Lydia Tan

Lydia serves as the Chief Real Estate Office of the Oakland Roots, a purpose-driven soccer team. Ms. Tan is the former managing director of real estate for Oakland Athletics, responsible for leading the Oakland A’s efforts to plan and build a new Ballpark District at Howard Terminal and redevelop the Oakland Coliseum. She has also been 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.