Interim Chief Executive Officer Lisa Williams
Lisa Williams is President of One Source Public Affairs, a boutique consulting firm that specializes in the management of state, local and national political campaigns and strategic programs for non-profit organizations.
Since 2006, Lisa served on the San Francisco Pride Board and is currently on a leave of absence. As Board President, she recruited diverse community leaders to implement new ideas and programs that enhance the success of San Francisco Pride.
Lisa holds various leadership positions in numerous community organizations including the African American Democratic Club (Vice President), Black Women Organized for Political Action (State Board), African American Voter Awareness Project (President), and the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club (Board Member, PAC Committee). Lisa is a native San Franciscan with deep ties to the community and active in the local music scene as a promoter of musicians and DJs in San Francisco and Oakland.
Community Relations Manager
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Office/IT Manager Lucky Gutierrez
Lucky Gutierrez began working at San Francisco Pride in July 2010, bringing 20 years of program support and technology management experience with him. His primary responsibilities include ensuring the Board, Staff and Contractors have the necessary resources and support to produce a world-class event, as well as smooth functioning of the online features of SF Pride, including the website, online applications and ticket payment systems.
Prior to working at SF Pride, Lucky worked at Stanford University for 20 years, as a Student Affairs Specialist and later as a Computer Information Systems Analyst for the Career Development Center. In those positions he developed and implemented web applications for event registration and management, e-commerce solutions, and served as webmaster. Lucky has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1982, volunteering for and supporting numerous community organizations. Since 2002, he has been a volunteer with the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), serving as a volunteer mentor and trainer. He regularly introduces animals to potential adopters, gives tours and played a key role in implementing the SF/SPCA's first volunteer management software system.