I bring a competent local perspective to finding your home or investment property.
As a born and bred native San Franciscan, I know every nook, cranny, and neighborhood in the city I love. I bring a competent local perspective to finding your home or investment property.
I am a member of the Union Square Foundation Board, the City and County of San Francisco’s, Better Market Street Community Working Group, and the Graffiti Advisory Board which enacts legislation to limit graffiti vandalism. I have served San Francisco for over 20 years, first, as a personal staff member to Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr., then as Chief of Staff to the chair of the city’s budget committee. I worked closely with the City Attorney's Office, the Controller's Office, and the City Budget Analyst, consulting on the legislation necessary to create youth work opportunities within city departments.
Stepping outside of city government, I created the annual signature fundraiser, Local 798 Community Hero Awards, and San Francisco Firefighters Cancer Awareness Day which received national press attention resulting in legislation that enables cancer-stricken firefighters to immediately receive disability benefits after a cancer diagnosis.
Since 2015, I have served as the executive director of the nonprofit, San Francisco Beautiful which was established in 1947 to stop the demolition of San Francisco’s iconic Cable Cars. That same year I successfully created the annual Muni Art project in coordination with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency which features five local artists and transforms 100 Muni buses into art galleries. To bring art to our neighborhoods, I worked with AT&T and local artists to wrap utility boxes in three districts and successfully saved the character of the historic streetlamps on Van Ness Avenue.
When not working, I enjoy photography, attending ballet classes, participating in cultural events, and visiting the many museums and galleries that San Francisco has on offer.