ABOUT US

sf.citi was founded in 2012 to empower the San Francisco tech community to have a voice in tech policy decisions and collaborate with government leaders on solving local issues.

WHAT WE DO

ADVOCACY

We represent San Francisco tech companies in conversation with local policymakers.

Learn about our Lunch and Learn series

SOCIAL IMPACT

We organize volunteer opportunities and social impact partnerships for tech companies and their employees to serve the San Francisco community.

Read about our tech volunteer days

EVENTS

We host regular events with tech, government, and community leaders to discuss the most pressing issues facing the tech industry and San Francisco.

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OUR WORK: 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

2019 sf.citi Annual Report

2019 was a year of community building for sf.citi and our members. We worked with local leaders on some of the most pressing issues facing the San Francisco community. In light of the housing crisis, sf.citi members contributed over $2 billion to Bay Area housing initiatives. We collaborated with Board President Yee on San Francisco’s first-of-its-kind Office of Emerging Technology. And we supported numerous workforce development efforts, including Mayor Breed’s Opportunities for All internship program, to ensure that the City’s tech industry is accessible to all. Learn what else we did in 2019 by reading our latest Annual Report below.

2019 ANNUAL REPORT

Past Reports: 2018 | 2017 | 2016

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Our Team

JENNIFER STOJKOVIC

sf.citi Executive Director, responsible for operations, strategy, and growth

ZACH DRUCKER

sf.citi Program Manager, responsible for overseeing event programming, policy development, and partnership engagement

JACQUELINE MCGRAW

sf.citi Marketing and Communications Manager, responsible for leading sf.citi’s marketing, communications, and branding

ALEX TOURK

Founder and Principal, Ground Floor Public Affairs, leads public policy for sf.citi

JANNELY RODRIGUEZ

Account Executive, Ground Floor Public Affairs, advises on public policy and communications strategy for sf.citi

ERIKA JONES-CLARY

Principal, MsJones Design, web, design, and communications solutions consultant for sf.citi

Our Board

The sf.citi Board of Directors includes leaders in San Francisco’s tech, business, and nonprofit ecosystem. They work closely with the sf.citi team to guide sf.citi’s policy agenda and organizational development. Learn more about some of the sf.citi Board members.

RON CONWAY, BOARD CHAIR

Founder and Co-managing Partner, SV Angel

KATE O’SULLIVAN, VICE CHAIR

General Manager of Digital Diplomacy, Microsoft

VIKRUM AIYER

Vice President of Global Public Policy and Strategic Communications, Postmates

DILLON AUYOUNG

Director of Government Affairs, Comcast

CAMMY BLACKSTONE

Director of External Affairs in San Francisco, AT&T

ROB GRANT

Vice President of Global Government Affairs, Cruise Automation

JIM GREEN

Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Salesforce

MICHAEL MATTHEWS

Director of California Public Policy, Facebook

REBECCA PROZAN

Senior Manager of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google

STEVE SARNER

Vice President Ad Sales and Program Management, Goodreads (Amazon)

If you are interested in joining the sf.citi Board of Directors or other high-level opportunities at sf.citi, please email board@sfciti.org.


Emeritus Board

AMY BANSE

Managing Director and Head of Funds, Comcast Ventures

MARC BLAKEMAN

Vice President of External Affairs, AT&T

KIMBERLY BRYANT

Founder and Executive Director, Black Girls COD

CARMELA CLENDENING

Former Director of State and Local Government Affairs, Salesforce

REGINA V. EVANS ESQ.

Senior Director of Government Affairs, Comcast

JARED FRIEDMAN

Partner, Y-Combinator

HEATHER HARDE

Former CEO, TechCrunch

BURKE NORTON

Principal, Vista Equity Partners

HOSAIN RAHMAN

Founder and CEO, Jawbone Health

Policy Advisory Committee

The sf.citi Policy Advisory Committee serves the sf.citi Board of Directors and is chaired by a member of the Board. Members of the sf.citi Policy Advisory Committee work closely with the sf.citi team to develop an annual policy agenda and guide sf.citi’s overall policy direction. The Committee includes seven representatives from different sf.citi member companies who meet regularly to develop policies that proactively engage tech companies in improving San Francisco and offer innovative solutions to the city’s regulatory challenges.

Michael Matthews, Chair

California Director of Public Policy, Facebook

Nadia Anderson

Nadia Anderson

Government Relations Manager, Cruise

Vignesh Ganapathy

Senior Government Relations Lead, Postmates

Matt Middlebrook

Head of Public Policy for California, Hawaii, and Alaska, Airbnb

Rebecca Prozan

Chief of Public Affairs in California, Google

Alex Randolph

Manager of Policy and Public Affairs for Northern California, Uber

TOM TARANTINO

Tom Tarantino

Head of City and State Public Policy, Twitter

THE ONE CITY FORUM

sf.citiʼs One City Forum quarterly event series brings our members and the broader San Francisco community together to meet, connect, and learn. We call it “networking with a purpose.” The One City Forum is comprised of nine volunteer members, each of whom belongs to a tech company or nonprofit with a San Francisco presence. They meet regularly to plan Forum events and build partnerships between the tech industry and nonprofits in San Francisco. Members serve a minimum of one year in their role with an option to renew and there is no fundraising contribution required.

sf.citi is currently looking for a dynamic nonprofit leader to join the One City Forum.

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SHERILYN ADAMS, Co-Chair

Executive Director, Larkin Street Youth Services

Tiffany Apczynski, co-chair

Vice President of Public Policy and Social Impact, Zendesk

Erin Baudo Felter

Executive Director, Okta for Good

Lisa Countryman-Quiroz

CEO, Jewish Vocational Service (JVS)

Charlie Hale

Head of Global Public Policy and Social Impact, Pinterest

Amy LeBold

Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Recruiting, NextRoll Inc.

Ashley McCumber

CEO, Meals on Wheels of San Francisco

Tomiquia Moss

Founder and Chief Executive, ALL Home

Karl Robillard

Corporate Philanthropy and Community Outreach Manager, Twitter