Your San Francisco Community Center
Founded by Jane Doe in 2000, Yale First Nation was established in order to provide members of the greater San Francisco community a chance to take part in a number of recreational activities. With great social activities for the entire family, private gatherings and educational programs — our center has become the hub of cultural enlightenment.
Whether you’re looking for recreational activities or are looking for enrichment programs, our center has something for everyone to enjoy. Over the years, it’s become a crucial part of life for people in the community and continues to be an integral part until today.
Meet the Team
Community Leaders — Here to Serve You
The Yale First Nation staff plays a big part in community life here in San Francisco. Our team of professionals is eager and ready to help our center become a thriving place that you and your family can enjoy daily. The Yale First Nation family is made up of a diverse bunch of people who came together serve the community. Get in touch today and speak with any one of our staff members.
Morgan James is the star of our Community Center, and the glue of our team. Since joining us, Morgan James has contributed so much to our success. We definitely wouldn’t be where we are today without Morgan James by our side.
River Watts is the Secretary at Yale First Nation. River Watts is an incredibly valued asset to our team and has led our efforts to make Yale First Nation a pillar of the San Francisco community.
A superb and experienced employee, Alex Smith is our General Manager and a pivotal part of our community center. There’s never been a more loyal employee, and we’re happy to have Alex Smith around.
“Do your work with your whole heart, and you will succeed - there’s so little competition”