July 30, 2016
A group from Nichols Research each donated four hours of their morning (on an unusually hot Bay Area day!) to pruning, weeding and raking flowerbeds, and deadheading roses at the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden. The garden area was championed by early members of the Santa Clara Rose Society. After six years of preparation, the original groundbreaking transpired on April 7, 1931.
Although not a part of the original objective, we kind of like being able to say that we are officially deadheads!
July 1, 2016
First quarterly team alignment meeting (TAM), where we always work and play hard!
March 26, 2016
Nichols Research’s First Annual Community Event — National AIDS Memorial Grove at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park
The Grove is a dedicated space in the national landscape where millions of visitors gather to heal, hope, and remember. Since 1991, before its designation as National Memorial, thousands of volunteers have donated more than 130,000 hours participating in monthly Community Volunteer Workdays.
It was an honor and privilege for Nichols Research to join more than 200 volunteers on the Centennial Community Volunteer Workday, which boasted the most volunteers on record in a single day.
January 4, 2016
AMS Ventures, Inc. partners Amy Shields, Michael Mermelstein and Steve Zuppas, purchased Nichols Research, Inc. (founded by the late Mimi Nichols) and established a new company, Nichols Research.