Three-peat! The only way to find out is to watch. Please please don’t use historic as your drinking game tonight #TheBachelorFinale Chris Harrison (@chrisbharrison) March 14, 2017 Heres what happened on The Bachelor finale: Raven Meets the Parents: Nicks parents were shipped to Finland to meet their sons two girlfriends, which is a super normal thing to do. Raven has already met Nicks entire family (remember when he took her on a hot date in Wisconsin to his kid sisters soccer game?) so she rolls into their fur-lined cabin in Finland like its a family reunion and she has the Jello salad. They all greet her with big smiles and hugs. Then Nicks dad grills her about her true feelings for Nick , and Nicks mom asks Nick his true feelings about Raven (Shes beautiful, smart, pretty, and intelligent, and I have a thesaurus.) No one asks Nick if he wants to live in Hoxie, Arkansas and no one asks Raven if she wants to tag along while Nick tries to make his 15 minutes of fame stretch a little longer on Dancing with the Stars. (Or if Nick has a career path that doesnt involve reality television.) Vanessa Meets the Parents: Vanessa is in the unlucky position of being the sloppy second and having to follow in Ravens wake. For her first introduction to the family, she tells them that she barfed on their first date and Nick didnt immediately ditch her, so she is ready to marry him. Nicks mom smiles politely. Vanessa then makes the mistake of telling Nicks mom that she isnt 100% sure she is ready to get engaged to Nick after dating him for eight weeks. Nicks mom looks like she has taken the name of the lord in vain in front of a nun in a church on Good Friday.
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Today, LACI entrepreneurs and staff are in Sacramento speaking about the organizations diversity, inclusion, impact and green economy initiatives with members of the California state legislature. LACI: Creating the Infrastructure for Tomorrows Economy features a technology showcase where LACI entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to discuss the economic, environmental and social benefits of their innovations with keystate government decision makers. The event is supported by Assemblymember Miguel Santiago, GO-Biz, the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission (CEC). LACI is committed to serve as a national and global model for Diversity & Inclusion by increasing the participation of Women- and Minority-Owned Small Businesses (WMOSBs) in the Los Angeles cleantech sector. Leveraging proven successes, including its current woman- and minority-owned portfolio companies Ayyeka, Avisare, Divining Lab, GRID Logistics, Project Pals, Rain Systems, Repurpose and recently acquired Isidore Electronics Recycling (now Homeboy Recycling), LACI seeks to increase diversity in cleantech through a combination of outreach, mentorship, and cultural-specific programming. In addition to establishing the Diversity in Entrepreneurship Council, new programs include a Women in Cleantech steering committee and opportunities for young women in STEM programs to learn about careers in clean technology. Introducing underrepresented entrepreneurs to the opportunities and resources available through LACI is a primary goal of the new Advisory Council, stated Neal Anderson, COO at LACI. Diversity is in our DNA but we know we can do much more with dedicated focus. We aim to attract more diverse businesses to apply to be LACI portfolio companies and to increase our own workforce diversity within the organization. Last year, LACI was the first incubator of its kind to build a team dedicated to developing and leading Diversity & Inclusion programs with the addition of Executive-in-Residence, Tracy Gray, and Director of Community Engagement, Estelle Reyes. Gray, whose extensive career includes such high-profile roles as Senior Advisor to former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Systems Engineer for NASAs Space Shuttle missions, and currently Managing Partner of venture capital firm The 22 Capital Group, and Reyes, formerly Executive Director of Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) for the greater Los Angeles area, are among those speaking in Sacramento today. Diversity in the technology industry has clearly been an ongoing challenge, commented Tracy Gray, LACI Executive-in-Residence and Diversity in Entrepreneurship Advisory Council Chair.
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