2011 Silver SPUR Awards: How Natalie Berg Shaped the City and Its Young People

November 1, 2011

The 2011 Silver SPUR Awards, held on October 31, recognized four individuals whose achievements have made San Francisco and the Bay Area a better place to live and work.

 Natalie Berg, Ed.D., has influenced San Francisco as an educator, civic leader and land use consultant. In her 30 plus years at City College of San Francisco she has served as a professor, dean and most recently as an elected member and president of the Board of Trustees. Natalie recently retired from 12 years of service at Forest City Development, where she was responsible for obtaining the entitlements for the Westfield San Francisco Centre and now consults on land use issues. Natalie has served as the president of the Yerba Buena Alliance, vice president of the Market Street Association and as a member of numerous other community and neighborhood groups.

 

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