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Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?

Break a leg, Irma! Congratulations to BKF Advisory Committee member Irma Herrera on the debut of her one-woman show, Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?, which was in the San Francisco Fringe Festival in September. Her show mixes observations from the…

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It Takes A Village Nation Launch

Join us as we celebrate the launch It Takes A Village Nation (ITAVN) on April 6 with BKF Fellow Chris Bridges, Founder of ITAVN. (Event details below.) Chris created ITAVN, a social networking platform (currently in the beta phase), with…

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Girls Policy Institute

BKF Fellow Shannon Malone has co-founded a mentorship program for girls in foster care in Mississippi: Girls Policy Institute. Shannon is a Mississippi-native who is an expert in disaster preparedness for low-income communities and most recently has been working in…

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Opening of Presidio Visitor Center

On Saturday, February 25, 2017, the William Penn Mott, Jr. Presidio Visitor Center celebrated its grand opening. The visitor center, which is housed in a refurbished historic guardhouse, has interactive exhibits, a gift shop, and gorgeous views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Architect…

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BKF Mentor Esta Soler Receives UCSF Medal

Congratulations, Esta! The University of California, San Francisco awarded four leaders the UCSF Medal, which is the University's highest honor. Among the medalists was BKF Mentor Esta Soler who was honored for her groundbreaking work to prevent domestic, dating and sexual violence,…

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