Board of Directors

 Tim Dunn, President
Project Manager, Mercy Housing Company

 Marc Babsin, Treasurer
Marc Babsin is the Director of Real Estate Development at Emerald Fund, Inc., one of the premier mixed-use, residential developers in San Francisco. Marc has been with Emerald for over 6 years. Marc is a licensed attorney, a CPA, and a city planner. Marc holds a BS in Accountancy from the University of Illinois, a JD from Harvard Law School, and a Master in City Planning from the University of California at Berkeley. Marc is also an accomplished photographer with a love for things urban. Marc’s work can be seen at Marc joined the Livable City board in January 2004.

 Rafael Mandelman
Partner, Burke, Williams and Sorensen LLP

 Robin Chiang
Architect. Principal, Robin Chiang & Company.

 Lisa Feldstein
Lisa is the Senior Policy Director for the Public Health Law Program, in which capacity she directs the Land Use and Health Project, helping public health and planning professionals work together to create healthier environments. Prior to her present position, Lisa worked in affordable housing and land use, most recently as an independent  consultant to local governments and CBO’s. She spent five years with the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing under two administrations, and also served as a San Francisco Planning Commissioner from 2002-2004. She serves on the Board of Chinatown Community Development Center, for which she chairs the Housing Committee. She also co-chairs the Urban Planning Committee, serves as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors and as a member of the Board Development Committee for  San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association (SPUR), and serves as a member of the Board of Friends of City Planning.

 Bert Hill, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition representative
Bert is a bicycle advocate specializing in transportation and secure storage. He is currently developing a Bay Area intermodal bicycle sharing program, and teaches safety courses as a League of American Bicyclists certified instructor. Bert also serves as Chair of the San Francisco Bicycle Advisory Committee. Formerly, he worked in engineering and construction project management. He is a graduate of the University of Washington, where he studied Urban Development.

 Mariana Parreiras

 Dave Snyder
Dave is Executive Director of the California Bicycle Coalition. He is the past Director Program Development for the Thunderhead Alliance, where he shared and promoted best practices in pedestrian and bicycle advocacy around North America and helping to create new advocacy organizations where they were most needed. He was the founding executive director of Livable City, then called Transportation for a Livable City, and the executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition from 1991 to 2002.

 Sasha McGee