About the Mack Graduate Fellowship
The Milton and Florence Krenz Mack Graduate Fellowship was established with a gift from the Estate of Florence Krenz Mack, a Berkeley alumna and longtime professional social worker in San Francisco. The Mack Fellowship provides support for social welfare graduate students specializing in nonprofit organization management. Annual award amounts vary.
Florence Krenz Mack was born in San Francisco in 1911. She graduated from Berkeley with a BA in Economics in 1932 and then earned a graduate Credential in Social Welfare in 1933. Mrs. Mack became a professional social worker, serving in the San Francisco Emergency Relief Administration, the Children's Agency of the San Francisco Associated Charities, and the Public Welfare Department of San Francisco. She later married Milton Mack, founder of Milton Mack Associates, a real estate company. Mr. Mack died in 1974. Mrs. Mack died in 1998.