Staci A. Slaughter

Staci Slaughter oversees media relations, public affairs, marketing communications programs, crisis communications and community outreach activities on behalf of the organization. In addition to day-to-day responsibilities overseeing the Club's communications activities, Slaughter helps manage the organization's major public events, including the media operations for the 2007 All-Star Game, the public relations efforts surrounding the development and opening of AT&T Park and the 2010, 2012 and 2014 World Series games and parades. Slaughter is also responsible for the Giants' charitable endeavors including the 100% Player Participation program and the Giants Community Fund.

In 2012, Slaughter received the Robert O. Fishel Award, which is given annually to the active, nonuniformed representative of Major League Baseball for ethics, professionalism and humanitarianism. Prior to joining the Giants in 1996, Slaughter was press secretary to former San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan, where she served as his primary spokesperson, media liaison and speechwriter. Slaughter has lived in San Francisco for more than 20 years and serves on the boards of trustees of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.).

A University of California, Berkeley graduate, Slaughter lives in San Francisco with her husband, Jamie, and their two sons, Jake and Ben.

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