Anne Halsted is a devoted advocate for San Francisco’s waterfront, neighborhoods and social well-being. Through appointed civic positions and nonprofit leadership work, Anne has worked to safeguard San Francisco’s public spaces and improve the quality of life in the city. In addition to serving as a Trustee for the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association, Anne currently serves on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, SF Bay Conservation and Development Commission, City Club of San Francisco Board, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR) Board, Chinatown Community Development Corporation Board, North Beach Citizens Board, and the Goldman Institute on Aging Board. Anne has been honored with the Silver Spur Award by SPUR, the Women Who Could Be President Award by the League of Women Voters, the Eisenhower Award by Business Executives for National Security, and the Environmentalist Award by San Francisco Tomorrow. Anne holds a BA in Political Science from Duke University and is married to Wells Whitney, Ph.D. Anne and Wells live in the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood in San Francisco.