Cloud 77 works with a variety of corporations and non-profits in the San Fernando Valley. Our partners represent the best of what the SFV has to offer.
Todd Gurvis Can Advise You About Your Financial Planning NeedsTrilogy Financial, a privately-held financial planning firm with more than $2 billion in client assets, utilizes a combination of our latest technology and broad perspective to help you advance your tomorrows. Vice President of Client Services Todd Gurvis maintains a practice that focuses on early retirement strategies for mid-level executives and business owners, generational wealth transference, special needs planning, philanthropy, and tailored planning for same-sex couples. His extensive background in fundraising and nonprofit management provides him with a unique perspective on charitable planning, gift structuring, portfolio design, and financial strategies for charitable agencies, their donors and their employees. As a senior executive who successfully maneuvered through a mid-life career change, Todd has a clear understanding of the strategies and steps necessary to help effect a financially secure career transition or early retirement. And as the father of a special needs child, Todd has developed an expertise in planning for the unique needs of the families of special needs children.
Sean McCarthy Can Help You Get the Most From Your LinkedIn ProfileSean McCarthy of Jackson McCarthy and Associates is an executive recruiting and career consultant placing public accounting professionals with Los Angeles area CPA firms. Mr. McCarthy is responsible for marketing and sales. He focuses on the fundamentals of job search by using a specialized set of tools to match the right candidate for each employer. In addition to recruiting, Mr. McCarthy has 13 years of outplacement experience working with Lee Hecht Harrison (formerly Drake Beam Morin), a national outplacement consulting firm. He helped plan and execute layoff notification and career transition services for many of Southern California’s largest employers.
The Valley Economic Alliance Helps the San Fernando Valley ThriveThe Valley Economic Alliance a 501(c)(3) non-profit strategic private-public collaborative made up of businesses, government, education and community organizations whose mission is to elevate the economic vitality and stability of our five-city region – Burbank, Calabasas, Glendale, Los Angeles and San Fernando consisting of more than 70,000 businesses and over 2.1 million residents covering more than 350 square miles, assisting the Business, Education, and Government Communities access to invaluable resources, tools and support.
The Valley Women's Center Treats Men, Women and Children in need
Valley Women's Center (VWC) is a non-profit, community-based agency that is partially funded by the Department of Public Health – Substance Abuse Prevention and Control, with the rest made up through modest fees and donations. Help for women alcoholics is the premise on which the non-profit Valley Women's Center was founded. Since then, VWC has expanded its services to include treatment and programs for men, women and children suffering from substance use disorders, domestic violence and other threats to family stability.