Harvard-trained lawyer and media personality, Noah Griffin, is a Bay Area native. He has hosted talk radio shows on KGO, KFRC and K-101, and written op-ed pieces for the San Francisco Examiner, the Boston Globe and the Marin Independent Journal. He has sung with the San Francisco Boys Chorus, the Philadelphia Philharmonic and Duke Ellington’s band, and wrote and recorded the official ballad of the Golden Gate bridge. He is also the founder of The Cole Porter Society, a group dedicated to ensuring that the musical and the cultural heritage of Porter is passed on to future generations. In addition to his work in media and music, Griffin had a long career in public affairs, serving in an administrative capacity to former San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan and U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein.