SFHCD/ Taylor Booker brings over six years of experience providing direct services to very low- and low-income communities of color, both in her capacity at SFHDC and as a Health Educator and Case Manager at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House (PNHN). Since graduating from UC Riverside, Ms. Booker has dedicated her career to addressing urgent challenges facing at-risk youth and their families struggling with housing instability, structural barriers, lack of employment, digital literacy, domestic and street violence, substance abuse, and educational disparities. As manager of six RAD sites across San Francisco, Ms. Booker is responsible for over 1,000 households at various phases of the relocation and renovation processes, working regularly with City departments and partner agencies. Over the last three years, Ms. Booker has completed training in Trauma-Informed Care, DeEscalation Strategies, Restorative Justice, and Youth Social-Emotional Skill Development. She is a Board Member at PHNH and Bright Futures Growth and Development Center and previously served as the Executive Board member of the Hercules Teen Youth Council, for which she was awarded a Commendation for Extraordinary Efforts and Commitment to a Fellow Citizen.