Jan 3, 2017 0 Comments in Executive Committee by

2017 Executive Committee

The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition is pleased to announce the 2017 slate of candidates for the Executive Committee, our governing body. These individuals represent the diverse base of our membership and the interests of our organization. We will also vote on changes to our By-Laws.

According to SFHAC’s By-Laws, these changes and slate must be approved by the general membership at our annual meeting on January 11, 2017. In order for the vote to be valid, our By-Laws require that a quorum be present. Therefore, it is important that representatives from our business and organization members are present. If you cannot attend, please arrange to send someone from your firm or organization..

RSVP to the meeting by emailing Rob Poole at rob@sfhac.org.

* = New Executive Committee Member

Chair:  Joe Olla, Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
Vice Chair:  Anne Torney, Mithun Solomon
Secretary:  Michael Theriault, San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council
Treasurer:  Tim Vrabel, Emerald Fund

Project Review:  Anne Torney, Mithun Solomon
Regulatory:  Joe Kirchofer, Avalon Bay Communities
Ballot Analysis Committee: Steve Atkinson, Arent Fox

Caroline Chase, Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass
Xiomara Cisneros, Universal Paragon Corporation*
Kim-Mai Cutler, Initialized Capital*
Divali Magnus, Youth Community Developers*
Margaret Miller, John Stewart Company
Sam Moss, Mission Housing Development Corporation*
Meredyth Skemp, Maximus Real Estate Partners
Lydia Tan, Bentall Kennedy
Eric Tao, AGI Avant
Andy Thornley, Planning Association for the Richmond

EX OFICIO:  Steve Aiello, Page & Turnbull

Amanda Loper of David Baker Architects has departed after serving two years on the Executive Committee.

Image: SFHAC 2016 Executive Committee

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The Housing Action Coalition is a member-supported nonprofit that advocates for building more housing at all levels of affordability to help alleviate the Bay Area's housing shortage, displacement, and affordability crises.

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