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HOPE SF Oversight Committee and City Services Team

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HOPE SF is the result of unprecedented coordination by the City of San Francisco with renowned housing experts and affordable-housing developers. City agencies, community-based organizations, foundations, and residents are working together on this visionary effort.

The mission of HOPE SF is to create healthy, thriving neighborhoods by rebuilding obsolete and dilapidated public housing, offering supportive services that enhance the lives of current residents, and contributing to the revitalization of the surrounding neighborhood. HOPE SF partners will help make that mission a reality.
The San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing is leading the HOPE SF effort.
City, state, and federal government partners provide critical resources and oversight.
Community-based organizations are the lifeline for delivering services to HOPE SF families.
Real estate developers bring expertise, commitment, and the day-to-day management needed to revitalize and rebuild communities.
Philanthropic partners help create the best communities possible and help others create similar communities based on the HOPE SF experience.


This partnership philosophy began with the HOPE SF Task Force, a diverse group of public housing residents, non-profit representatives, and city government officials who crafted the foundation of HOPE SF by defining the HOPE SF Vision and Principles, and an Interagency Council, a group of city agencies working together to coordinate the delivery of city services and resources in each HOPE SF community.

Collaborations with San Francisco government agencies and with other sectors continue to form and strengthen. The Campaign for HOPE SF is one of these key partnerships that is bringing in essential private funds for HOPE SF. Strong partners have made HOPE SF what it is today and laid a course for successful partnerships in the future.

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HOPE SF Partners
We are proud to present the following HOPE SF partners:

Lead Agencies
San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing
San Francisco Housing Authority

Supporting Organizations
Public

San Francisco Human Services Agency
San Francisco Unified School District
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth & Their Families
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Private/NonProfit
Bridge Housing Corporation
Build LLC
Devine and Gong, Inc.
Enterprise Community Partners
McCormack Baron Salazar
Mercy Housing
Ridge Point Non Profit Housing Corporation
The John Stewart Company
The Related Companies of California
TMG Partners
Urban Strategies Inc.

UrbanCore, LLC

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Oversight Committee and City Services Team
The HOPE SF Oversight Committee, composed of leadership from all key City partners, meets monthly to review service delivery and development activities. In its approach to providing resident services, the HOPE SF Oversight Committee has helped to create a more streamlined and efficient social service-delivery system. The City Services Team meets monthly to determine the strategic implementation of these service and program delivery priorities for HOPE SF residents and neighborhoods.

 


Oversight Committee Membership

 

Barbara Smith, Interim Director
San Francisco Housing Authority

 

Tiffany Bohee, Interim Executive Director
Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency

 

Barbara Garcia, Director

San Francisco Health Department


Carlos Garcia, Superintendent
San Francisco Unified School District

 

Kate Howard, Mayor's Budget Director
Office of Mayor Edwin M. Lee

 

Laurel Kloomok, Executive Director
First 5 San Francisco

 

Olson Lee, Director
San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing

 

Trent Rhorer, Executive Director
San Francisco Human Services Agency


Rhonda Simmons, Director of Workforce Development
San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development

 

Maria Su, Director
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth, & Their Families

 

Gregory Suhr, Chief of Police
San Francisco Police Department

 

 

City Services Membership

 

Greg Asay, Senior Workforce Analyst
Office of Economic and Workforce Development

 

Emylene Aspilla, Director of Strategic Initiatives
Office of Economic and Workforce Development

 

Toni Auty, HOPE SF Project Manager
San Francisco Housing Authority

 

Jessica Bullen, Fiscal and Policy Analyst
Mayor's Office

 

Brian Cheu, Director of Community Development
Mayor’s Office of Housing

 

Amanda Fried, Deputy Director for Policy, HOPE
Mayor's Office

 

Courtney Graham, Management Assistant, Policy and Operations
San Francisco Unified School District

 

Melissa Howard, Fiscal and Policy Analyst
Mayor's Office

 

Linda Martin-Mason, Ombudsman
San Francisco Housing Authority

 

Maria X. Martinez, Senior Staff to the Director of Health
San Francisco Health Department

 

Joseph McFadden, Captain
San Francisco Police Department

 

Orla O’Keefe, Executive Director, Policy and Operations
San Francisco Unified School District

 

Diana Oliva-Aroche, Director Of Violence Prevention
Mayor's Office

 

Max Rocha, Deputy Director
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth, & Their Families

 

Noelle Simmons, Deputy Director, Policy and Planning
San Francisco Human Services Agency

 

Emily Wade Thompson, Superintendents Zone
San Francisco Unified School District

 

Theresa Zighera, Evaluation Officer
First 5 San Francisco


Staffing for the Oversight Committee and the City Services Team is provided by Helen Hale, HOPE SF Services Director.


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