Genevieve di San Faustino

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Genevieve di San Faustino (11919-2011) "In 1958 she married Prince Ranieri di San Faustino with whom she spent nineteen wonderful years before his death in 1977. During the 1940s, Genie and her friend, Jean Mailliard, founded Casey and Mailliard (later Genevieve Casey and Associates) which, over the next several decades, became the pre-eminent real estate brokerage firm dealing in homes in Pacific Heights and other northern San Francisco neighborhoods. ... Proud of her service as a director of the Bothin Foundation (the last thirty years as its President), she never tired of challenging staff and other directors alike to seek out new and better ways to improve the lives of others less fortunate. Genie cherished close friends, particularly those who sought to make a difference in the world. One such friendship was the close bond she developed with Jane Goodall. She had met Jane on one of her many trips to Africa, and that chance meeting led Genie, in 1977, to become the founding President of the Jane Goodall Institute, an organization which she continued to support for the rest of her life. Like her grandmother and her mother before her, Genie served for years on the Board of Directors of Childrens Hospital before its merger with CPMC. She also served for many years on the Boards of the San Francisco Symphony, the Conservatory of Music, the Fine Arts Museums, On Lok Senior Health Services, the St. Francis Memorial Hospital Foundation, and the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, of which she was a founder." [1]


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  1. SF Gate Genevieve di San Faustino, organizational web page, accessed February 17, 2012.
  2. WILD Foundation Newsletter Volume 1, organizational web page, accessed February 17, 2012.