MCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jason Pellegrini was born in San Francisco and his love for the “City by the Bay” was evidenced early after the ’89 Loma-Prieta earthquake when, at a young age, he loaded up his Radio Flyer to help with the extensive cleanup efforts. Jason is the Director of Facilities for Delivering Innovation In Supportive Housing, an SF non-profit trying to end homelessness. You can find Jason walking his two Norfolk Terriers, Rugby & Molly, most weekends in the Marina.
Channing Hussey lives in the Marina with her ferocious orange tabby Augustus Maximus. She loves the Fort Mason farmer’s market, Marina architecture and going to the movies on Chestnut Street. She is committed to local volunteerism and is on The Junior League of San Francisco’s Executive Management Team. During the day, she runs operations for Mosaic Financial Partners, a local financial planning and wealth management firm.
Cindy Beckman lives and works in the Marina. The neighborhood's diverse residents both young and old with its great access to outdoor recreation makes it her perfect San Francisco location.
Executive Committee Non Officer
Daniel Harper resides in the Marina and became a Director on the MCA Board in 2017. Daniel is a graduate from the University of Southern California with a degree in Business and concentration in Management Consulting. Daniel played defensive back with the USC Trojans football program for four years. He is currently Senior Director of Operations and Technology for WalkMe Inc. Daniel enjoys playing multiple musical instruments and golfing with friends. He looks forward to being a contributing member of the MCA Board.
Maurice Franco has lived in the Marina since 1980. After a thirty year career with the Permanente Medical group, he retired five years ago, getting to now fully enjoy the neighborhood. Presently a member of Health Tech Capital, a Palo Alto incubator that focuses on digital health. Loves to travel searching for uncrowded waves, surfs under the bridge and Ocean Beach when it is not huge and wind blown.
A Marina homeowner since 1984, Peter Fortune is a past president and 24-year Board member of San Francisco Beautiful, a retired trial lawyer, a runner, and a tree lover. He can be frequently seen on the Green or at Crissy Field beach throwing a ball for his German Shepherd to chase and return. He is currently working on his most ambitious MCA project -- planting over 200 street trees in the Marina.
Eric Kingsbury has lived in the Marina for over six years and San Francisco since 2011. He is a Bay Area native, born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Eric loves to cook, read, and explore all the things that our lovely neighborhood has to offer. You can usually find Eric on Chestnut Street, traveling – for work and for pleasure – or riding Muni just about everywhere. On the MCA, Eric plans to focus on issues around public safety and transportation here in the neighborhood.
Stephen Hancock is a tech entrepreneur focused on building a transportation infrastructure to support the rising usage of shared-ride services. He lives in the Marina with this wife, Ashley, and has been a San Francisco resident for the past five years. He is incredibly concerned about maintaining the Marina’s family-friendly, safe, close-community status after seeing the rapidly growing issues over the past year including car break-in’s, homelessness and sanitation.
4th generation San Franciscan and Marina resident with wife Shay over 35 years. We enjoy and want to protect all aspects of our neighborhood: walking, biking, working out at the Presidio Y, hanging out at Books Inc. and other traditional retailers. 35 year career in national real estate investment advisory services, retiring about 10 years ago from Wall Street based BlackRock Realty. I now oversee investments and have more time to be involved in our community.
I live in the Marina District with my wife and 3 young children. I have zero political ambitions but I am disgusted by the levels of property crime and the invasion of our parks and commercial corridors by the homeless. I have also grown tired of hearing the same old excuses from our city government. I therefore feel compelled to contribute to the solution. I plan to leverage my experience as a police officer (retired) and my experiences as a Marina/Cow Hollow small business owner to contribute to the discussion with our elected officials and the SFPD Command Staff with the goal of implementing real solutions.