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5 People To Watch This Month

San Diego locals doing interesting things in July



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Barbara Bry

The entrepreneur is running for City Council District 1 to replace Sherri Lightner. Bry has big guns behind her (Irwin Jacobs, Toni Atkins

 

Lisa Johnson

She’s the new G.M. of the NTC Arts & Culture District at Liberty Station. On the agenda: Financial sustainability and Phase III renos.

 

Dan Chavez

Health Connect’s executive director is leading the charge for medical record-sharing between SD hospitals and facilities. He hopes to keep healthcare costs down.

 

Rick Caruso

His “Agua Hedionda 85/15 Plan” will protect 203 acres south of the Lagoon for Carlsbadians—and not cost taxpayers.

 

Todd Schultz

The San Diego Symphony lured him from the Old Globe. Now he’s V.P. of Institutional Advancement. Show him the money!

 
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