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Alumni & Friends

At SFSU’s 105th Commencement
on May 27 in Cox Stadium …

 

During a reception held on campus the eve of Commencement, SFSU will welcome five new members to its Alumni Hall of Fame, in honor of their professional, cultural and civic achievements:

A smiling Sen. Jackie Speier in a red suit jacket. Senator Jackie Speier, D–Hillsborough, will deliver the keynote address. Speier has championed the first consumer financial privacy law in the nation, and laws protecting consumers from Internet and telemarketing scams A smiling Tom Ammiano. Tom Ammiano (M.A., ’65), San Francisco city supervisor
A smiling Kenneth Fong dressed in a suit and tie. Kenneth Fong, Ph.D., (B.A., ’71), chairman, Kenson Ventures, LLC, will be honored as Alumnus of the Year. With Fong at the helm, the venture investment company continues to support the growth of critically important biotechnology and life science companies.
John Handy in dark sunglasses playing the sax. 
John Handy (B.A., ’63), Grammy®-nominated jazz musician
A smiling James Brosnahan dressed in a suit and tie.
Trial lawyer James Brosnahan, senior partner, Morrison and Foerster, will be presented with an honorary doctor of law degree from California State University (CSU), in recognition of his distinguished legal career.
Paula Le Duc in an elegant suit jacket. Paula LeDuc (M.A., ’73), CEO, founder, Paula Le Duc Fine Catering
Pegi and Neil Young standing on stage at a Bridge School benefit concert. Both are smiling.
Pegi Young, co-founder, The Bridge School, and her husband, musician-singer-songwriter Neil Young, will receive honorary doctor of humane letters degrees from SF State and CSU, for their development and support of the school for young people with disabilities.
A smiling David Sacks. David Sacks (B.A., ’67), senior vice president, Warner Bros. Television

 

For more Commencement information:
www.sfsu.edu/~news

-- Adrianne Bee

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Judge Ronald Quidachay in his judicial robe.
Ronald Quidachay (B.A., ’70), presiding judge of the San Francisco Superior Court, State of California

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