CCH President/CEO Named Vice President of San Francisco Port Commission

CCH President and CEO Gail Gilman has been named Vice President of the Port of San Francisco Commission where she was appointed by Mayor Mark Farrell in April 2018. She previously served on numerous housing and homeless tasks forces and was appointed in 2017 by Governor Brown to California’s Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council. She was also a past commissioner for the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection.

With more than 25 years of non-profit experience, Gail brings extensive expertise in real estate development of residential housing, land-use policy, activation of commercial spaces in supportive housing, social enterprise, economic development, homelessness, social services, public policy and community organizing.

Prior to joining CCH, Gail was chief executive officer at Community Housing Partnership for a decade and most recently was the Chief Strategy Office at All Home, CA. She received her Master of Non-Profit Administration from the University of San Francisco and lives in the North Beach neighborhood along the waterfront.

Gail is extensively involved in regional and national public policy efforts related to housing and homelessness. CCH congratulates Gail for further expanding her reach in serving the multi-faceted and expansive needs of our communities on to bring more quality affordable housing to those with limited means in our communities.

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