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Meet the Candidates for the 2018 NAHJ Bay Area Board


Lucio Villa, interactive producer, The San Francisco Chronicle

Lucio Villa, Interactive Producer,
The San Francisco Chronicle

BIO: Lucio Villa is a journalist, photographer and front-end developer currently working at The San Francisco Chronicle creating interactive stories, graphics and newsroom tools. Previously he worked at Hoy Chicago, a Spanish daily newspaper, as a News Apps Developer and as a Photojournalism Fellow at The Chicago Reporter. Villa graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Photo Communications.

STATEMENT: I am running for the Vice President seat of the NAHJ Bay Area Chapter to take on more responsibility to help organize events, fundraise and keep our journalism community informed (i.e. jobs/resources/networking..etc). I want to continue offering workshops/panels/presentations, collaborateingwith other affinity groups, hosting social events and increasing our membership.


Nathan Olivarez-Giles, tech and innovation editor, App Store, Apple Inc.

Nathan Olivarez-Giles, Tech and Innovation Editor, App Store, Apple Inc.

BIO: From 2008 to 2018, I was a journalist working in some of the biggest newsrooms in US. At the LA Times, my beats were crime, computer assisted investigations, business, and finally tech reporting. In the Bay Area since 2012, working at Wired, The Verge, and The Wall Street Journal, I covered tech. At TWiT.tv, I hosted and produced live-streaming tech news shows. 

About a year ago, I took at job at Apple Inc. as an editor on the App Store team, working with colleagues here to build and launch the Today tab of the App Store. On the Today tab, Apple is publishing a half dozen stories a day about apps — who makes them and why, how people use them to do exciting and never-before-possible things, and how to make the most of the app they’ve got.

Across my career, I’ve primarily been a writer and editor, but I’ve also shot and edited video, made podcasts, hosted streaming live shows, and worked in social media strategy.

STATEMENT: NAHJ has boosted my career in more ways than I can count. I’m a co-founding member of the Bay Area chapter, and a student chapter at the University of Arizona. I’ve previously served on the national board for 5 consecutive years. I believe in this organization and want to give back as much as I can, since I know first hand the positive impact it can have on a journalist’s career and life.

Also, there’s a common thread that runs through the jobs I’ve had to date. I enjoy building and launching things. At the LA Times I built up and ran a tech blog that was the LAT’s most read. At Wired, I was part of a team that rebooted the magazine’s online and print consumer tech coverage. The Verge was a startup when I joined, just shy of a year old. At the WSJ, I was part of a team that rebooted their tech coverage, both online and in print. At TWiT, I worked on building new shows for a passionate audience with a pioneering team of live streamers and podcasters. At Apple, my team built and launched the company’s first editorial product, publishing daily in the App Store. In each instance, I’ve learned a ton.

The Bay Area chapter has been launched, and I’m honored to have been a small part of that. But it still has a ton of room to grow, even though it is seen as one of the leading chapters in the nation thanks to the work of the leaders that have made the chapter what it is so far. It is with the excitement of building and growing something I love and believe in that I nominate myself for Vice President, and it is the work of previous leaders that I hope to respectfully build on with fellow board members.

Win or lose, I’ll be ready to contribute however I can.


Santiago Mejia, photographer, The San Francisco Chronicle

Santiago Mejia, photographer,
The San Francisco Chronicle

BIO: Santiago Mejia is a Mexican American photojournalist on staff at the San Francisco Chronicle. He grew up in the San Francisco Mission District and is an alumnus of the Newseum Institute’s Chips Quinn Scholars Program for Diversity in Journalism and The New York Times Student Journalism Institute. Mejia joined The Chronicle following the 2016 Thomas Morgan Visual Journalism Internship in Photography at The New York Times.

STATEMENT: I’m running for treasurer to promote a healthy budget through grant writing and relationship building with people who share the same goal as we do: To support Latino journalists in media companies and advance our story telling capabilities.

My goal as treasurer is to continue to fund group meet ups and grow our network. I also want to push for more day workshops to keep our association up to date with skills like drone photography and social media strategy.

María Peña, creative director, Voler Strategic Advisors

María Peña, creative director,
Voler Strategic Advisors

BIO:  María Espinosa-Peña, a media and communications professional with over 25 years of
experience and expertise in network television, is the current Creative Director at Voler Strategic Advisors.

A proud professional Latina, immigrant from Mexico, Espinosa-Peña served as News Producer at KTVU Fox 2 where she produced over 200 episodes of a two-hour live weekday and weekend
morning news program, “Mornings on 2.” Prior to her tenure at KTVU Fox 2, Espinosa-Peña was an Executive Producer at Univision
Television Group leading the production of a live morning 60-minute information and lifestyle program on Univision’s Bay Area affiliate.

María has also been nominated for an Emmy for her work in the Cultural and Public Affairs Programming category.

As an active professional in media, Espinosa-Peña is a member of the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences, Norther California Chapter; the National Association of Hispanic
Journalists; and the National Association of Professional Women.

Espinosa-Peña holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio and Television from San Francisco State University and a Certificate in Non Profit Leadership and Management from the Center for
Excellence in Non Profits.

STATEMENT: I am interested in being more involved in the local chapter and looking for more opportunities to be a volunteer.

I’m very dependable, honest and can expedite any task assigned to me quickly and efficiently. As a past Executive Producer, I have experience requesting bids for products and services, submitting expense reimbursements and following up on outstanding invoices. I also understand that sticking to a budget is important.

I also enjoy organizing events and getting to meet new people. Just recently, I was invited by the organizing committee for the San Francisco Carnaval to be one of two mistresses of ceremonies in Spanish for their 40th Anniversary Carnaval Parade that took place Sunday May 27th. It was a very fulfilling experience.

I look forward to continue advancing and promoting our contributions in media, the Bay Area, and in our community.

Raquel Maria Dillon, reporter and editor, KQED News

Raquel Maria Dillon, reporter and editor, KQED News

BIO: Raquel Maria Dillon is a journalist with a decade of reporting and writing experience. She combines the speed and accuracy of the wire with public radio storytelling sensibilities and the fearlessness of a veteran visual journalist. Her technical skills and writing voice have been honed by hourly deadlines and daily field reporting. She has an innate sense of what makes a good story, in video, words, sound, or whatever comes next.

She currently works for KQED News as a reporter and editor. She spent the bulk of her career as a news reporter and video journalist in the Los Angeles bureau of the the Associated Press, where she covered wildfires, mudslides, drought, and breaking news across the Western US. She also worked for New Hampshire Public Radio, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, KALW Public Radio, Oregon Public Broadcasting, KTVU/Channel 2, NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday, and Timeline.com.

Her mother is a Colombian immigrant who moved to Los Angeles in 1967. But  Raquel grew up in the suburbs of New Jersey. Her 7-year-old son was born in LA and is growing up Californian.

STATEMENT: I’m eager to support NAHJ’s Bay Area chapter. NAHJ has helped my career over the years and it’s time to give back in whatever capacity I can. The local chapters translate the annual fun and learning of the national conference into long-standing relationships, connect young people to mentors and scholarships, and help represent Latinos in individual newsrooms, organizations and regions. Through my recent editing position at KALW, I’ve grown into being a mentor, editor and guide to early-career journalists as they navigate the ever-changing media landscape.

As treasurer, I’d serve the chapter with diligent record-keeping and enthusiasm. I apply the same attention to detail to spreadsheets and budgeting that I do to facts and clean copy when I write and report. While I’d be new to the treasurer role, I’ve been entrusted with informally shepherding a group’s funds before, in my role as Room Parent at my son’s public school. In addition to recruiting volunteers and communicating via email, I plan and coordinate generous class gifts that run into hundreds of dollars. The challenge is to engage my peers and gently nag when necessary.

I hope to share my 20 years of experience as a journalist and my Virgo organizational skills with the group. Thanks for your consideration.


Erica Argueta, multimedia producer, CNET en Español

Erica Argueta, multimedia producer,
CNET en Español

BIO: I am a founding producer on the CNET en Español at CBS Interactive. It’s the largest Spanish language technology news site in the US. As a multimedia producer, I have led the direction and production development for CNET en Español’s video aesthetic style and strategy. Since 2013, I have produced, shot, and edited over 1,500 original videos from concept to completion. As a Video Journalist, I have interviewed several high profile technology innovators such as the Lead VR Innovator at NASA and the Vice President of Product at YouTube. I independently develop a creative vision, interview, shoot, write and edit feature technology stories. Prior to CNET, I was a TV reporter at local Telemundo, CBS and NBC affiliates, and covered hard news. I have a B.A. in TV and Radio Broadcasting and a B.A. in Spanish from San Francisco State University.

STATEMENT: I would like to apply for the NAHJ Secretary position because I am highly organized, a great communicator, and passionate about helping Latino journalists. I have previous Board member experience, Vice President at Juma Venture’s Young Professional Board, and can help structure a board.

NAHJ Bay Area Journalism Symposium Program



Hispanic Heritage Month Journalism Symposium
at City College of San Francisco

Sat., Sept., 24, 2016
10 a.m. until 4 p.m. 

Registration opens**
10 a.m.

Diego Rivera Theater
50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112
(closest entrance to our location will be
396 Judson Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112)

Event begins
10:30 a.m.

*Subject to change (last updated Thurs., Sept. 22)
**Want to register? Sign up here.

 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.

Panel 1
Latino Electoral Power: Evicted and Diminished?
(Diego Rivera Theater)

Tech gentrification and the resulting evictions are giving San Francisco the distinction of being the only major California city to have a declining Latino population. What efforts are being made to keep political power from diminishing as well?

Joe Vazquez, reporter, KPIX 5 CBS


Joe Vazquez, a national Emmy Award winner, is now celebrating 30 years in TV News. He has been a reporter at KPIX 5 (CBS) since 2005, with previous stints in Philadelphia, Houston and San Antonio. As Vice President of the Bay Area Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Joe can often be found mentoring the next generation of storytellers. Married with 3 children, Joe lives in the North Beach section of San Francisco.


Jacqueline Martinez Garcel is the CEO of the Latino Community Foundation and has over 18 years of experience working on issues of equity, community wellbeing and health policy. Martinez Garcel recently served as vice president of the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) where she played a central role in developing the foundation’s program areas, identifying emerging opportunities and strategic niches, and developing partnerships with national and local foundations. Prior to joining NYSHealth, Martinez Garcel served as executive director for the Northern Manhattan Community Voices Collaborative (Community Voices) where she implemented and evaluated health programs and mobilized national, state, and local resources to promote policy change. Martinez Garcel has served as an NIH fellow for the Merida Department of Public Health in Yucatan, Mexico. Martinez Garcel holds an MPH from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University. She is passionate about elevating the voice of communities, pursuing equity for those who have been marginalized, and using philanthropy as a catalyst for tangible, enduring social change.

Jim Salinas, a former police commissioner and long-time labor leader, has also served as president of the executive board of the San Francisco Latino Democratic Club and executive president of Carpenters Union Local No. 22.

Joshua Arce, candidate for SF supervisor in District 9, is a civil rights attorney, labor representative, affordable housing advocate, and the first Latino President of the San Francisco Commission on the Environment


11:20 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Workshop A
How to be a Rock Star Multimedia Journalist
(Visual Arts Building 114)

Raquel Maria Dillon, reporter at NBC Bay Area and Sergio Quintana, reporter at ABC7 News San Francisco.

You can make beautiful music as a one (wo)man band. The secret is solid reporting, combined with lightning fast shooting and editing skills and a can-do attitude. We’ll discuss how to take the first step in your successful broadcast career, while keeping your options open to succeed in the video journalism of the future.


Raquel Maria Dillon is a journalist with a decade of reporting and writing experience. She currently works at NBCBayArea as a digital video reporter. Previously she worked for the AP in Los Angeles as video journalist covering Southern California and the West. She honed her writing in public broadcasting as a reporter for local public radio stations. She combines the speed and accuracy of the wire with public radio storytelling sensibilities and the fearlessness of a veteran visual journalist.

Sergio Quintana is a general assignment reporter at ABC7 News in San Francisco. He’s primarily a night side reporter on the 11pm broadcast. He’s been sent out of the market on occasion on Special Assignments. Last summer he was sent to Kathmandu, Nepal to cover a Bay Area medical team that was helping provide medical relief after a massive earthquake. He was in Nepal as a solo MMJ. When a second massive quake hit, he became the ABC News temporary correspondent and producer on the ground for a week.


Workshop B
Public Records: Get the Info You Need in California
(Creative Arts Building 302)

Learn the latest techniques in wresting public records from the hands of San Francisco government. From online-listed records hidden in a pile of data, to crafting the perfect California Public Records Act request, he’ll offer tips on getting records from government that can help you get unique stories not found anywhere else –– and fulfill your role as a watchdog of the powerful.

Facilitator: Joe Fitzgerald-Rodriguez

Born and raised in San Francisco, Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez was the last staff writer at the former San Francisco Bay Guardian. Now he writes the S.F. Examiner’s political column “On Guard”, where he has a delightfully good time outing the dirty laundry of politicians in power and giving voice to the ornery progressive left in his beloved, foggy home. He is also a transportation beat reporter covering pedestrians, Muni, BART, bikes, and anything with wheels.

Workshop C
Take Note: Venturing into a Career in Journalism
(Creative Arts Building 303)

Learn what employers seek in today’s journalists and get tips on how to gain the necessary skills and the internship opportunities that create a pathway to that first real job.

Facilitator: Pamela Gleason Magalhães

Pamela Gleason Magalhães is the director of admissions and career services at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and connects students with news outlets such as CNN, the New York Times, BuzzFeed, Fusion, ProPublica for internships and full-time jobs.  At UC Berkeley, she offers regular workshops on resumes and cover letters, using social media, negotiating salaries and interviewing skills.  Pam has also directed the admissions process at the Graduate School of Journalism for nine years.


 12:30 p.m. to 1:10 p.m.
(Frida Kahlo Courtyard)

(and discussion for high school students, Getting Started: CCSF Journalism Offers a Pathway in Visual Arts 115 with Prof. Juan Gonzales)

 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Workshop D (in Spanish)
Tu presencia y marca en el internet y las redes sociales
(Creative Arts Building 302)

Carla Yashiro, Gretel Perera, Patty Montoya y Rosa de Maria Rivera.
(i-d) Carla Yashiro, Gretel Perera, Patty Montoya y Rosa de Maria Rivera.

Lo que la mayoría de los periodistas olvida mientras están sumidos en sus responsabilidades diarias, es la importancia de archivar los buenos reportajes, los stand-ups innovadores, y las fotos interactuando con las comunidades y personajes de lo que reportan. Más aún, algunos procrastinan en cuanto a tener un website de carrera, portafolio, o blog semi-personal o de temas específicos. Los contratos se terminan, los empleos van y vienen. Hoy más que nunca tener presencia profesional en el internet asegura que el trabajo de los periodistas perdure.


Lupita Peimbert, editora de Lupitanews.com es una profesional en los medios de comunicaciones con más de 25 años como entrevistadora bilingüe, presentadora de televisión, redactora, especialista en marca y relaciones públicas, gerente de relaciones con los medios, reportera de noticias de televisión, traductora, productora de contenido y multimedia. Ella nació y se crió en México, vivió en Francia y vive en California desde la década de los noventas.


Carla Yashiro es una profesional en las comunicaciones y mercadeo global con una trayectoria comprobada por su ejecución de exitosas campañas de mercadotecnia  digital. Yashiro ha hablado, presentado, y facilitado conjuntamente en la Universidad de Stanford y la facultad de negocios Haas de la Universidad de Berkeley sobre una variedad de temas de mercadeo digital como la marca, las redes sociales, y el mercadeo para los motores de búsqueda. Antes de su rol actual como directora de mercadotecnia de la marca de sistemas Hitachi, ella fue productora de promociones en NBC-Telemundo en la bahía de San Francisco.

Gretel Perera es una profesional de relaciones públicas con más de 15 años de experiencia en comunicaciones en las empresas Fortune 500, en mercados internacionales, en agencias y con emprendedoras de tecnología. Actualmente, dirige las relaciones públicas globales de HomeAway, el líder mundial en alquiler de vacaciones. Anteriormente, Gretel dirigió los esfuerzos de comunicación en América Latina para Evernote. Antes de Evernote, Gretel trabajó en Dell donde gestionó las comunicaciones para América Latina. Gretel es oriunda de Venezuela y se graduó con una licenciatura en periodismo de la Universidad de Texas en Austin.

Colombiana de corazón, Patty Montoya ha trabajado en el sector de la tecnología por tres años y previamente en organizaciones no gubernamentales. En su experiencia laboral siempre ha estado involucrada en la creación de la imagen corporativa y la estrategia de mercadeo de estas organizaciones. Recientemente trabajó como consultora digital para startups. Alguna de sus funciones son la creación de estrategias de comunicación digital y el diseño de la presencia en páginas web y redes sociales. Estudió Relaciones Internacionales e hizo una especialización en negocios internacionales de American University,acaba de terminar un curso de Gerencia de Producto en General Assembly.

Flor de María Rivera es una presentadora de televisión y blogger reconocida como experta en la moda, la belleza y en temas sobre el estilo de vida. En 2010, lanzó FlordeMariaFashion.com, un blog para los amantes de la moda que hablan inglés y/o español. Rivera ha aparecido en CNN en Español, NBC, Telemundo, Univision, Yahoo TV, BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Glamour, People en Español, y Cosmo para las latinas, entre otros medios. En 2015, Telemundo y Klout la reconocieron entre los 10 latinos pioneros de medios nuevos en los EE.UU.

Workshop E
Computer-Assisted Reporting: Find the Story Hidden in the Data
(Visual Arts Building 114)

Learn about new tools and resources for journalists. You’ll learn about data portals, analyzing data, visualizing data and creating small interactive pieces for your site/blog. No coding required.

Lucio Villa, interactive web producer, SF Chronicle


Lucio Villa works as an Interactive Producer at the San Francisco Chronicle. Before returning to California, Villa was a News Applications Developer for Hoy, a daily Spanish publication in Chicago. He also completed a year-long photojournalism fellowship at the Chicago Reporter in 2013, where he covered immigration, health and trauma issues through photography and video. During his time at the Chicago Reporter, Villa discovered he could utilize his web development skills in journalism, and started exploring data visualizations, map tools and open source apps.


Workshop F
Visual Storytelling: The Photojournalistic Eye
(Creative Arts Building 303)

Learn valuable tips on developing a critical photojournalistic eye that visually captures the life experience of people. Get an insider’s glimpse at the ever-evolving world of today’s photojournalist.

Facilitator: Kim Komenich

A Pulitzer Prize winner photojournalist and filmmaker, Kim Komenich, is currently an assistant professor at San Francisco State University and previously taught at San Jose State University. Komenich has worked as a staff photographer and editor for the San Francisco Chronicle (2000-2009) and the San Francisco Examiner (1982-2000.). He received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize in Spot News Photography for photographs of the Philippine Revolution he took while on assignment for the Examiner. In 1987, the Society of Professional Journalists recognized him with a Distinguished Service Award. He also received the World Press Photo News Picture Story Award, and three National Headliner Awards.

Komenich is also a 2005 recipient of the Clifton C. Edom Education Award from the National Press Photographers Association. Additionally, Komenich was a 1993-94 John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford and a fall, 2001 teaching fellow at the Center for Documentary Studies at U.C. Berkeley. He also was a 2006-07 Dart Ochberg Fellow at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, based at Columbia University.


 2:15pm to 3pm

Panel 2
Art as Journalism: Showing Truth to Power
(Diego Rivera Theater)

Art, like journalism, tells the history of its time and are intertwined. Art can be like the editorial page in a newspaper or it can depict a news event. Without a doubt both are critical components of building a collective cultural identity. As we sit in the shadows of the Diego Rivera mural Pan American Unity this panel seeks to consider the roles of art and journalism to show truth to power and be a public service.


Michelle Griego, morning news anchor, KPIX 5 CBS

Michelle Griego joined KPIX 5 (CBS) in March 2012 as co-anchor of KPIX 5 News This Morning, and can be seen weekday mornings from 4:30 -7am, and on KPIX 5 News at Noon. She also hosts Bay Area Focus, a locally produced talk show that airs Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. on the CW 44 Cable 12 and 11 a.m. on KBCW. Before moving to the Bay Area, Michelle worked at CBS4 in Denver since 2005. Michelle attended Colorado State University and Metropolitan State College where she was News Director of the campus television station. She was honored with an Emmy in 2014 for anchoring KPIX 5 at 6 AM.


Andrew Kluger is the chairman of the board of directors at the Mexican Museum and has been instrumental in the new building project in downtown San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Garden Arts District. Under his leadership, the Museum secured the support of Guadalupe Rivera Marin, daughter of renowned Mexican artist Diego Rivera and actor, director and producer Edward James Olmos as honorary co-chairs of the Museum’s prestigious Arts and Letters Council. Ann Rockefeller Roberts, daughter of Nelson A. Rockefeller, devoted art collector and patron of the arts, former Governor of New York and Vice President of the United States, also became a member of the Museum’s Board of Trustees. In October 2014, Rivera Marin and Rockefeller Roberts agreed to endorse respective $3 million capital campaigns for new galleries to be named in honor of their fathers.

A Mexico-born entrepreneur, venture capitalist and philanthropist, Kluger is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Early Bird Alert, a medical technology company, a managing partner of Bluegrass Assisted Living LLC, and the CEO of Medical Business Systems, a medical billing company. He is also the former chairman of the board and CEO of Hawaii Air Ambulance, Inc. (1996-2011). In 2014, Kluger was honored by the Foreign Ministry of Mexico for his seven years of diplomatic service as Honorary Consul to the State of Hawaii for the Republic of Mexico. Kluger received a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Economics from the University of California, Davis, a Juris Doctorate from the University of San Francisco School of Law, and did his postgraduate work at Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

Lucio Ramirez is the founder and executive director of Cine+Mas SF, presenters of the San Francisco Latino Film Festival. He has worked in Spanish language media, advertising and event production for nearly 20 years- including 10 years with film festivals in various roles in San Francisco. Ramirez has participated as a jury member with Frameline San Francisco LGBT International Film Festival and KQED’s Truly California. Ramirez has a BA in Spanish and International Studies from Monmouth College and a Master’s degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Arizona).

Will Maynez, researches, lectures on, and promotes Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” mural at City College of San Francisco. This world class treasure was painted in 1940 at the Golden Gate International Exposition on San Francisco Bay expressly for City College of San Francisco.


3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Reception and special announcements
Silent Auction and Raffle

(Frida Kahlo Courtyard)

NAHJ Bay Area would like to thank our major sponsors:



The NAHJ Bay Area chapter would like to offer its sincere thanks to the following individuals and organizations whose assistance and support have made this symposium possible:

The City College of San Francisco’s Journalism Department and Professor Juan Gonzales for his collaboration and dedication throughout the planning of this event and his unwavering love of journalism.

The board of the Bay Area chapter of NAHJ: President Claudia Cruz, Vice President Joe Vazquez, Treasurer Joseph Fitzgerald Rodriguez, Communication and Development Officer Vanessa Nevarez and Spanish-Language Outreach Officer Lupita Peimbert; and former President Vicki Adame.

The national office of NAHJ and its Board of Directors.

Food sponsors: Mission Minis and Panda Express. *





Silent auction donors: AT&T Park, CCSF, Local Brewing Co., LUZIA by Cirque du Soleil, Tied House Cafe and Brewery and Lisa Chung.




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*We apologize to all other donors who didn’t make it into the program before publication.

Getting There

  • BART: To Balboa Park Station
  • MUNI: J-Church, K-Ingleside, M-Ocean View, 8X/8BX Bayshore Express, 29 Sunset, 43 Masonic, 49 Van Ness/Mission, 54 Felton, 88 BART Shuttle
  • Parking Permits are required to park in any lot, day or evening. For more information, contact Campus Police, Cloud Hall 119, (415) 239-3200.