Assistant Director, External Relations: University of California Hastings College of Law

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, EXTERNAL RELATIONS The University of California Hastings College of the Law was founded in 1878 as the law department of the University of California and was the first law school in California. Over the years, it has built a legacy and reputation of being a preeminent institution comprised of renowned faculty committed to […]

Communications Business Partner, Americas: Autodesk

Autodesk, a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, is looking for a Communications Business Partner for the Americas, based in their San Francisco or San Rafael, CA offices. The ideal candidate will have 5 – 7 years managing communications for an executive and advise, consult, and partner with sales leadership to oversee internal […]

President’s Blog: #iloveyoga & Who Are These People?

(Photo credit: Tess Robeson) On August 6, twenty board members and volunteers dedicated most of their Saturday to SF IABC and walked out excited, energized, and dedicated to posting #iloveyoga all over social media. What went on in that glass-enclosed conference room? We decided who we wanted to be. We turned to illustration to capture […]

President’s Blog: It’s a New (Board) Year!

Image Credit: Jeannine Rucker 2015 – 16 President Julie McCrady introduces Kamna Narain as the President-Elect at the chapter Leaders’ Reception in late June, shortly after which the board slate was approved by SF IABC members.Dear SF IABC Members,One of the lesser-known facts about SF IABC is that our board year runs from July 1 […]

Member Spotlight: Ed Kamrin

By Shayna Keyles It’s been quite an exciting month of transitions for SF IABC. Our new board has assembled and grown quite a bit, Kamna Narain has taken the reins as SF IABC president, and one of our own, Ed Kamrin, has ascended to the role of IABC chair for the entire Pacific Plains region! […]

Member Spotlight: John Knox

by Sue Stoney If you want to meet someone who applies best practices across the lines that usually divide the corporate and independent communication worlds, you should get to know John Knox, a long-time Bay Area public relations / marketing communications specialist. You will see, in his answers to the following questions, that John has […]

President’s Blog: The Gift of Volunteering

by Stacey King-Gordon Every spring, we make an appeal to our community for volunteers for our SF IABC chapter. It’s a time that always makes me feel a little anxious. Asking people for help is never one of my favorite things to do, and I always imagine the recipients of that ask will react much […]