Prior to becoming the Development Associate at The Redford Center, Geoffrey was the Development & Communications Coordinator at the California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC), an organization dedicating to serving California’s youth through the empowerment of out-of- school time (such as afterschool, before school, and summer learning) programs. Through his time at CalSAC, Geoffrey relied on self-produced films for the organization’s fundraising campaigns, leading to a strong belief and appreciation for the ability of filmmaking to make change and inspire people to take action.
Before moving to the East Bay from his hometown in Los Angeles, Geoffrey served as the Foundation & Development Assistant at The Giving Back Fund, where he supported numerous foundations including the Human Interaction Project, The Charlotte & Gwenyth Gray Foundation, and Special Spartans. Geoffrey graduated from UC Berkeley with B.A.s in Psychology and Political Science. Indoors, Geoffrey can be found playing board games or tearing up at the latest K- drama. When outdoors, he enjoys playing tennis and exploring the Bay Area.