My occupation is City College Trustee / Attorney.
My qualifications are:
As President of the City College Board of Trustees I steered the school through the accreditation crisis to become one of the country’s first free colleges. I made common sense cuts to save the college, and I’ll do the same on the Board.
As an affordable housing attorney I’ve built thousands of affordable homes throughout the Bay Area. I’ll bring that experience to the Board and ensure we build affordable housing to meet demand.
I’ll work tirelessly to solve the homeless crisis. For me, it’s personal. Mental illness led my mother into homelessness, and in my experience it takes both compassion and firmness to get sick people off the streets. As Supervisor I’ll clear encampments and get mentally ill people into care-- we can’t continue spending this much without better results.
I won’t accept broken car windows and filthy streets as just part of life. As Supervisor I’ll work for adequate police staffing, consequences for property crime, and daily street cleanings.
I’m proud to have as supporters:
Daniel Bergerac, President, Castro Merchants Association*
Kimyn Leigh Braithwaite, President, Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association*
Robert Dockendorff, Board Member, Diamond Heights Community Association*
Peter Gabel, Co-Founder, Noe Valley Farmers Market*
Crispin Hollings, Past President, Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association*
Zoanne Nordstrom, Past President, Glen Park Association*
Risa Teitelbaum, Past President, Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association*
* For identification purposes only