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Shahnaz Van Deventer, director of marketing and development at Powerhouse Science Center, made her case for support at Social Venture Partners' Fast Pitch event on March 8 at Golden 1 Center and won a number of cash and in-kind gifts. Cathie Anderson canderson@sacbee.com
Shahnaz Van Deventer, director of marketing and development at Powerhouse Science Center, made her case for support at Social Venture Partners' Fast Pitch event on March 8 at Golden 1 Center and won a number of cash and in-kind gifts. Cathie Anderson canderson@sacbee.com
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