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Addendum to UC Davis Foundation Board of Trustees — Mark Friedman of Fulcrum Property [TLR Note: MF – confederate of Howard Dickstein, although not as conniving /conspiratorial;regretfully, skepticism in re Alison Turner; extended family (i.e. Mr. Mort Friedman) to UC Davis what Goldmans to UC Berkeley]

Mark Friedman is a Sacramento business leader and a dedicated UC Davis donor and volunteer. He is a member of the School of Education’s Board of Advisors and has served on the board of trustees of the UC Davis Foundation. Friedman is a member of the Campaign Cabinet, a group of volunteer leaders who are providing guidance to the university during The Campaign for UC Davis
Photo: Friedman standing with whimsical sculpturesMark Friedman, a UC Davis supporter and the president of Fulcrum Property, among his art collection in his midtown Sacramento office. (Karin Higgins/UC Davis)

Why do you choose to support the university through your philanthropic gifts and your volunteerism?

The answer is simple: UC Davis presents the greatest hope and the greatest power to make our region more interesting, more exciting and more prosperous. When I look around the country at other communities that took great leaps forward, that found a way to reach a higher trajectory, it has often been the intellectual property of the university that generated new prosperity. Think of the computer industry and Silicon Valley, or the development along Route 128 in Boston. Think of the research triangle in Raleigh-Durham or the Mission Bay development in San Francisco. In each case it was the power of the ideas and creativity generated on campus that moved the region forward.

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About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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