Theodore Hunt, Founder

Theodore has lived in Bay View/Hunters Point since 1986. His family migrated to Bayview in the early 1950s and continue to live, work and own businesses in the Bayview community.  Theodore entered the Plumbing Trade in 1988 and became a journeyman plumber in 1992. He has been a member of the UA Local 38, Plumbers and Pipefitters Union for 28 years. He pursued a small plumbing business in 2004 where he remains successful today. Theodore was voted onto the Project Area Committee (PAC) in 2004 and participated in the ratification of the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA).  Theodore is currently the chair of the Legacy Fund, a Hunters Point Naval Shipyard mitigation agreement.

Through his civic participation and business experience he has become familiar with the challenges businesses and residents of Bayview/Southeast sector encounter. Theodore organized a grassroots advocacy organization in 2010 named the Southeast Partnership for Equitable Participation (SECEP) to build a bridge between small business contractors, policy and compliance.

 

Executive Director - Greg Young

Greg is a proven corporate and community leader with over 15 years’ experience working cross-organizationally within public and private organizations. He brings over 10 years experience in community development where he mobilized human and financial resources to create sustainable solutions around issues dealing with affordable housing, workforce development, and economic development in low-to-moderate income communities in San Francisco and other surrounding Bay Area counties. Greg has a track record of success in strategic business development, non-profit management, and board member development within highly complex organizations and institutions.  He has served on the board of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco and is currently on the board of Juvenile Hall Auxiliary of Contra Costa County and the Bay Area Development Company. He has been a guest lecturer on financial literacy and elder financial abuse at U.C. Berkeley and Cal State East Bay and taught a financial management course at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA. 

 

 

Ann Tuck, Project Coordinator

Ann Tuck is an experienced financial, communications, and operations manager and business partner.  With over twenty years’ experience, she has a proven record of developing, managing, and implementing transformational projects in a variety of organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups in Silicon Valley to community development projects.  Her understanding of the shared vision between project sponsors and stakeholders allows her to successfully collaborate with all partners to achieve success.  Often sought out to facilitate the implementation of projects, Ms Tuck is great at building relationships, analyzing challenges, and developing creative solutions.  

Ms. Tuck’s unique perspective has also allowed her to consistently improve customer and community relationships.  With her ability to apply her analytical and problem-solving skills, she successfully strategizes to provide world-class operations and streamlined processes. She has been frequently recognized for her leadership and excellent communications skills, along with her keen ability to understand and enforce compliance with federal and local policies and regulations.

 

Board Members

Chairman of the Board/Director - Bobby Yearby

Vice Chair - Audree Taylor

Treasurer/Director - Vivian Hopkins

Secretary/Director - Veronica McCright

Member- Starr Dixon

Member- David Wellington