sf.citi strives to strengthen San Francisco’s reputation as a leader in both technological innovation and social responsibility. We empower the San Francisco tech community to have a voice in tech policy decisions and collaborate with government on solving local issues.
Since its founding, sf.citi has worked hard to drive cross-sector conversation between the city’s tech, nonprofit, and political communities. Not only does this collaborative approach engage tech leaders in solving our city’s most difficult issues, it helps uphold the San Francisco legacy of supporting innovative thinking and serving all San Franciscans.
2019 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.
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.