Samuel Seibel is a proud Santa Barbara local. He attended Dos Pueblos High School, studied at UCSB in classics, and participated in SBCC’s dual enrollment program. Samuel brings insight to his role at the Foundation from his professional experience and as an active member of the community.

With a background in real estate brokerage operations, Samuel is fluent with many aspects of housing in Santa Barbara from collegiate housing and property management to high-end luxury purchase and sale. Samuel takes pride in fostering strong community relations, building efficient workflow structures, and providing tools to help those around him succeed. His intuition for process optimization has been a proven asset in both the corporate and non-profit worlds. It is Samuel’s strong belief that the fastest way to create success in business is to promote success in the community.

Samuel has been honored to serve Santa Barbara’s non-profit sector in a variety of roles, including as program coordinator for Teacher’s Fund, and as co-chair for Associated Student’s Commission on Public Safety and the UCIV Project during his time at UCSB. Samuel also enjoys volunteering with the Bucket Brigade, particularly with their Elings Park restoration initiative.

Samuel spends much of his free time on the bike as a competitive cyclist, in the boat with UCSB Rowing’s alumni team, and on the trails exploring Santa Barbara’s beautiful natural spaces.

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