Our Mission and Vision
The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC) advocates for the creation of well-designed, well-located housing, at all levels of affordability, to meet the needs of San Franciscans, present and future. We get smart housing policy enacted by bringing the housing community together and supporting good projects and legislation at City Hall.
We have an organizational goal to ensure the City produces 5,000 new homes annually. We will achieve this through public awareness and education, changes in current housing policy, placing our seal of approval for projects at the Planning Commission all while being the venue for different communities to discuss housing needs and solutions in San Francisco.
The SF Housing Action Coalition is a fiscal project of Greenbelt Alliance, a northern California non-profit focused on anti-sprawl and environmental protection.
Policy and Media Inquiries
Tim has been SFHAC’s Executive Director since August 2005. Before joining the SFHAC, he worked for 25 years as a geologist and was active on the City's west side with neighborhood and environmental issues. He was president of the Greater West Portal Neighborhood Association and was a founding member and chair of the Lake Merced Task Force. He graduated with a BS in Geology from UC Santa Cruz, MS in mining engineering from Columbia University, and certification in hazardous materials management from UC Berkeley. He lives with his family in the West Portal neighborhood.
Outreach, Membership and Events
Jodie joined the SFHAC staff in July 2013, after spending eight years as the Development Director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. A passionate urbanist for over a decade, Jodie brings her strength in non-profit administration, communication, membership and fundraising to the SFHAC. Jodie graduated from Clark University with a BA in History.