The Team

Our goal is to better the community’s understanding and appreciation of our most valuable asset, its people.

Tricia Piquero Publisher

Tricia Piquero manages her two magazines with professionalism, integrity, and heart. She applies the people skills and business skills she developed during her extensive business experience in building a solid team and promoting a business model that continues to thrive even in our current down economy. Tricia's vision is to inspire readers with publications that promote visual and editorial quality, while focusing on the county's most valuable asset, its people.


Christine Douglas Project Manager

Christine has worked in the Advertising industry for over two decades, serving as a Project Manager for Muscle Milk, an Art Director, and writer. Her experience in Journalism began as an intern at the Contra Costa Times and she later wrote for and served as Art Director for Bay Area Music magazine and This Week magazine. Her experience in running a few area businesses, allows her to lend a hand in project management and accounting. Being in touch with the community and the diversity and creativity of the people who inhabit it, is exciting and fulfilling to her.

Caroline Robertson Sales Director

Caroline cheerfully tries to win over customers. She has a deliberate goal of doing what's right for her clients before attempting to earn money for the magazine. She is moved by enthusiasm for her work, her love for the magazine, and her confidence in the power of an advertisement in 110° & 86° Magazines to help clients reach their business goals. Caroline wouldn't sell any client an advertisement unless she confidently believed that it was in the client's interest. Her brogue betrays Caroline's Scottish origins. She was a senior manager for a number of years in an large Scottish governmental agency. She is an entrepreneur and former owner of her own business in which she demonstrated her awesome sales ability.


Carly Cornejo Creative Director

Carly is a creative director with coast-to-coast experience. She began her career in New York City, NY as a designer for several magazines including Tricycle Magazine, San Diego Magazine and later Sacramento Magazine working as graphic designer and creative director. Besides her work for 110° and 86° Magazines, Carly has done design work for the San Diego Convention and Visitor's Bureau, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, Poway Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento Convention and Visitor's Bureau, Sacramento Magazine's Our Wedding, and KUIU, Inc., Carly said that she got into design because she wanted a profession merged income potential with creativity.


Michelle Guerra Creative Director

Michelle Guerra, owner of Guerra Graphics, has been creating compelling graphics and design since she was 12 years old when she won an ad design contest in the Contra Costa Times. Following college she worked for DSignArt, Inc. designing signs, banners, monuments, and flags. Michelle has wide and deep experience in the Real Estate Industry creating marketing materials, forms, and procedural guidelines that inform, guide, and promote each part of the real estate transaction process. At 110° & 86° Magazines she devotes herself to delivering the quality pages that East County readers have come to expect.


Amy Van Linge Associate Publisher

As Associate Publisher, Amy is committed to the success of 110° magazine and the satisfaction of our clients. She brings to our team an array of business and leadership experience, as well as an English degree and background in education, personal development and mindset coaching. She oversees our ad and editorial management, handles various office responsibilities, supports our sales team, is a proof reader and writes our "From Where I Sit" column. She has a passion for working with people and her vision is to provide a quality publication that inspires our readers and strengthens our community connection..

Victoria Van Linge Social Media Coordinator

Victoria is excited to be involved with 110° magazine and our Brentwood community. She is currently a student at Los Medanos College and coaches local youth cheer. Growing up alongside the evolution of social media has made this area second nature to her. As our Social Media Coordinator she is responsible for posting and monitoring our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts. She aims to maintain a strong online presence, sharing the stories and photos from our magazine. If you are one of our clients, there's a good chance that you will meet her when we pop in to your business for a LIVE video!

Theresa Addison Account Executive

I love magazine sales because I get to help clients in East Contra Costa market their business within the reputable 110 Magazine! I'm thriving on the new opportunities and overcoming challenges that many managers and owners face in growing their business. It is especially rewarding to do business with people and later to see how grateful they are for our services and the results they get from ads and articles. Their happiness is better than my paycheck (almost). I'm not just selling advertising, I am assisting businesses in getting exposure; helping people to be better; to do better; to be more successful.


Angela Warner Copy Editor

Angela developed a love for writing and the art of the English language long before she graduated high school. As a young child, she had a passion for writing imaginative short stories, unique songs, and descriptive poems. Through high school and college, she became well-known for her creativity and strong attention to detail. Her "eagle eye" was requested by many college classmates. She has since been involved with several companies as a freelance copy editor and proofreader. She recently decided to pursue further studies in this area and is currently in the Certificate in Editing program through the University of Washington. She enjoys working with the team and she aims to keep 110° Magazine the exceptional publication it has always been.

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