One City Forum Member Application is currently looking for a dynamic nonprofit leader to join the One City Forum. Please see below for more details about the role and how to apply to serve on the One City Forum.

One City Forum Role:

The One City Forum is currently comprised of nine volunteer members — five senior leadership representatives from the tech industry and four senior leadership representatives from the nonprofit industry. Members must belong to a local company or nonprofit organization with a San Francisco presence. Members serve a minimum of one year in their role with an option to renew, and there is no fundraising contribution required.

One City Forum members are expected to do the following:

  • Be an active leader in their area(s) of focus with strong relationships and expertise
  • Engage in lively discussion and planning for focus areas and event concepts
  • Maintain an active presence in the San Francisco community
  • Participate in a monthly call and/or meeting organized by
  • Promote and market One City Forum events and work to respective networks
  • Represent and speak on behalf of and the One City Forum publicly

What is the One City Forum?

The One City Forum was established by to connect our members, their employees, local partners and nonprofits, and the greater San Francisco community. The Forum meets regularly to plan events, build partnerships, and discuss difficult issues facing San Franciscans, including homelessness, education, workforce development, and more. Forum members help educate, raise awareness, and champion a collaborative approach towards addressing San Francisco’s greatest challenges.

Read more below about our current members and past work.

How to Apply?

Think this could be a fit for you? Email your resume to Program Manager, Zach Drucker, at to apply.


Learn more about our Forum Members

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

Our Past Work

To familiarize yourself with the One City Forum’s work, check out the events we hosted in 2019 below. You can also view all of the Forum events going back to 2016.

One City Gives: Holiday Day of Action for Young People Experiencing Homelessness
December 13, 2019 partnered with Larkin Street Youth Services to host the second edition of One City Gives, an industry-wide day of volunteering to support our local community ahead of the holidays. Hosted at Zendesk, 2019’s One City Gives event focused on the more than 1,100 young people who experience homelessness on any given night in San Francisco. We brought together close to 100 tech volunteers to pack kits filled with basic essentials and hand-written holiday cards. Volunteers then delivered the completed kits to Larkin Street’s main center in the Tenderloin where they were distributed to young people throughout the City.

Burnout: How to Survive (and Thrive) in the Always on Culture
October 10, 2019
Organized on World Mental Health Day, partnered with Pinterest for a timely conversation featuring a unique combination of speakers to discuss workplace mental health. Dr. Clare Purvis, Director of Behavioral Science at Headspace, led our 130 guests in a group mindfulness activity. We then heard from Bob Boorstin, Senior Vice President at Albright Stonebridge Group and former Director of Public Policy at Google, Kelly Greenwood, Founder and CEO at Mind Share Partners, and Dr. Christina Maslach, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.

Breaking into Tech
March 28, 2019
In the second iteration of Breaking into Tech, partnered with LinkedIn, HireClub, and Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) to bring tech newcomers and experts together for a fast-paced evening of speed networking. Our 150+ attendees had the unique opportunity to speak with employees from the City’s most prominent tech companies, including members AdRoll, Airbnb, Cruise Automation, Facebook, Lyft, Okta, Postmates, Zoox, and many more. As an added bonus, job seekers received lightning resume reviews from career coaching platform HireClub all night long.