• View of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken from the Marin Headlands, looking towards San Francisco at sunrise.

    Golden Gate

    National Recreation Area California

Our Staff & Offices

Frank Dean, General Superintendent
Email the General Superintendent | (415) 561-4720

Aaron Roth, Deputy Superintendent
Email the Deputy Superintendent | (415) 561-4720

Steven Maged, Chief of Administration
Email the Chief of Administration | (415) 561-4765

Abby Sue Fisher, Chief of Cultural Resources
Email the Chief of Cultural Resources | (415) 561-4709

Daphne Hatch, Chief of Natural Resources Management & Research
Email the Chief of Natural Resources | (415) 289-1840

Michele Gee, Chief of Interpretation & Education
Email the Chief of Interpretation | (415) 561-4759

Don Mannel, Chief of Maintenance
Email the Chief of Maintenance | (415) 561-4951

Jessica Carter, Chief of Business Management
Email the Chief of Business Management | (415) 561-4993

Howard Levitt, Director of Communications & Partnerships
Email the Director of Communications & Partnerships | (415) 561-4730

Alexandra Picavet, Public Affairs Specialist
Email the Public Affairs Specialist | (415) 561-4732

Nancy Hornor, Chief of Planning & Compliance
Email the Chief of Planning | (415) 561-4937

Kevin Cochary, Chief of Visitor & Resource Protection
Email the Chief of Visitor & Resource Protection | (415) 331-8627

Michael Savidge, Strategic Planning & Partnership Development (NPS Project Director, America's Cup)
Email the park's Strategic Planner | (415) 561-4725

General Park Information (415) 561-4700

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy (415) 561-3000

Presidio Trust (415) 561-5300

Fee Program Office
Administers park fee collection program and Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA) projects. (415) 561-4782

Did You Know?

Jessie Fremont on her porch at her home at Fort Mason

John Fremont, the explorer, and his wife Jessie Benton Fremont, lived at Fort Mason. Both were abolitionists and their home, once located at the edge of the post, became a center of San Francisco’s intellectual life.