Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

This project was made possible by generous support from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Consortium members would like to thank HUD for funding the project and providing administrative support throughout the 3-year process.

  • Julian Castro, HUD Secretary
  • Dwayne Marsh, Grant Technical Representative

A Steering Committee composed of members from multiple sectors and stakeholder groups provided oversight and guidance to staff and consortium members to implement the work plan.

  • Bob Allen, Urban Habitat
  • Duane Bay, County of San Mateo
  • David Campos, City and County of San Francisco
  • Christina Canaveral, Coleman Advocates
  • Cindy Chavez, Working Partnerships USA
  • Wayne Chen, City of San Jose
  • Peter Cohen, Council of Community Housing Organizations
  • Dave Cortese, Santa Clara County
  • Kara Douglas, Contra Costa County
  • Karen Engel, East Bay Economic Development Alliance
  • Gen Fujioka, Chinatown Community Development Center
  • Federal Glover, Contra Costa County
  • Scott Haggerty, Alameda County
  • Pilar Lorenzana-Campo, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California
  • Jake Mackenzie, City of Rohnert Park
  • Eric Mar, City and County of San Francisco
  • Jane Martin, POWER
  • Jennifer Martinez, Peninsula Interfaith Action / San Francisco Organizing Project
  • Vu-Bang Nguyen, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • James Pappas, California Housing Partnership Corporation
  • Dawn Phillips, Causa Justa::Just Cause
  • Julie Pierce, City of Clayton
  • David Pontecorvo, East Bay Community Foundation
  • Margot Prado, City of Oakland
  • Laurel Prevetti, City of San Jose
  • Michele Rodriguez, City of San Pablo
  • Carlos Romero, Urban Ecology
  • Belen Seara, Urban Habitat
  • Kirsten Spalding, San Mateo County Union Community Alliance
  • Jim Spering, Solano County
  • Evelyn Stivers, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California
  • Egon Terplan, SPUR
  • Kate White, The San Francisco Foundation
  • Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council

Organizations from multiple sectors participated in the process as members of working groups and/or grant recipients.

  • Alameda County Board of Supervisors
  • Alameda County Department of Public Health
  • Alameda County Workforce Investment Board
  • Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment
  • Bay Area Apprenticeship Coordinators Association
  • Bay Area Consortium of Community Land Trusts
  • Bay Area Council
  • Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation
  • Bayer Pharmaceutical
  • Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
  • California Division of Apprenticeship Standards
  • California Housing Partnership Corporation
  • California Labor Federation
  • California State University, East Bay
  • Canal Welcome Center
  • Career Ladders Project
  • Causa Justa::Just Cause
  • Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy
  • Center for Neighborhood Technology
  • Chevron
  • Chinatown Community Development Center
  • City of Berkeley
  • City of Concord
  • City of Daly City
  • City of East Palo Alto
  • City of El Cerrito
  • City of Fairfield
  • City of Fremont
  • City of Hayward
  • City of Mountain View
  • City of Oakland
  • City of Pittsburgh
  • City of Richmond
  • City of San Francisco
  • City of San Jose
  • City of Santa Clara
  • City of Santa Rosa
  • City of Sunnyvale
  • City of Vallejo
  • City of Walnut Creek
  • Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
  • Communities Organizing for Renewal
  • Community Health Partnership
  • Community Housing Partnership
  • Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto
  • Contra Costa Community College District
  • Contra Costa County Department of Conservation & Development
  • Contra Costa Health Services
  • Council of Community Housing Organizations
  • County of Alameda
  • County of Sonoma
  • Ditching Dirty Diesel Collaborative
  • Dolores Street Community Services
  • Earth Island Institute
  • East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation
  • East Bay Community Law Center
  • East Bay Economic Development Alliance
  • East Bay Housing Organizations
  • East Bay Leadership Group
  • Economic Advancement Research Institute
  • Gamaliel of California
  • Genesis
  • Great Communities Collaborative
  • Greenbelt Alliance
  • Hospital Council of Northern California
  • Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County
  • Jobs with Justice San Francisco Bay Area
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Laney College
  • Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights – San Francisco
  • Livable Berkeley
  • Marin City Community Services District
  • Marin Grassroots
  • Mid-Pacific Information and Communication Technologies Center
  • Monument Impact
  • Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning
  • Mt. Diablo Adult Education
  • Multicultural Institute
  • National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
  • Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California
  • North Bay Organizing Project
  • Northern California Land Trust
  • NOVA Workforce Development
  • Oakland Housing Authority
  • Pacific Institute
  • Peninsula Interfaith Action / San Francisco Organizing Project
  • People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights
  • People Organized to Win Employment Rights
  • PolicyLink
  • Project Equity
  • Public Health Institute
  • Reconnecting America
  • Resources for Community Development
  • San Francisco Community Land Trust
  • San Francisco Department of the Environment
  • San Francisco Locally Owned Merchants Alliance
  • San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
  • San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement
  • San Francisco Planning and Urban Research
  • San Mateo Building Trades Council
  • San Mateo County Community College District
  • San Mateo County Union Community Alliance
  • San Mateo Workforce Investment Board
  • Santa Clara Building Trades Council
  • Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System
  • Service Employees International Union Local 521
  • Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Silicon Valley De-Bug
  • Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  • Sonoma County Economic Development Board
  • Sonoma County Human Services, Employment and Training Division
  • Sonoma County Office of Education
  • South Bay Apprenticeship Coordinators Association
  • South of Market Community Action Network
  • Stand Up for Neighborly Novato
  • Stride Center
  • Sustainable Business Alliance
  • Sustainable Economies Law Center
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
  • The San Francisco Foundation
  • TransForm
  • University of California Berkeley
  • University of California Davis
  • United Food and Commercial Workers Local 5
  • Urban Ecology
  • Urban Habitat
  • U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives
  • Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County
  • Workforce Institute at San Jose Community College District
  • Working Partnerships, USA
  • Work2Future
  • Young Workers United
  • Youth United for Community Action

Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s executives and staff (from Planning, Finance, Legal and Contracts departments) provided technical and administrative support for the project.

  • Steve Heminger, Executive Director
  • Alix Bockelman, Deputy Executive Director, Policy
  • Ken Kirkey, Director of Planning
  • Doug Johnson, Senior Planner
  • Therese Trivedi, Senior Planner
  • Vikrant Sood, Project Manager
  • Chelsea Guerrero, Project Intern

Association of Bay Area Governments’ executives and staff from the Planning department co-administered the project with MTC.

  • Ezra Rapport, Executive Director
  • Brad Paul, Deputy Executive Director
  • Miriam Chion, Planning & Research Director
  • Duane Bay, Assistant Planning & Research Director
  • Johnny Jaramillo, Senior Regional Planner
  • Gillian Adams, Senior Regional Planner
  • Pedro Galvao, Regional Planner
  • Vinita Goyal, Regional Planner
  • Sailaja Kurella, Regional Planner