2012 Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon
2012 Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Moscone Center South, Esplanade Ballroom
The Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon convenes nearly 2,000 Bay Area leaders for the city's largest and most prominent annual civic awards event.
In 2012, SPUR was proud to honor four remarkable Bay Area leaders:
Edward A. Chow, M.D.
Edward A. Chow, M.D., is a native San Franciscan who as an internist for over four decades has been addressing health needs, access and disparities, including working with the Chinese Hospital and its physicians to create the Chinese Community Health Plan, the nation’s first culturally competent health plan dedicated to the needs of an Asian community. He has served under five mayors on the San Francisco Health Commission, where he advocated for the rebuilding of its two public hospitals and established neighborhood primary care clinics. He is a founder and leader of numerous organizations, including most recently the National Council of Asian and Pacific Islander Physicians.
Mildred Howard is an acclaimed mixed-media installation artist, activist, teacher, mother and grandmother, born and raised in the Bay Area. The Oakland Museum of California, the de Young Museum, SFMOMA, the San Jose Museum of Art and the Museum of the African Diaspora have all exhibited her work. She has received prestigious grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Joan Mitchell Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. Local works include Three Shades of Blue on Fillmore Street and The Music of Language on Glide Memorial’s family housing building. With an eye toward the built environment and its impact on daily life, Mildred has shaped how we experience the public realm.
Rabbi Stephen S. Pearce, Ph.D
Stephen S. Pearce, D.D., Ph.D., is senior rabbi of Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco. During his tenure, he started the temple’s hunger justice initiative and founded a long-standing collaboration with San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church. Rabbi Pearce is an active member in the city’s interfaith community, coauthoring Building Wisdom’s House: A Book of Values for Our Time with Bishop William E. Swing and Father John P. Schlegel. Before coming to Congregation Emanu-El, Rabbi Pearce was on faculty for 20 years at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. While on faculty at St. John’s University he earned his Ph.D. in counselor psychology.
John K. Stewart
John K. Stewart is a pillar in the real estate development and affordable housing communities of the Bay Area. A longtime SPUR board member, he is founder of The John Stewart Company, which has a management portfolio of 30,000+ units in 400 properties. A key ally of Mayor Newsom in launching HOPE SF, he has been the creative force behind some of the Bay Area’s most complex affordable housing deals, including a transit-oriented mixed-use project adjacent to El Cerrito BART station and North Beach Place, a 341-unit mixed-use HOPE VI project. He has been instrumental in facilitating unique project ownership structures and is committed to the creation and preservation of sound, long-term affordable housing.
Congratulations to all our Silver SPUR Award Recipients!
Our sponsors are important partners in honoring and celebrating our four award recipients.
Sponsorships range from $500 - $10,000 and provide many valuable and tangible benefits. (Please see below for a complete Sponsor Benefit Matrix. Click on the image to enlarge it.)
2012 SPONSOR TIMELINE
Weekly: Sponsors added every Friday to SPUR event website
Fri, Sep 7 (extended to Thur, Sep 13): Deadline for inclusion in the print invitation
Mon, Sep 10: Deadline for inclusion in the first email invitation
Mon, Sep 17: Deadline for inclusion in The Urbanist event ad
Mon, Sep 24: Deadline for inclusion in second email invitation
Mon, Oct 8: Deadline for inclusion in third email invitation
Mon, Oct 15: Deadline for inclusion in printed program and event signage *also deadline for submission of guest names to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wed, Oct 24: Deadline for inclusion in The Urbanist final event ad
SPUR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and sponsorship is tax deductible to the full extent of the law. SPUR's tax ID is 94-149-8232.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Vanessa Bilanceri, corporate relations manager, at 415.644.4882 or email@example.com.
Thank you to our 2012 Silver SPUR Sponsors!
Larry Baer, President and CEO
San Francisco Giants
2012 World Series Champions
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A. R. Sanchez-Corea & Associates
HKS Architects, Inc.
Hunt Construction GroupImpark
Moss Adams LLP
NicholsBooth Architects, Inc.
Novogradac & Company LLP
On Lok Lifeways
Pfau Long Architecture, Ltd.
Plant Construction Company
Public Financial Management, Inc.
N. Teresa Rea
Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai LLP
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
SKS Investments, LLC
Strada Investment Group
Urban Pacific Group of Companies
Woods Bagot Architects
YMCA of San Francisco
George H. Hume
Final Sponsor List. Thank you to all our generous contributors.