I was born in Oakland, and have lived in the Bay Area all of my life. I have been a regular contributor to KPFA for over 20 years, and have been involved in local businesses and non-profits for over 25.
In this crucial time, I believe that KPFA needs experienced management to transition the organization to a more sustainable future. I am willing to lend my considerable experience as manager of multiple enterprises to this end.
KPFA serves a vital need to the community and to public radio. If it were to cut back or curtail it’s services, it would constitute a great loss to the greater Bay Area public.
I hope you will give me the opportunity to work for the future of this vital resource for ourselves and future generations.