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Downtown Stockton Alliance Welcomes Two New Employees
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Downtown Stockton Alliance Welcomes Two New Employees

Recently, the Downtown Stockton Alliance hired two new employees. 

Greg Gall is the new Clean and Safe Manager. Greg’s family have lived and worked in Stockton since the early days of Stockton. His grandfather opened a clothing store on East Main Street in the 1800s. Greg attended St. Mary’s High School and San Joaquin Delta College. After graduating from Butte College Police Academy, he worked as a Deputy Sheriff until 1991. Later he joined the Stockton Police Department and worked there as a Police Officer until September of 2015.Greg has worked in south Stockton and the downtown core throughout the majority of his career. He was assigned to the Downtown Stockton Bicycle Patrol Unit since 2005.As the Clean & Safe Manager, Greg will oversee DSA’s maintenance and hospitality teams.

"We are very pleased that Greg has joined the DSA staff. Our responsibility is to give our downtown stakeholders the best clean and safe services and we know that it is Greg's goal in his new position," commented Cindi Fargo, DSA’s CEO.

Emily Oestreicher in the new Special Events Manager. Emily was born and raised in the Central Valley but spent the last 9 years in Bay Area. After graduating with a BA in American History from UC Santa Cruz, she spent many years honing her skills as a Sales and Event Manager with Joie de Vivre Hospitality and then as the Director of Marketing and Events for the Disposable Film Festival. Most recently, Emily has been running her own event business in San Francisco and is also the Group and Event Manager for the Inn at the Presidio. Emily comes back to the Valley with a unique knowledge of the challenges facing Downtown Stockton along with a fresh perspective on how to reinvigorate it. As the DSA's Events Coordinator, she will plan and oversee many special events and downtown promotional activities.

“We are excited that Emily is now a part of our DSA team. With her experience and enthusiasm, we will be able to develop new events and activities that will bring more people to downtown and create an attractive atmosphere in which our businesses can thrive,” commented Cindi Fargo, DSA’s CEO.

To learn more about the Downtown Stockton Alliance, please visit


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