Heather Hickman Holland has worked at SFAI for 13 years, and overseen the facilities department since 2007. As Associate Vice President for Operations and Facilities, she is responsible for the planning and management of SFAI’s physical plant, studio operations, safety and security, general services, and café. For the last several years, she has worked closely with architects Page & Turnbull, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill on all aspects of campus planning related to SFAI’s historic 800 Chestnut Street Campus and future graduate center at Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. She also staffs the Campus Planning Committee of the Board. She has a BFA in painting from SFAI and is a member of the International Association of Museum Facility Administrators, the Western Chapter Association for Preservation Technology (WCAPT), and is the secretary for the Fay House Citizens Advisory Committee for Fay Park in San Francisco.