About Us

BenitoLink is a non-profit online news and information website serving San Benito County residents. The non-profit website has a board of directors and board advisors. Anyone interested inserving as a board member should contact Leslie David or Adam Breen. Potential board members typically serve on the Editorial, Fundraising or Tech Committee prior to being invited to join the board. 

Leslie David, BenitoLink Executive Director 

Leslie David is a Bay Area independent reporter/producer working for web, radio and television and is a BenitoLink founding board member. She has produced independent radio stories for KQED and KAZU. She is also a video producer for news and non-profits such as the San Benito County Women's Fund and the Western Folklife Center's Deep West Videos. She worked previously as a freelance newspaper and magazine reporter for over 15 years in Wyoming. Prior to that, Leslie spent a decade with KRON-TV News in San Francisco as camera-woman, editor and field producer. She started her professional career in 1979 (not a typo) as a news reporter for KEYT-TV Santa Barbara. Today, Leslie lives on a ranch with her family in San Benito County.

Adam Breen, BenitoLink Content Director 

Adam Breen has been a San Benito County resident since 1980 and graduated from Sacred Heart School and San Benito High School before earning a bachelor's degree from California State University, Fresno. A father of two sons, Adam has taught newspaper and yearbook at SBHS for the past decade, after six years as a magazine editor for Santa Clara University. He previously was editor of the Hollister Free Lance.


Lee Allan Sanders's picture

Good luck to this site and all who participate. Literacy takes many forms, and the work all of you have done to bring this into being is certainly part of that effort. Best regards, Lee Allan

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