WISF Board Members

Aaron Michel
Aaron Michel

1984 Ventures

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Angela Tamayo

SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West

Ann Weeby
Ann Weeby

Salesforce

Bob Nibbi
Bob Nibbi

Nibbi Brothers General Contractors

Charley Lavery - WISF Board Member
Charley Lavery

Operating Engineers Local 3

Chhavi Sahni
Chhavi Sahni

Golden Gate Restaurant Association

Cynthia Gomez
Cynthia Gomez

UNITE HERE Local 2

Edward Battista
Edward Battista

California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Sutter Health

Jeanine Cotter
Jeanine Cotter

Luminalt Solar

Jeffrey Chiu
Jeffrey Chiu

UCSF Health

John Doherty
John Doherty

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 6

Jorge Tapia
Jorge Tapia

Employment Development Department (The EDD)

Julie Fallon
Julie Fallon

Marriott International America’s Western Region

Kevin Carroll
Kevin Carroll

Hotel Council of San Francisco

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Lori Dunn-Guion

Swinerton

Lynn Mahoney
Lynn Mahoney

San Francisco State University

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Meaghan Mitchell

Civic Action Labs

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Michon Coleman

Hospital Council of Northern & Southern California

Ramon Hernandez
Ramon Hernandez

Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA!) Local Union 261

Supervisor Rafael Mandelman
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman

Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco

Safiya Miller
Safiya Miller

Microsoft Corporation

Sam Rodriguez
Sam Rodriguez

Rodriguez Strategic Partners LLC

Shamann Walton
Supervisor Shamann Walton

Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco

Shanell Williams
Shanell Williams

City College of San Francisco

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Theresa Woo

California Department of Rehabilitation

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Tony Delorio

Teamsters Local Union No. 665

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Vikrum Aiyer

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

 

WISF Membership:

As mandated by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), the WISF will be comprised of the following mandated entities:

  • Business: 51%
  • Workforce - Labor and Community Based Organizations: 20%
  • Economic Development: One (1) member
  • Higher Education: One (1) member
  • WIOA Title II – Adult Education and Literacy: One (1) member
  • Title III – State Employment Service Office: One (1) member
  • Title IV – Vocational Rehabilitation Program: One (1) member

WIOA also allows for the following optional entities:

  • Local Education Agencies and Community Based Organizations.
  • Entities administering programs serving the local area in housing, transportation or public assistance.
  • Philanthropic organizations serving the local area.

Further, City legislation and policy stipulates that the Mayor appoint two (2) members of the Board of Supervisors to the WISF with the intention that they represent relevant committees of the board such as Budget & Finance and Land Use & Economic Development. Additionally, the Mayor may appoint other members at his or her discretion.