San Francisco – November 30, 2023 – The San Francisco Press Club today announced that Rob Price, a senior correspondent for Business Insider has joined its esteemed board of directors by unanimous vote. Rob writes long-form features about platforms, people, and power in Silicon Valley.
“Rob’s scoops and exclusives are the envy of journalists everywhere,” said Curtis Sparrer, the president of the SF Press Club and principal of Bospar PR. “Just consider that Rob’s reporting has been cited by The New York Times, Bloomberg, the BBC, Associated Press, Reuters, CNBC, Politico, The Guardian, and Axios. Not only that, but Rob has appeared on CNN, the BBC, CBS, Reuters, and ABC Australia. He’s everywhere!”
“The Bay Area has been my adopted home for the past six years, and I’m excited to give back,” Rob said. “I’m looking forward to helping build a stronger community for media professionals and supporting public-interest reporting. Our industry is at its best when workers come together to collaborate, support, and learn from one another.” Rob moved to the Bay Area from London in 2017 and now lives in Oakland.
Rob will be joining the Board at its upcoming 46th awards gala. The awards gala takes place on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at The Elks Lodge #3 at 450 Post Street in San Francisco. Cocktail service begins at 5:30 p.m., with dinner and awards commencing at 6:30 p.m. CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa of TechCheck and KPIX’s Ryan Yamamoto will emcee. The New York Times’ SF Bureau Chief Heather Knight will take part in a special Q&A about the biggest issues in the media. The Press Club will award Pam Moore its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tickets will be $125 per person at the door, but The San Francisco Press Club is now selling them for $75. Please use the code ADVANCE to receive the early bird pricing. Here’s the link to purchase your tickets: https://buy.stripe.com/eVaeXx4aJ31Hdfa14f
ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO PRESS CLUB
The San Francisco Press Club is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)3 status. It was founded in 1963 to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas and opinions between professionals in the various news and public relations media, providing an organization in which to share fellowship, promote professional competence and knowledge, encourage students entering journalism by offering scholarships, and increase public knowledge of the media through workshops and other exchanges of information.
Curtis Sparrer, email@example.com