Rich Gross, President
Mr. Gross is vice president and Northern California market leader for Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., a tax credit and affordable housing advocacy organization dedicated to serving low-income people through housing. His work serves low-income residents through revitalizing public housing in San Francisco, greening existing affordable housing, working with San Francisco and other Bay Area communities on the foreclosure crisis and initiating investment in new affordable housing. He leads the Northern California effort to coordinate Enterprise solutions with partners and supports efforts to raise more capital for housing for low income populations.
Pablo Bravo, Treasurer
Mr. Bravo is Vice President of Community Health at Dignity Health, a California-based nonprofit health system serving many low-income residents of San Francisco County. He is responsible for the overall leadership of Dignity Health’s community health programs, including managing the Community Investment Program which supports low-income communities. Prior to his time at Dignity Health, Pablo was the Fiscal Director for the City and County of SanFrancisco Department of Mental Health Children Services and Managed Care. Pablo has an M.P.A. from USF. Pablo serves on Boards including Religious Community Investment Fund, and on the Dominican San Rafael’s Socially Responsible Investment Committee.
Lydia Tan, Secretary
Ms. Tan is extensively involved in the San Francisco non-profit community, including Board positions of the S.H. Cowell Foundation, SPUR and Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco. The S.H. Cowell Foundation of San Francisco funds place-based initiatives to achieve lasting change for families living in poverty. Habitat for Humanity of Greater San Francisco works to provide affordable housing opportunities to low-income residents. SPUR is based in San Francisco and is a leading civic planning organization dedicated to research, education, and advocacy for urban issues in San Francisco and the Bay Area, especially to affordability for low income people.
Ms. Spriggs is currently the Managing Director of Shorenstein Properties LLC's Multifamily Investments Group. 2013. She is responsible for overseeing multifamily housing transactions for the Shorenstein family. She serves on the Advisory Circle Board to Community Housing Partnership, a nonprofit serving homeless and extremely low-income populations in San Francisco through housing development and supportive services. Ms. Spriggs is a member of the Urban Land Institute, Lambda Alpha International, and the San Francisco Urban Planning and Research Association. She also serves on the board of directors for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a multi-disciplinary contemporary arts center in San Francisco that works with local community groups across San Francisco and in SFHAF’s Investment Area to advocate for culturally healthy and equitable San Francisco.
Ms. Jandreau is Chief Lending Officer at the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). At CSH, Ms. Jandreau oversees all lending and grant making activities for the development of supportive housing. Her work serves low-income people by providing financing for the acquisition and predevelopment of affordable and supportive housing, while also providing her development expertise to developers and nonprofits working to serve low-income communities through the promotion of housing stability, employment, mental and physical health, and reductions in substance abuse. Ms. Jandreau is also a rotating member to the credit committee of the Bay Area Transit Oriented Affordable Housing Loan Fund.
Mr. Nagraj was recently named as the San Francisco Director of SPUR. Prior to that, he worked for BRIDGE Housing where, as a Director of Development, he participated in the development of over 1,600 units of affordable housing, including 200 units of affordable housing at San Leandro BART station, and large development projects near BART stations including at MacArthur, Fruitvale, El Cerrito, Balboa Park and Berkeley. He oversaw the refinancing and rehabilitation of seven former public housing buildings through the RAD conversion process, in partnership with the Mayor's office of Housing, which revitalized dilapidated public housing buildings in the Mission, Castro and Bernal Heights and stabilized those at-risk communities. Adhi is also the Chair of the Oakland Planning Commission and was appointed by Governor Brown to serve on the Board of CHPC, a statewide affordable housing finance and policy organization, and had been serving on the Executive Board at SPUR. He is a licensed attorney, and is a graduate of Brown University and Columbia Law School.
Tyler Van Gundy
Tyler Van Gundy currently serves as Senior Vice President for Hunt Companies, Inc. In this role Mr. Van Gundy is responsible for strategic business development and investments, and new partnerships across the full Hunt family of companies. Mr. Van Gundy has over 12 years of experience in real estate and structuring public private partnerships. Prior to joining Hunt, Mr. Van Gundy was Managing Director at Forysth Street Advisors, a boutique financial advisory and investment management firm focused on affordable housing, real estate and renewable energy finance. Mr. Van Gundy received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Music and Psychology from Bard College.
Nadia Sesay was appointed the Director of the Controller’s Office of Public Finance for the City & County of San Francisco by Mayor Gavin Newsom in March 2005. The Office of Public Finance manages the City’s $3.1 billion municipal debt portfolio, oversees the issuance of all new debt secured by property taxes and general fund sources, and initiates the City’s debt policies and procedures and provides technical expertise for the preparation and monitoring of the Ten-Year Capital Plan. In addition, Ms. Sesay and her staff provide financial analysis to the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, Commissioners and department heads.
Ms. Sesay has been with the Office of Public Finance for nearly 17 years, serving as Financial Administrator and Bond Associate prior to her appointment as Director. Before joining the City, Ms. Sesay worked for Union Bank of California, N.A. in the Corporate Trust Department as Trust Administrator.
Ms. Sesay also sits on the San Francisco Community Investment Board and serves as Chair of the Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City and County of San Francisco. Ms. Sesay was awarded San Francisco’s Public Managerial Excellence Award for exemplary leadership, fiscal ingenuity and vision in 2010.