Margita Thompson and Michael Woo Join Zócalo’s Board of Trustees

Welcome the Former Governor’s Press Secretary and Cal Poly Pomona Dean Emeritus to the Public Square

We are excited to announce two new members of the Zócalo Public Square Board of Trustees: former California gubernatorial press secretary Margita Thompson and Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design dean emeritus Michael Woo.

Thompson has extensive communications and media experience, including serving as press secretary for California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from 2003–2006, working at the White House in the Office of the Vice President as press secretary to Lynne Cheney, and producing for Larry King Live. Her accomplishments also include delivering a “Top 10” list on Late Night with …

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