SF Press Club Announces Politico’s Dustin Gardiner as its Next Treasurer
Dustin steps in for Dave Price of The Palo Alto Daily Post
SAN FRANCISCO – February 7, 2024 – The San Francisco Press Club announced that POLITICO’s Dustin Gardiner has become the organization’s next treasurer. He will replace Dave Price of The Palo Alto Daily Post, who is stepping down.
“After 23 years on the Press Club’s board of directors, I intend to step down at the end of February,” said Price. “It’s been a pleasure serving on this terrific board, and I think the club is headed in the right direction. While I’ve only served as treasurer for two years, I’ve learned a lot in this position. I’m excited to hand the reins over to Dustin, who I think we’ll do great work.”
“I’m honored that the board has entrusted me with the role of treasurer,” said Gardiner. “More than ever, Bay Area journalists need the support and sense of community that the Press Club provides. I’m excited to work with the club to ensure we have the resources to do that crucial work.”
“At the San Francisco Chronicle, Dustin was a distinguished reporter and a leader of the Newpaper Guild,” said Curtis Sparrer, the president of the SF Press Club and principal of Bospar PR. “We know he has the skills to help run a tight ship.”
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.
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