SFCIF is governed by a five member Board of Directors, made up of county of San Francisco depatment heads, as well as an Advisory Board comprised of community representatives.

Governance

SFCIF is governed by a five member Board of Directors made up of City and County of San Francisco department heads. Each member serves on the Board while in his or her respective position within the City. In addition to the Board of Directors, SFCIF has a nine member Advisory Board comprised of residents and service providers located in SFCIF's service area.

 

GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
5-MEMBER GOVERNING
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

9-MEMBER
ADVISORY BOARD

San Francisco City and County department heads
Residents and service providers located in SFCIF's service area

 

The Board of Directors is responsible for making investment decisions for projects.

The following individuals comprise the current board of SFCIF:

Todd Rufo, Director of the Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Nadia Sesay, Director of the Mayor's Office of Public Finance

Brian Strong, Director of Capital Planning for the City and County of San Francisco

Naomi Kelly, City Administrator for the City and County of San Francisco

Ted Egan, Chief Economist for the City and County of San Francisco

 

The following individuals comprise the current Advisory Board of SFCIF:

Don Marcos serves as the Executive Director of Mission Hiring Hall and its subsidiary, the South of Market Employment Center. Mission Hiring Hall's purpose is to meet the immediate and long-term employment needs of San Francisco's employers and its low- to moderate-income, unemployed, and underemployed residents. Mr. Marcos was a member of the then-existing South of Market citizen advisory committee prior to the dissolution of the City's redevelopment agency in February 2012.

Pamela David is the Executive Director of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, whose mission is to help build a healthy, just, and vibrant society in which people feel connected to and responsible for their community. Prior to this position, Ms. David served as the Director of the Office of Community Investment, managing the City's Federal Enterprise Community program and coordinating the City's welfare reform planning efforts.

Christine Johnson is a Vice President at the Bank of New York Mellon working in public finance markets. In 2007, she was named to the Hunters Point Shipyard Project Area Committee. Ms. Johnson has been influential in the design of our NMTC business strategy because of her affiliation with the Hunters Point Shipyard.

Jason Trimiew is a Managing Director at the Roberts Enterprise Development Fund, which promotes the capacity of nonprofit organizations to operate business ventures that provide employment for those most disconnected from the workforce. The Fund provides capital to businesses that have community development missions. The capital is to help the businesses produce revenue while also employing those who would otherwise face extremely limited job prospects. Mr. Trimiew served on the then-existing Bayview-Hunters Point citizen advisory committee prior to the dissolution of the City's redevelopment agency in February 2012.

Russel Morine is a small business owner and operator. Most recently, Mr. Morine owned and operated a small business located in Visitacion Valley. As a small business owner in a redevelopment area, Mr. Morine has been influential in the design and direction of our NMTC business strategy.