About Us

The University Corporation, San Francisco State (UCorp) was incorporated in 1946 as an auxiliary organization; a not-for-profit public benefit corporation devoted to furthering the educational mission of San Francisco State University. UCorp aims to provide resources to the University as means to enrich the SF State experience for our students, faculty, and staff.

In fulfilling its mission, UCorp performs a variety of services throughout the campus community. Specifically, it oversees commercial operations, administers educational grants and contracts for the University, and oversees the fiscal administration for numerous University programs. UCorp also provides accounting services to the other auxiliaries on campus. All of these services are coordinated with the campus community to enhance the educational and cultural environment of the University and the surrounding community it serves.

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Text Version of University Personnel Organizational Chart

(University personnel assigned to administer UCorp are university employees and not employees of the auxiliary entity. They are all supervised and under the oversight of university employees.)

  • Lynn Mahoney, Ph.D., President

    • Jason Porth, Vice President

      • Shae Antonettte Hanock, Chief of Operations
      • Rosa Barragan, Senior Administrative Assistant
  • University Corporation, Board of Directors
    • Jason Porth, Executive Director

      • Tammie Ridgell, Director of Finance and Administration

        • Ricardo Angeles, Associate Director and Administration and Programs

          • Wafa Rashdan, Accounts Payable Specialist
          • Charlene Gee, Accounts Receivable Accountant
          • Duyen Nguyen, Accounting Technician/Purchasing
          • Shelby Zuo, Administrative Analyst
          • Diana Bonilla, AP Specialist
          • Diya Patel, Student Banking Coordinator
        • Maggie Woo, Controller
          • Eva Du, Accountant Lead
          • Cathy Cheng, Accountant
          • Sandra Aguilar, Accountant
          • Karen Huang, Accountant
          • Mimi Choi, Accounting Tech
          • Vacant, Fiscal Analyst
          • Raymond Fang, Accountant
        • Vacant, Associate Director, Finance and Administration
          • Mark Angstman, Human Resources Specialist
      • Chris Farmer, Director, Operations
        • Andrew Lok, Retail & Commercial Services Manager
        • Erik Leung, Communications and Operations Coordinator

Text Version of UCorp Auxiliary Personnel Organizational Chart

(UCorp personnel perform services that support UCorp’s mission by and through those functions deemed best fulfilled by an auxiliary. Only UCorp’s board of directors may direct employment decisions concerning UCorp employees. UCorp’s board delegates this function to the UCorp executive director, who may delegate the responsibility to other personnel.)

  • University Corporation, Board of Directors

    • Jason Porth, Executive Director
    • Chris Farmer, Director, Operations
      • Elsa Ramos, Convenience Stores Manager

        • Jesusa Ramos, Lead I and Cash Control 
        • Danilo Silva, Lead I
        • Vacant, Lead II
      • Andrew Lok, Retail & Commercial Services Manager
      • Erik Leung, Communications and Operations Coordinator
      • Wilson Fan, Ctrl+P Digital Print Shop Manager
        • Chris De La Torre, Ctrl+P Digital Print Shop Supervisor

Our Finances and Administration 

  1. Our policies will establish clear operating protocols, which we will follow.
  2. We will account for every dollar according to CSU policy, and all applicable ordinances.
  3. Our funds will be administered soundly- in line with best practices of the CSU and other auxiliary organizations.
  4. We will provide professional support for the university’s auxiliaries so that they can effectively carry out their own missions in support of the university.
  5. We will work with campus partners to provide support services aimed at ensuring that campus programs are effectively managed and that they adhere to the highest standards of integrity in their operations.

Our Operations

  1. We will be a trusted and valued business partner.
  2. We will work to provide the campus community with the services it needs and desires. 
  3. Our operations will generate revenue to support our organization and the university. 

Our Community 

  1. We will build a culture of trust and partnership with the campus community, including ASI, Senate, and university administrative units. 
  2. We will strengthen the perception of UCorp as a valued business partner for the university.
  3. We will work to be seen as a key component of the efforts to advance the university through its strategic plan.

Our Governance 

  1. Our team will ensure that our board is well informed so that it can make deliberate and reasoned decisions to guide us. 
  2. To ensure that we engage in sound and ethical practices, our board will be well versed in our policies, as well as applicable CSU regulations and State ordinances. 
  3. Our board will welcome disparate points of view and will consider them in a deliberate, professional, and courteous manner. 

Our Staff and Structure 

  1. We will ensure that UCorp is a wonderful place to work, where our employees feel valued and treated equitably. 
  2. We will operate efficiently and in a manner that supports our success, best practices, and applicable regulations. 
  3. We will have clear paths to advance in our careers and to find fulfillment through what we do at work.