January 10, 2020

Salesforce Hosts Surprise 100th Birthday Party for San Francisco Resident

Salesforce Newsroom

 

Salesforce welcomed San Francisco resident Angela Little to the Ohana Floor at the top of Salesforce Tower, Friday, just in time for her 100th birthday this Sunday. Little was raised in San Francisco, graduated from Galileo High School, went to Berkeley where she received her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and bacteriology, a master’s degree in food science and a doctorate in agricultural chemistry. She was a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Nutritional Sciences for decades before retiring in 1985. Earlier this year, she was named to Galileo High School Hall of Merit.

 

Little looks out at bay bridge from Ohana Floor at Salesforce Tower San Francisco.
 
Little shared stories from her time growing up in San Francisco which included her love for spending time at the Legion of Honor. “I loved the Legion of Honor and would take walks up to look out at the water, which of course, back then there was no bridge, and that was my place of peace.”
 

Little surprised with cake and flowers.

This Sunday, the San Francisco Conservatory will be performing a special musical experience in Angela’s honor. She will be attending with family and friends to celebrate her birthday. 

 

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