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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

UC Berkeley - Haas School of Business

Teaching at the Haas School of Business at 
UC Berkeley 2007-2014

I-Lab at Memorial Stadium

"Media Consulting Using Design Thinking" 

The "gift giving" project! 

Lecturing on "Homecoming Weekend" at 
the Haas School of Business

 Spending time with Ray Miles - Dean of the Haas School of Business
when I went there in the 1980s! 

Here's some other great non-profit events in the beautiful 
San Francisco Bay Area in 2014 

- Asian American Donor Program - 
Interviewing a mom and daughter who got a bone marrow transplant thanks to the program 

- Contra Costa Humane Society -
Fundraiser in the fall of 2014 with Mike Murray of Golden State German Shepherd Rescue

Guide Dogs for the Blind annual Gala - 2014 

Lamorinda Idol 2014
Many talented young singers;)

San Francisco Animal Care & Control 
25th Anniversary

Summit Bank Foundation Gala & Fundraiser 2014

World Alliance Forum - Stem Cell Research 2014

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Here's some of the individual pieces I worked on with Joe Inderhees and Alex Bozovic on the 50th Anniversary of the Free Speech Movement (Oct 1, 1964-Oct 1, 2014).

PART 1 - The confluence of events that led up to the Free Speech Movement:

Monday, July 7, 2014

If you ever wonder whether the Bay Area has a heart of gold, you don't have to wonder anymore. I'm always amazed at the myriad of people and non-profits doing great work here.  Here's a sampling of some of the non-profits I have come to know and love.

 Gala fundraiser for the Curry Senior Center in the Tenderloin -  2014

Fundraiser for BuildOn - building better communities here and schools in developing countries.

The American Heart Association of Silicon Valley - raising funds for research. 

The Summit Bank Foundation of Oakland - sending kids from Oakland to college.

Saint Vincent de Paul Society - helping those in need in San Mateo County.

If yo

On June 8, 2014 I anchored my last weekend newscast at NBC Bay Area after 12 years (and 12 years before that at KTVU). I'm still working with NBC as a special correspondent, but I was grateful to all my friends at NBC for a wonderful sendoff! 

Jessica Aguirre threw an incredible party for many of the "ladies of NBC Bay Area" - we toasted each other and loved being together.

Many of the members of the weekend crew came in (or returned if they have moved onto weekdays) to say goodbye. We had fun, and I will miss all of them! 

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Some of my fellow anchor buddies in Diablo Magazine - very fun photo shoot :)

The Anchor Women

Four journalists discuss life behind the news desk.

Photography by Norma Cordova
Photography by Norma Cordova
Flip around your tv dial, and you’re more than likely to see Julie Haener, Jessica Aguirre, Ann Notarangelo, and Diane Dwyer on channels 2, 3, 5, and 11. But rarely will you find all four women in the same room—unless you attended Diablo’s recent roundtable interview.

“This is fun because we never get to see each other,” said Haener, KTVU-2’s Emmy award–winning anchor, as she reminisced with Aguirre about their days chasing stories in the field for fiercely competitive stations, before they both became weeknight anchors.
Notarangelo, a reporter and weekend anchor for KPIX-5, is the group’s only East Bay native—although Dwyer grew up on the Peninsula before attending Cal—but all four women now live in the suburban neighborhoods around Mount Diablo.
Diablo got the group together to talk about the state of the news business, where news is headed, and how these dynamic East Bay moms balance family life with their high-profile jobs.
Here's a link to the rest of the article: