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City of San FranciscoCandidate for Member, Community College Board

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Jeanette Quick

Attorney / Writer
57,925 votes (5.33%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I have the financial management and have significant private sector expertise to fix CCSF's budget challenges, build bridges to workforce development and revenue streams
  • I will expand the diversity of the faculty and student body, and ensure that more students stay on track to graduate or transfer, and increase enrollment
  • I am a current CCSF student, which means that I bring an insider perspective about taking classes at CCSF, including what technology and infrastructure needs to be updated to better serve students



Profession:Attorney / Financial Expert / Tech Leader / Writer
Lead Counsel, Financial Services, Gusto (2019–current)
Head of Compliance and Government Relations, Scratch (2017–2019)
Senior Counsel, United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs — Appointed position (2011–2016)
Senior Attorney, United States Department of the Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (2007–2011)


City College of San Francisco Certificate, Creative Writing (current)
Georgetown University Law Center Jurisdoctorate, Law (2007)
UC Berkeley Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Philosophy (Double Major) (2003)

Community Activities

Board Member, Tenderloin Economic Development Project (2017–2019)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (4)

  • United Democratic Club
  • Eastern Neighborhoods Democratic Club
  • The Potrero View
  • Progressive Vietnamese American Organization (PIVOT)

Elected Officials (1)

  • Senator Scott Wiener

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