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SF Press Club Names TechCrunch’s Matt Rosoff to its Board of Directors

San Francisco—May 22, 2024—The San Francisco Press Club today announced that Matt Rosoff has joined its board of directors by unanimous vote.  Rosoff is the Global Managing Editor of TechCrunch. His deep-tech media experience includes CNET, Business Insider, IDG Enterprise, and, most recently, the editorial director of Tech at CNBC. Matt spent a decade as an analyst at Directions on Microsoft, where he developed expertise in the technology and business strategy of the world’s largest tech company.

“I’m delighted to help the San Francisco Press Club impart the power and importance of journalism to all San Franciscans, but particularly to a new generation of future leaders and newcomers to the area,” said Rosoff.  “Journalism has never been more important as a way to help build and sustain communities in the face of societal atomization.”

“For more than 25 years, Matt has been an editor, reporter, and analyst,” said SF Press Club President Curtis Sparrer. “I think that background is why Matt has developed a name for himself as a news leader. Plus, he plays the electric bass!”


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, curtis@bospar.com

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