Jamila B. Khan is the Content & Social Media Coordinator at Sacramento365, the year-round source for events for residents and visitors. At Sacramento365, Jamila works with the Marketing & Development Manager and a passionate team of interns to ensure the region’s arts, cultural and recreational events are highlighted on the online calendar and across social networks. She also steps away from her computer and smartphone to attend and report on a number of these festivities on behalf of the organization — a difficult task indeed.
Prior to working at Visit Sacramento, she learned the craft of social storytelling as an editorial assistant at the Style Media Group and as an account executive at the Silicon Valley-based marketing communications firm Jennifer Jones and Partners.
On the off chance that she has free time, Jamila can be found reading up on latest fashion trends and baking her famous Milky Way brownies.
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Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican tradition honoring the lives of relatives and ancestors past. Find ways to celebrate the holiday locally this weekend below: 1. Dia de los Muertos Oak Park (@dayofthedeadop), November 1 at Broadway and 32nd thru 36th Streets. Fri 5pm-9pm. Free. 2. @saclcac El Panteon de Sacramento, November 2 & 3 at 2020 J St. Sat 11am-10pm; Sun 8am-6pm. Free. 3. @solcollectives Souls of the City, November 2 at @sachistorymuseumandtours. Sat 3pm-8pm. Free. Photo by @andresideas. #sacramento365 #visitsacramento #sacramento #diadelosmuertos #dayofthedead
From August 9-19, Wide Open Walls will once again paint Sacramento (literally). One artist joining the festival is Oak Park-based artist Jaya King. Raw, rebellious, and undoubtedly talented, the artist, teacher, and all-around badass is captivating in every sense. Get to know the new muralist and Sacramento365’s August 2018 Featured Artist.