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2021 SFRM RG Keynote Speaker Paul Saffo

Paul Saffo is a Silicon Valley-based forecaster who helps corporate and governmental clients understand and respond to the dynamics of large-scale, long-term change.

SFRM RG Early Registration Ends August 6th

The deadline for the lowest rate for SFRM’s RG in San Jose is fast approaching. August 6 is the last chance to get the early registration rate.

SFRM Bylaws Referendum

The process for amending the SFRM Bylaws is described in Article IX of the Bylaws. At SFRM Executive Committee meetings on March 8, 2021 and April 5, 2021, the ExComm voted unanimously to submit three proposed amendments to the membership.

San Francisco Regional Mensa (SFRM) is a chapter of Mensa, the international society for people who score in the top 2% on IQ tests. The goals of the group are to provide and encourage social and intellectual interaction. There are approximately 1800 members in the San Francisco Bay Area  and we regularly schedule 80+ events each month. 

Mensa is for those who rejoice in the exercise of the mind. If you enjoy mental challenges and revel in the interplay of ideas, Mensa is an organization that will stretch your mind and expand your horizons.

SFRM Territory Map

Visiting Mensans
Please contact our SIGHT Coordinator

Local Mensans
Please check out our Member-to-Member communication services

Joining or Rejoining Mensa?
Please read our page on these subjects. If your questions are still not answered or if you have any other Mensa related issues please contact our Local Secretary.

Involved in a local SIG?
Help describe your SIG on our new Local SIGs section

“My role today continues to be responding to questions families have regarding everything from understanding definitions of gifted and twice-exceptionality, finding schools suitable for gifted children, psychologists for testing, and connecting with gifted organizations.” – Melody Lowman, SFRM’s Gifted Youth Resource Coordinator

“I love the RG’s. Meeting new people with similar interests, having fun and learning about subjects I would never think to study on my own like How to Make an Oboe Reed” – Betty Hass, Editor of SFRM’s newsletter The Intelligencer

“I like going to Mensa events because I never feel like I have to downplay my accomplishments or intelligence.” – Lana Lee, SFRM member-at-large, webmaster and Gen-X coordinator

 “It’s great having such eclectic discussions with others who can not only keep up, but also broaden our horizons.” – Cynthia Wilcox, former SFRM Assistant Local Secretary