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Our People

Kimberly Alvarenga

Director California Domestic Workers Coalition

Luis Arteaga

Senior Program Officer Y&H Soda Foundation


Lisa Countryman-Quiroz

Chief Executive Officer JVS

Zima Creason

Executive Director California EDGE Coalition

Kung Feng

Executive Director Jobs with Justice San Francisco

Eric Flores

Policy Director California Workforce Association

Esperanza Fonseca

National Deputy Organizing Director United for Respect

Tammeil Gilkerson

President Laney College

Adrian Haro

Interim CEO The Worker's Lab

Mark Herbert

Vice President, California Small Business Majority

Rob Hope

ReWork the Bay

Alexandra Horton

Senior Program Manager Genentech Foundation

Insight Center for Community and Economic Development

Jeff Kim

Program Director California Wellness Foundation

Holly Kreider

Program Officer Heising-Simons Foundation

Sabrina Kwist

Dean of Equity and Inclusion Los Medanos College

Shaw San Liu

Executive Director Chinese Progressive Association

Jennifer Nguyen

Director Stupski Foundation

Padmini Parthasarathy

Senior Program Officer Walter and Elise Haas Fund

Path Group

Leslie Payne

Senior Program Officer James Irvine Foundation

Elena Chávez Quezada

Vice President of Programs San Francisco Foundation

Luis Sandoval

Interim Exectuive Director Building Skills Partnership

Jose Santos

Program Officer The Grove Foundation

SF Local Agency Formation Commission

Kris Stadelman

Executive Director NOVAWorks

Kayla Tolentino

ReWork the Bay

Mara Ventura

Executive Director North Bay Jobs with Justice

Amy Wallace

Northern California Relationship Manager JP Morgan Chase, Global Philanthropies

Jeffery Wallace

President & CEO LeadersUp

Working Partnerships USA

Nikki West

Director, Health Care Education Management Kaiser Permanente

Kaiton Williams

Cultural Technologist Impact America Fund
Our Approach

Our Approach

ReWork the Bay envisions a Bay Area economy that centers working people.

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