The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences has over 300 academic and professional staff performing a myriad of administrative, management, information systems, academic, research, training and patient care responsibilities.
- Veronica Alvarez, Academic Affairs, Human Resources Manager.
- Mary Beth Blasnek, Management Services Officer for Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital's provides oversight of all research, clinical and educational activities at that location. The Finance Director leads the team that manages financial planning and reporting, strategic and business planning, and billing and accounts receivable.
- Beth Glascock, Chief Financial Officer, is responsible for the financial and budgetary strategic planning, development of ad hoc financial reporting, development and management of internal control of the Department’s financial models, resources, and budgets across all sites, programs and missions.
- Brenda Kittredge is the Director of Operations. She focuses on long-range financial planning and organizational development for the department to maximize department operations.
- The Research Enterprise Director for the department, provides post-award services for the Center for Reproductive Sciences and our clinical and translational science faculty.
- Vashti Sinigayan, Staff Human Resources Manager.
- Wendy Turner, Communications Manager - Department level internal & external communications & social media.
- Judy Young, Executive Director of the National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health oversees the daily operations of the CoE including the Women’s Health Resource Center, local community outreach & education programs, collaborations with local and national partners and the academic and community partnership program.
- Constance Yu, Associate Chair for Administration & Finance, is responsible for strategizing, developing, planning, and implementing effective administrative structures and financial arrangements to support the Department’s operations and strategic priorities as well as the Department’s short- and long-term strategies for growth and innovation.