Since the late, great Geraldine Johnson founded SFHDC in 1988, women have always played a vital role in shaping the direction and vision of SFHDC. Today, women comprise 50% of SFHDC’s Board of Directors and comprise 63% of our staff, of whom over 88% are women of color.
Through the perseverance, guidance, and hard work of these special women who have volunteered or worked with the organization, SFHDC maintains its focus on equity and social justice as a tool to strengthen our community. Our accomplishments as an organization–permanently housing over 1,250 families, financially empowering over 1,500 clients annually, supporting 850 households through on-site services, and launching a hub for dozens of Black entrepreneurs–are in large part due to the talent, drive, passion, and hard work that our ladies bring every day.
Thank you, women of SFHDC!
-David Sobel, CEO
Antoinette McGill, Esq.