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TIMELINE 2010: Freada and Mitch Kapor’ LPFI Announces Robert Schwartz as New Executive Director (TLR Note: Schwartz abruptly departed, replaced by Jarvis Sulcer who apparently does not merit a similar announcement)

Level Playing Field Institute (LPFI) announces the selection of Robert Schwartz as Executive Director of their Bay Area-based education and workplace fairness organization.  Robert is a seasoned educator and leader who brings with him dedication and experience creating solutions to mitigate education inequity.  He will lead LPFI to increase the breadth and depth of its impact. Read the release.

In announcing the selection, LPFI Founder and Board Member, Freada Kapor Klein stated: 
“Robert is exactly what LPFI needs at this moment in time.  He is a passionate, experienced leader who can help execute LPFI’s goal of dramatically increasing the number of underrepresented students of color pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) studies.  We chose Robert – after a national search that yielded nearly 100 stellar candidates – because of his unwavering commitment to helping students achieve academic success and develop their enormous potential.” 

Source: http://www.lpfi.org/blog/archive/2010/04/robert-schwartz-appointed-executive-…

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BREAKING NEWS: Freada and Mitchell Kapor’ Level Playing Field Institute Robert Schwartz Abruptly Exits — Replaced by African-American Jarvis Sulcer (TLR Note: Schwartz and Ross Fubini — Both Caucasians who Lately Departed Black Dominated Kapor Network

Robert Schwartz, who was appointed Executive Director of the Level Playing Field Institute (“LPFI”) in March of 2010, is no longer part of LPFI. He was quietly replaced by Jarvis Sulcer.

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Robert Schwartz (image: courtesy of Twitter)

According to THP, prior to joining LPFI, Schwartz “spent three years as Chief Academic Officer for Inner City Education Foundation (ICEF) Public Schools in South Los Angeles, leading the strategic expansion of the academic program from 3 schools with 500 students to 15 schools with almost 4,000 students. As instructional leader, Robert facilitated the curricular design of the charter organization’s rigorous academic program with the goal to prepare students to attend and compete academically at top colleges and universities. Prior to serving as ICEF’s CAO, Robert was the founding principal at ICEF’s flagship high school, where he led its growth from 93 to 375 students. Under Robert’s direction, the first three classes achieved a 100% graduation rate with 97 percent accepted to four-year universities. Three years later, 73 percent of the students are still enrolled in college. As a 1994 Teach for America corps member, Robert spent seven years at his placement site in East Los Angeles. He was twice named teacher of the year and was made lead teacher and science department chairperson in his second year. Robert graduated cum laude from Binghamton University with a double major in Biology and Classical Languages, and earned his MA in Urban Education Policy Planning.”

Jarvis Sulcer, an African-American, “joined LPFI in 2007, first as Academic Director and most recently serving as the Director of Education overseeing the SMASH and IDEAL programs. He brings with him a deep passion for our mission and experience in making an impact through education. He will lead LPFI in expanding the impact of its education programs and institutional research.

He received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Science and Engineering at Cornell University in 1998. He was the only African-American male in the United States to receive a Ph.D. in his field of study that year. He graduated from Southern University in 1991 with a B.S. in Physics and a minor in Mathematics. In 2000, Jarvis received the Most Distinguished Dissertation Award from the National Society of Black Physicists at Stanford University.

Previously, Jarvis worked part-time as an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Foothill Community College in addition to his full-time job as an engineer.  He also worked in Silicon Valley in the semiconductor industry as a Quality & Reliability Engineer at Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Agilent Technologies in wireless communications. He left corporate America in 2003 to dedicate his time and talent to XCEL Educational Services, a tutorial company he co-founded in 2000.

Jarvis is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is a strong advocate for education and has served as a motivational and keynote speaker for several organizations in California, Louisiana and New York,” according to LPFI

Sources familiar with the situation, speaking on condition of annonimity, expressed grave concern over this latest development, which came on the heels of an abrupt departure by another Caucasian employee of Kapors — Ross Fubini.

 

 

Freada and Mitchell Kapor — Owners of Posting Platform POSTEROUS.COM — Hereby Asked to Disclose Reason RSS Feed Utilized by The Leslie Brodie Network for Purposes of “Posting” Conveniently Malfunctions?

Freada and Mitchell Kapor — owners of posting platform POSTEROUS.COM — hereby asked to disclose, if known, the reason an RSS feed utilized by The Leslie Brodie Network — an online news-media outlet for a faith-based group — for purposes of “Posting” very often appears to conveniently malfunction ?

As previosuly stated, both Freada Kapor and husband Mitchell Kapor were identified on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoers in connection with overwhelming evidence pointing to a web of money laundering involving OBAMA FOR AMERICA, CaliforniaALL, Kamala Harris, CPUC, Level Playing Field Institute, The Kapor Center, Kapor Enterprises, Larry Lessig, Bettina Neuefeind, and culminating – as we are learning through the latest revelations pertaining to him — Robert Ross of The California Endowment.

 

 

Freada and Mitchell Kapor Under Scrutiny for Alleged Money Laundering Also to Campaign of California Attorney General Kamala Harris in Conjunction with Level Playing Field Institute / Kapor Enterprises / The California Endowment

Kamala Harris at  Kapor Center

Kamala Harris of CaliforniaALL at The Kapor Center. During the 2008-2010 election cycles, San Francisco-based “The Kapor Center” was utilized by the campaigns of both Barack Obama and Kamala Harris.(Image: courtesy)

In 2009, Mitchell and Freada Kapor’s non-profit Level Playing Field Institute (“LPFI”) forwarded to Kapor Enterprises “only”  $ 237, 977.00

 

LPFI 2009

 

 

 

In 2010, the amount Kapor’s LPFI forwarded to Kapor Enterprises jumped to $391,351.00 — an increase of around $160,000

 

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While other explanations certainly exist, preliminary and ongoing research caused YR to entertain thoughts the additional $160,000 from one entity controlled by Freada and Mitch Kapor (i.e. LPFI) to a separate entity controlled by Freada and Mitch Kapor ( i.e. Kapor Enterprises) stems from a peculiar grant LPFI suddenly obtained from, among others, The California Endowment.

 

Robert Ross of The California Endowment

Proxy Robert Ross, President & CEO of The California Endowment

The California Endowment (headed by proxy Robert Ross)  only “makes grants to nonprofit organizations, tribal governments and public agencies that directly benefit the health and well-being of Californians. Level Playing Field Institute (“LPFI”) founded in 2001 by Freada Klein Kapor to encourage kids to pursue careers in the fields commonly know as STEM — science, technology, engineering and math.

In 2010, The California Endowment awarded LPFI the sum of $50,000.

Incidentally, Mitch Kapor — a tech guru in his own right– provided technical assistance to the campaigns of both Barack Obama and Kamala Harris.

Mitchell and Freada Kapor — The Baobabs College Labs Project (TLR Note: notice tools for swing state student organizers to get out the college vote)

Former Howard Dean campaign blogger Zephyr Teachout is involved in a new election-related project, with blog: The Baobabs College Labs Project “provides tools for swing state student organizers to get out the college vote.” According to a press release

The Baobabs College Labs Project (http://www.baobabs.org) was created by personal computer software pioneer, Mitch Kapor, who founded Lotus Development, and his wife Freada Kapor Klein, a pioneer in workplace and cultural diversity and the founder of the Level Playing Field Institute.

After only two weeks online, the blog seems to be generating a lively discussion.

Source: http://blog.masslive.com/thefray/2004/09/another_deaniac_back_in_action.html

 

…along with my wife and partner, Freada Kapor Klein, I have created an initiative to reach out to college campuses in order to get students involved in this election. I want to help get computer science students involved in building the election tools and political community necessary for a healthy and dynamic politics.

We’re looking for innovative college students in swing states, to work with our tools and network to raise democratic turnout and participation on their campuses. Stipends of $1,000 are available. Diversity and inclusiveness are core values of College Labs.

    Each student organizer will receive a civicspace website that feeds into this site, research support, a strong network, and an Advokit (open source voter file) toolkit. If you have questions, email and we’ll answer them.

Profile of Mitchell Kapor Foundation’s Cedric Brown (TLR Note: Cedric sits on board of Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) as is Wilson Sonsini’s Mark Parnes’ Diane Parnes; Cedric — a foundations chazer – lives off the sweats of others)

Cedric Brown (CEO) has over 20 years of experience as an educator and funder, working with the SF Foundation, SF Education Fund, Switzer Foundation, SF Cultural Equity Grants, and Level Playing Field Institute among others.  He is a board/committee member of Northern California Grantmakers, Funders Committee for Civic Participation, and Council on Foundation’s Family Philanthropy Committee, and was immediate past board chair of Bay Area Blacks in Philanthropy. Cedric received the 2010 ABFE Emerging Leader in Philanthropy Award and was profiled as a 2011 Changemaker in the San Francisco Chronicle. Cedric holds degrees from the University of North Carolina and Stanford University and an executive certificate from Georgetown University. He can be reached at cbrown(at)mkf.org.

Source@:  http://www.mkf.org/about/staff.html

Cedric Brown has over 20 years experience as an educator and funder, working with the San Francisco Foundation, the San Francisco Education Fund, Switzer Foundation, San Francisco Cultural Equity Grants, and Level Playing Field Institute among others. He serves as chair of Bay Area Blacks in Philanthropy and is a board member of Funders Committee for Civic Participation. Cedric was 2007 Fellow of the Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE) and received the 2010 ABFE Emerging Leader in Philanthropy Award. He holds degrees from the University of North Carolina and Stanford University, and an executive certificate from Georgetown University.

http://www.ncg.org/s_ncg/sec.asp?CID=11280&DID=25703

TIMELINE 2005: FREADA KLEIN KAPOR’S LEVEL PL AYING FIELD INSTITUTE LAUNCHES YET A NEW OFF-SHOOT — “THE FAIRNESS FUND”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT:
Eric Wong, Fairness Fund Administrator
Level Playing Field Institute
415-946-3046
415-946-3001 – fax
ewong@lpfi.org

   LEVEL PLAYING FIELD INSTITUTE LAUNCHES THE FAIRNESS FUND

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 1, 2005) – In the spirit of acknowledging the
innovative ways organizations are working towards fairness in their communities, Level
Playing Field Institute established the Fairness Fund.     Supported by a grant from the
Mitchell Kapor Foundation, the Fairness Fund enables Level Playing Field Institute to
provide small, one-time grants to organizations who share their commitment to fairness
and inclusion in education and workplaces for underrepresented students/persons.               
“We recognize that achieving fairness is a big job, and that we cannot do it alone,” says
Caroline Barlerin, Level Playing Field Institute’s Managing Director.  “We are eager to
help support valuable work and thinking beyond our walls.”

Evolved from their former grants program, the Fairness Fund allows Level Playing Field
Institute to exercise its entrepreneurial spirit through proactive small-scale funding.         

 Their goal of establishing the Fairness Fund is to be a resource for organizations committed to
revealing and removing barriers to fairness.     The Fairness Fund will strategically invest in
projects that increase access to opportunities for underrepresented persons/students, and
fund the development and dissemination of relevant toolkits, best practices, curriculums,
etc. that continue to level the playing field.

The Fairness Fund allows Level Playing Field Institute the rare opportunity for a non-
profit organization to both create and run programs of its own, and support other
organizations doing great work in this important sector.

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Level Playing Field Institute is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote
innovative approaches to fairness in higher education and workplaces by removing
barriers to full participation.  For more information and Fairness Fund guidelines, please
visit www.lpfi.org.
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Profile of Freada and Mitch Kapor’s Now Defunct Entity IDEAL — The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership Scholars Fund

The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership (IDEAL) Scholars Fund, a program of the Level Playing Field Institute, was founded in 2001 by a group of University of California, Berkeley alumni, including Freada Klein. Its mission is to “invest in high-caliber, underrepresented students by providing resources and support to maximize their educational experiences and leadership opportunities during college and beyond.

The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership (IDEAL) Scholars Fund, a program of the Level Playing Field Institute, was founded in 2001 by a group of University of California, Berkeley alumni, including Freada Klein. Its mission is to “invest in high-caliber, underrepresented students by providing resources and support to maximize their educational experiences and leadership opportunities during college and beyond. IDEAL works with African American, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley. ” Past IDEAL scholarships have ranged from $2,000 to $8,500 for an academic year. In addition to the scholarship, IDEAL provides enrichment services: Summer internships (examples include U.S. Representative Barbara Lee’s office, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco General Hospital/UCSF, Centro Legal de la Raza) Annual leadership retreat Bi-monthly meetings Computer loan program Tutors (if needed) As part of the IDEAL community, students have ready access to IDEAL staff and other scholars for support issues. Scholars are also encouraged to work with U.C. Berkeley staff and faculty partners who help students navigate through campus challenges.

Source:

http://dbpedia.org/page/IDEAL_Scholars_Fund

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IDEAL Scholars Fund

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The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership (IDEAL) Scholars Fund, a program of the Level Playing Field Institute, was founded in 2001 by a group of University of California, Berkeley alumni, including Freada Klein. Its mission is to “invest in high-caliber, underrepresented students by providing resources and support to maximize their educational experiences and leadership opportunities during college and beyond. IDEAL works with African American, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley.”

Past IDEAL scholarships have ranged from $2,000 to $8,500 for an academic year. In addition to the scholarship, IDEAL provides enrichment services:

  • Summer internships (examples include U.S. Representative Barbara Lee’s office, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco General Hospital/UCSF, Centro Legal de la Raza)
  • Annual leadership retreat
  • Bi-monthly meetings
  • Computer loan program
  • Tutors (if needed)

As part of the IDEAL community, students have ready access to IDEAL staff and other scholars for support issues. Scholars are also encouraged to work with U.C. Berkeley staff and faculty partners who help students navigate through campus challenges.

External links

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDEAL_Scholars_Fund

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The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership (IDEAL) Scholars Fund, a program of the Level Playing Field Institute, was founded in 2001 by a group of University of California, Berkeley alumni, including Freada Klein. Its mission is to “invest in high-caliber, underrepresented students by providing resources and support to maximize their educational experiences and leadership opportunities during college and beyond. IDEAL works with African American, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley.”

Past IDEAL scholarships have ranged from $2,000 to $8,500 for an academic year. In addition to the scholarship, IDEAL provides enrichment services:

  • Summer internships (examples include U.S. Representative Barbara Lee’s office, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco General Hospital/UCSF, Centro Legal de la Raza)
  • Annual leadership retreat
  • Bi-monthly meetings
  • Computer loan program
  • Tutors (if needed)

As part of the IDEAL community, students have ready access to IDEAL staff and other scholars for support issues. Scholars are also encouraged to work with U.C. Berkeley staff and faculty partners who help students navigate through campus challenges.

External links

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IDEAL_Scholars_Fund?oldid=363059012

TIMELINE August 2010: CaliforniaALL’s Freada Kapor’s Level Playing Field Institute’s (LPFI) Announces Key Tech Companies to Participate in Study on Hidden Bias in Tech Workplaces (TLR Note: Questionable as Most Companies Controlled by Husband Mitch Kap

Level Playing Field Institute on August 30th, 2010

Five leading tech companies have signed on as participants in Level Playing Field Institute’s (LPFI) latest research study:  Understanding Bias and Fairness in Information Technology Environments. Cisco, Mozilla, Wikimedia, OpenCandy, and Get Satisfaction have each committed to participating in the study, which will look at how different groups in IT work environments perceive bias and unfairness in hiring, performance reviews, and bonus decisions and how companies can create more productive and equitable workplaces by removing hidden bias. 

LPFI Executive Director, Robert Schwartz: “Each of these companies appreciates that creating a more fair and equitable workplace helps to retain employees, increase productivity and improve their bottom line.  Our research comes at a critical time as Silicon Valley must respond to the notable decrease of African-Americans, Latinos and women in the tech workforce.”

Source:

http://www.lpfi.org/blog/archive/2010/08/lpfi-announces-key-tech-companies-pa…

TIMELINE — January 2011: CaliforniaALL’s Freada Klein Kapor’s Level Playing Field Institute Receives Grant from Verizon

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Level Playing Field Institute’s SMASH Academy Receives Grant from Verizon

San Francisco, January 10, 2011 – Level Playing Field Institute is the recipient of a $30,000 grant from The Verizon Foundation,the philanthropic arm of Verizon, to support its Summer Math and Science Honors Academy (SMASH) on the UC Berkeley and Stanford campuses, and its year-round Communications and Social Technology program (SMASHCAST) for SMASH scholars.

SMASH provides high-achieving, low-income, high school students of color with three years of rigorous science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) summer courses and year-round academic and mentoring support.

SMASH prepares young scholars to excel in STEM fields so that they can enter and succeed in selective colleges and graduate schools. “I am thrilled that Verizon shares our belief in the urgency of providing high achieving students of color with access to challenging STEM coursework, specifically preparing them for high-tech careers of the future,” said Level Playing Field Institute Executive Director Robert Schwartz, Ed.D. “Our partnership will help close the opportunity gap for hundreds of African American, Latino/a, Native American, Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander students who show great promise to be our future technology leaders.”

The students selected for SMASH have strong aptitude for STEM subjects and are often among the top students at their high schools. Nevertheless, because of a lack of resources both at school and home to prepare them for college, they face significant barriers to navigate a path to genuine academic achievement and learning. With this important support from Verizon,  SMASH scholars receive the education and access to technology resources that allow them to compete with students from more advantageous circumstances.

About SMASH Academy (www.lpfi.org/smash)

The Summer Math & Science Honors Academy began on the UC Berkeley campus in 2004 to close the STEM opportunity gap for students of color. Currently serving more than 200 scholars and alumni, SMASH is expanding to college campuses  nationwide.

About SMASHCAST (http://www.smashcast.org/)
SMASHCAST is the Communications And Social Technology program of SMASH. The class meets on two Saturdays each month, year-round, providing students with an opportunity to further their interests in new media. Students use their proclivity
for math and science to explore media technology and create video projects. SMASHCAST was recently hired by the UNITY Journalists of color to document their NewU Startup Camp.

About Level Playing Field Institute (www.lpfi.org)

Level Playing Field Institute is a Bay Area-based non-profit organization that works to increase fairness in education and the workplace by closing the opportunity gap.

 

About the Verizon Foundation (http://foundation.verizon.com)

The Verizon Foundation aims to improve literacy and strengthen educational achievement for children and adults by preparing them for success in the 21st Century. The Foundation invests in education and literacy initiatives that leverage innovative technology and interactive learning to increase 21st century skills for children and adults.
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SOURCE: LPFI

TIMELINE — SUMMER 2010 : DLA Piper Which Housed CaliforniaALL Partnered with CaliforniaALL’s Freada Klein Kapor’s Level Playing Field Institute to Provide Internships for Minority Undergraduates in DLA Piper’s San Francisco (TLR Note: Video Dated 2009)


As part of our pipeline initiative, the San Francisco office hosted undergraduate student interns in a program sponsored by Level Playing Field Institute.

Throughout the summer, we again partnered with the Level Playing Field’s IDEAL Scholars program and the Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars program to provide summer internships for minority undergraduates in our San Francisco Office.

The Level Playing Field Institute’s IDEAL Scholars program is a six-week internship for low-income, under-represented students of color attending the University of California-Berkeley who are interested in pursuing law school. The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) provides four-year college scholarships to disadvantaged students of color to ensure their success in college and develop their leadership potential. DLA Piper’s close relationship with the JRF, including our providing office space and resources to JRF’s West Coast operations in Los Angeles, came about through Los Angeles Managing Partner Michael Meyer, who is on the JRF board and is a longtime supporter of its scholarship program.

During their internship with us, the students shadow DLA Piper lawyers and staff; at the culmination of their internship, they deliver a presentation on the functions and synergies of the departments with which they worked. The goal of the internship is to give the students some perspective of what it is like to work in a large law firm and to develop an appreciation for all jobs performed. Hear from past IDEAL scholars in a YouTube presentation provided by the Level Playing Field Institute.

 

Sources:

http://www.dlapiper.com/files/upload/DLA_Piper_Diversity_and_Inclusion_News_J…

 

AND:

 

http://www.dlapiperdiversity.com/community/

 

AND:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy-Qts35c3E

 

 

 

Article by Ugotrade on Freada Kapor Klein and Mitch Kapor – Incubating the Future ; The Kapor Center on 543 Howard, San Francisco, CA

First, Ugotrade:

* Entire article, including photos, please see source: http://www.ugotrade.com/2008/11/13/freada-kapor-klein-and-mitch-kapor-incubat…

543 Howard is a large, child and dog friendly building South of Market. It is home to several organizations all connected with one another that Freada and Mitch founded.  Some are non- profit and some for-profit, but all share a common kind of value framework – trying to make a difference in the world.

The picture above is Bettina Neuefeind (married to Larry Lessig – Change Congress). Bettina and volunteer, Roy Bowers, look as though they are feeling confident shortly before Barak Obama became President Elect.

Bettina, a photographer (see her election photoset) and attorney, took leave from her job as an attorney to work as Volunteer Office Manager for the SF Obama for America HQ back in September.  Bettina organized an overflow phone bank at 543 Howard during the November 1-4 Get Out the Vote (GOTV) .

Freada encapsulated the mission of 543 Howard to me:

    So it is about empathy, It is about building understanding and it is about building bridges between the non-profit world and the for profit world, between the geeks and the social justice types between lots of different types of groups.  Everybody is smart, everybody has a big heart and everybody is working on great things. So we are really trying to work together and build community.
Mitch explained more about the organizations at 543:

    There are several organizations all connected with one another, some non- profit, some for-profit but all efforts that Freada and Mitch founded. There is Level Playing Field Institute – an activist non-profit – which Freada started that runs scholarship and leadership development programs for underrepresented students of color and is involved in reducing bias in the work place. Also there is The Mitchell Kapor Foundation which has grant programs in education, the environment and voting access.

    We did a whole big program this year to help organizations in terms of people’s right to vote.  And on election day we have been hosting one of the National Call Centers for the Election Protection Coalition. We have room full of volunteer attorneys hooked up to phones connected to 866 Our Vote. So we are part of this national system where people can refer any problem they are having voting.

    The Election Protection Center has been in the works for months.  We had to get tied into their 800 number.  There is a lot of set up for that. Election Protection is strictly non-partisan.  As you noticed,  when we were together there, I had to take off my Obama T-Shirt when I went in the room.  It is like a polling place you can’t have any political signs.
Also for the last few days here, we have been hosting a call center phone bank. Obama For America ran out of room in their office space in SF and we had some extra space. So they have their own cell phones and charges, and we have been making the space available so they can make get out the vote calls in the final days of the campaign.

Everyone was quite nervous at the beginning of the night!

I went into Second Life (Mitch Kapor was the Angel Investor for Linden Lab) to find people were anxiously watching there too – on Capitol  Hill.  Capitol Hill was built by Steve Nelson from Clear Ink. Steve’s Interactive Polling Map is only one of a number of interesting projects he has pioneered in Second Life.  See New World Notes for just how big the victory celebrations got in Second Life.

 

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Located on Howard Street between First and Second in the South Financial District of downtown San Francisco, 543 Howard was built in 1924 as a three-story grocery warehouse.

Since 2003, the Kapor Center has supported an array of educational, environmental, high tech and social justice organizations and activities in our Howard Street offices.

In addition to our primary occupants— Mitchell Kapor Foundation, Level Playing Field Institute, Klein Associates, Kapor Enterprises, and Kapor Capital, we also currently house Carbon War Room.

Now recently renovated, 543 Howard Street embodies the very best in contemporary design and thoughtful engineering. Recognizing that progressive workplaces mean healthier employees, 543 Howard’s owners incorporated the use of environmentally sensitive, or “green” practices throughout the building’s remodel.

Please see source:

http://www.kaporcenter.com/sf/

 

Freada Kapor Klein’s Alleged Profile As Posted On Unreliable Wikipedia

Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D. (born 1952) is a pioneer in the field of organizational development and human resources and diversity consulting, as co-founder of the first organization in the U.S. to offer comprehensive services, training, and consultation on the topic of sexual harassment to both the private and public sectors in 1976 . Afterward, she became the first director of Employee Relations for Lotus Development Corporation, before founding her own research, training, and consulting firm, Klein Associates, Inc., in 1987. Klein also frequently served as an expert witness on gender discrimination and sexual harassment.[1]

Career

Klein now devotes the majority of her time to work in the non-profit world. In 2001 she founded the Level Playing Field Institute, a non-profit which promotes innovative approaches to fairness in higher education and workplaces by removing barriers to full participation.[1][2] While serving on the Executive Board of the College of Letters and Science at the University of California, Berkeley, Klein co-founded the IDEAL Scholars Fund with three other board members in 2000. IDEAL invests in high-caliber, underrepresented students at Berkeley by providing resources and support to maximize their educational experiences and leadership opportunities during college and beyond. The fund was established in response to California Proposition 209.

Klein’s for-profit and non-profit endeavors include the design and execution of several landmark studies, including: an annual survey of quality of worklife issues in Internet start-ups, a survey of Fortune 500 manufacturing and service firms to determine the effectiveness of corporate efforts to address sexual harassment, a survey of gender bias and sexual harassment experienced by Massachusetts physicians and medical students, survey projects for the United Nations and World Bank on various forms of harassment, and a national representative survey of U.S. employers and employees on their perceptions of fairness in the workplace.[1]

Klein is quoted extensively by the media. She has been interviewed for numerous publications, including: Business Week, the Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Fortune, the Harvard Business Review, the Los Angeles Times, the The National Law Journal, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Television appearances include: “The Today Show,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Prime Time Live,” “Nightline,” “The MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour,” “20/20,” “CBS This Morning,” and “Good Morning America.”

Klein received her undergraduate degree in criminology from UC Berkeley in 1974, and her Ph.D. in social policy and research from the Heller School at Brandeis University in 1984, with a Social Science Research Council fellowship for the study of sexual harassment in federal government employment.

Klein and her husband, Mitchell Kapor, live in San Francisco, California.[2]

She served with her husband on the Board of Trustees of the Summer Science Program from 2004 to 2006. He had been a student of the program in 1966.

 

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freada_Kapor_Klein

 

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27 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We’re on the hunt for capacity grants and funding for our state-wide work….Suggestions? Ideas? Email lparecki@calall.org
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26 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

3rd of 3 articles on drop-out epidemic Read – Raising Their Voices article: www.civicenterprises.net/pdfs/raisingtheirvoices.pdf
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24 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Read One Dream, Two Realities (parents’ perspective on student drop outs) http://www.civicenterprises.net/pdfs/onedream.pdf
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23 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Why do high schoolers drop out? Learn why directly from students, read http://tinyurl.com/2g2668o from the America’s Promise Alliance site
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21 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Sacramento hosting CA Dropout Prevention Summit on April 29; www.americaspromise.org/Our-Work/Dropout-Prevention/Summits/California.aspx
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19 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

The Saturday Academy of Law (SAL) students did!
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19 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Anyone attend the UC Irvine Celebrate UCI 2010 event on Saturday?
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11 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Help CaliforniaALL attend the National Conference Volunteering & Service – call us 916-792-6182 to support education diversity in California
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10 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Anyone attending the National Conference on Volunteering & Service? CalALL is looking for a corporate/individual sponsor so we can attend!
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9 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Thanks 2 generous Orange County law firms for hosting Sat. Academy of Law students-it’s a great motivator for students to see law at work!
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8 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Rutan & Tucker, LLP is committed to diversity – thanks for hosting our SAL students!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another generous Orange County law firm – Paul Hastings – thank you for participating in SAL mentor day!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another thank you from CalALL – thanks to Gibson Dunn in Orange County for hosting SAL students!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

SAL students visiting Crowell & Moring’s law office in Irvine today to learn about careers in law-thank you for your commitment to diversity
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6 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Many thanks to Allen Matkins Leek Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP in Irvine, CA for hosting our SAL students today!
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1 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Please remember to update CalALL’s new mailing address – visit our web site: www.calall.org for details!
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1 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Thank you DLA Piper Sacramento for your generosity in providing CalALL pro bono office space during our early years!
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25 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

CalALL has a new mailing address: CaliforniaALL 7405 Greenback Lane, #150 Citrus Heights, CA 95610 Please update your contact info today!
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20 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We’re excited to attend the New Energy Academy event at Venture Academy in Stockton on Tuesday!
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18 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another interesting NYT article – check it out: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/education/11educ.html?th&emc=th
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9 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out our new YouTube Channel – a few of our favorite Saturday Academy of Law videos are posted – http://www.youtube.com/CaliforniaALL
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7 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Back from an amazing Saturday Academy of Law graduation – 50 more students given the opportunity to learn about legal professions!
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6 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Irvine – Saturday Academy of Law graduation starts in 30 minutes – just listened to 9th graders’ final SAL debate!
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5 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Excited to head to Irvine tomorrow for 2010’s first Saturday Academy of Law graduation!
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3 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out NYT article about the President’s drive to curb high school drop out rates: www.nytimes.com/2010/03/02/us/02obama.html?emc=eta1
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26 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Heading to the OC for CA Career Pathways Consortia & CA Partnership Academies Annual Educating for Careers Conference this weekend
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22 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Some ink about our New Energy Academies: http://www.dailycal.org/article/106868/berkeley_high_chosen_for_energy_academy
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20 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Our ‘09 corporate sponsors (Accenture, AT&T, DLA Piper, Kirkland Ellis, LLP, PG&E, Verizon) make our work possible – thank you!
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10 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out photos from last weekend’s SAL events – thanks to UC Irvine student photographer Gilberto Cardenas – www.gilbertocardenas.com/SAL
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8 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

2010 is going strong! Verizon Foundation renewed its $100k grant to support Saturday Academy of Law Program – thank you!
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6 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Flying back to Sac from Irvine-amazing to see SAL in action. It truly highlights our commitment to facilitating complete education pipelines
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5 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Wonderful dinner w/ 100, including graduates and their parents, @ last night’s SAL Symposium. This is a program we can all be proud of!
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4 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Off to a Saturday Academy of Law (SAL) Oversight Committee meeting…
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30 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Much thanks to Cal Department of Education for supporting New Energy Academies, too!
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30 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We announced $50k PG&E grant to support New Energy Academies project management…they also granted $200k to get program off the ground!
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25 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Just in…PG&E donated $50k to support project management of New Energy Academies…learn more: http://www.calall.org/collaborations.html
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22 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Successful BOD meeting this week; we’re working toward closing the achievement gap!
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20 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

CaliforniaALL tweets are back – thanks for following!
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1 Sep 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Chicago to meet with City of Chicago Treasurer Stephanie Neely.
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31 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Champions of Diversity Gala tickets are now available online. http://www.calall.org/gala/
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13 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Santa Barbara for the 2009 New America Alliance Education Initiative Launch
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13 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

I was just informed I will be receiving the 2009 Minority Bar Association of Western NY Trail Blazer Award. 🙂
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4 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Welcome our new Board Members: Ophelia Basgal, Gibor Basri, Jenny C. Flores, Frank Quevedo, Adonica Wada, and Cary Zellerbach
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23 Jul 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out our new and improved website! http://www.calall.org/index.html
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Congresswoman Doris Matsui has agreed to be the Chair at our Champions of Diversity Awards Gala in October!
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Bummed not to be able to attend the TOIGO dinner in LA and the NAPABA Regional also in LA. Miss all of you in LA.
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In DC for the ABA Diversity Summit. Looking forward to mapping out next steps for the legal profession.
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11 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

You can now donate to CaliforniaALL on our Facebook page http://bit.ly/J0DSg
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9 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

SAVE THE DATE – October 21, 2009 (5:30 – 10:00 p.m.) in Sacramento, CA – CaliforniaALL’s Inaugural Champions of Diversity Awards Gala.
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9 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Back to New York to attend the Asian American Association for Investment Managers Conference.
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4 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In New York to present my “Plumbing the Diversity Pipeline” speech at the Woman’s Bar Association Convention.
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CaliforniaALL — Initial Board of Directors and Legal Counsel –Archive September 2008

Board of Directors

Victor Miramontes, Board Chair
Vice Chairman
CityView
Maria del Pilar Avila, Board Treasurer
Vice President
Palladium Equity Partners

Dr. Winston Churchill Doby
Vice Chancellor Emeritus
University of California, Los Angeles

Jay Ferguson

Partner
Kline Hawkes & Co.

James Hsu

Partner
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, LLP

Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D.

Founder and Board Chair
Level Playing Field Institute

Pat Fong Kushida

President
Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce

Douglas G. Scrivner
General Counsel and Secretary
Accenture Legal Group

Legal Counsel

Susan Mac Cormac, Partner
Morrison Foerster, LLP
425 Market Street
San Francisco, CA  94105-2482
Eric A. Tate, Partner
Morrison Foerster, LLP
425 Market Street
San Francisco, CA  94105-2482

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