemblymembers, Marc Levine, Kevin McCarty, Adrin Nazarian, and James Gallagher discuss the joys, challenges, and experiences of balancing fatherhood and public service - and their wonderful wives.
Rob Stutzman was deputy chief of staff to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and deputy to Attorney General Dan Lungren. PR Weekly has observed that Rob Stutzman has had a "Front row seat in politics throughout California’s recent tumultuous political history."
Isaac Nittenberg was born on September 18, 1927 in Lódz, Poland. Isaac was the only member of his immediate family to survive the Holocaust. He lost his parents, Dora and Philip, and his sister Rachel.
Merav Shmueli joined the Anti-Trafficking Unit at the Ministry of Justice in 2009. Since May 2015 she has acted as Israel's Anti-Trafficking Coordinator. In this role, she is responsible for the coordination between government authorities, and between them and civil society organizations, in the fight against human trafficking in Israel.
As owner of Rubicon Brewing Company, he knows craft brewing is one of the most vibrant and flourishing segments of the American manufacturing industry.
His roots go back to Great Basin Brewery in Nevada and Marin Brewing Company in Larkspur. Assemblymember Levine and Mr. Phillips talk about the growth of the industry, regulatory challenges, and beer making.
The New York Times described her as "California's Water Czar". The Times described you as, “Part empathetic confessor, part friendly scold.” Assemblymember Levine and Chair Marcus discuss California’s drought and big picture water challenges facing the state.