Marie Louise Hurabiell, Esq., an eighth generation San Franciscan, born and raised in District 1, is a founder and board member of Ellipsis Health, Inc., a mental health technology company and is honored to serve the public as vice-chair of the Presidio Trust board. Previously, she ran her own law firm, was a General Counsel, practiced at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom and held a Federal Clerkship.
Ms. Hurabiell has led fundraising efforts for many non-profit organizations including Georgetown University, San Francisco Ballet, Wender Weis Foundation for Children, The Hamlin School, the International Museum of Women, and Holy Family Day Home, totaling over $40M.
She drove the building of a school for homeless and low-income children and is actively involved in anti-human trafficking work.
She serves on the Georgetown Board of Regents, and the SF Ballet Auxiliary and has served on the boards of the Holy Family Day Home, the SF Ballet, the NCL GG Chapter, and the Hamilton Family Center.
In D1, she supports many causes such as the Richmond District Neighborhood Center, the Cal Academy of Sciences and the de Young Museum.
Ms. Hurabiell received her B.A. with Honors from Georgetown University and her J.D. with Honors from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in D1 with her fiancee and 2 children.