Easterseals Bay Area Continues to Expand Presence in the San Francisco Bay Area’s Tri Valley
PLEASANT HILL, Calif.—Easterseals Bay Area (ESBA) has opened a new technology facility in Dublin, Calif., in response to rapid growth across the organization. The Dublin office will be home to its technology solutions team and future programs.
Our new technology facility in Dublin is greatly expanding our capabilities and enabling further growth. This helps us to attract and retain top talent in a highly competitive workforce
“The Tri-Valley is a strategic region for Easterseals Bay Area in providing services to our communities and partnering with technology innovators across the Bay Area. In fact, Salesforce named Easterseals Bay Area a healthcare trailblazer recently and continues to work closely with us and other partners to pioneer new services to serve our customers,” said Robert Van Tuyl, Chief Innovation Officer for Easterseals Bay Area.
This new location will allow Easterseals Bay Area to attract and retain top talent within the technology workforce. With the addition of the Dublin office, Easterseals Bay Area now has ten offices across Northern California. In response to the unprecedented need for behavioral health services for people with autism and developmental disabilities, Easterseals Bay Area continues to expand its services and geographical reach. From 125 clients in 2012, Easterseals Bay Area today serves more than 3,500 clients in 24 counties across Northern California. It has also increased its network of behavioral health providers to more than 3,600 professionals.
“Our new technology facility in Dublin is greatly expanding our capabilities and enabling further growth. This helps us to attract and retain top talent in a highly competitive workforce,” said Natalie Margolis, Senior Vice President of People and Performance at Easterseals Bay Area.
Other office locations include Burlingame, Fairfield, Clearlake, Lakeport, Oakland, Walnut Creek, San Jose, Petaluma, and Dublin.
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