What will it take to end homelessness and poverty in the Bay Area? Leaders across the Bay Area who are working to make a positive impact on the lives of extremely low-income people have an answer –it will take all of us. No one sector, city, or county can do it alone. We must work as a region to eradicate systemic racism, and fix our existing housing and economic imbalances that perpetuate poverty and homelessness in the Bay Area. With the impacts of COVID-19 deepening our existing homelessness crisis, it is critically important for us to think and act together to create a Bay Area where everyone thrives.
Join the Bay Area Homelessness Funders Network to discuss the connection between economic and housing justice, hear a preview of the Regional Action Plan from All Home, and to determine actions philanthropy can take to ensure lasting stable housing, and true economic opportunity for extremely low-income people in the Bay Area.
- Deepen understanding of the connection between economic and housing justice, and need for regional alignment to address Bay Area poverty and homelessness.
- Learn about the themes emerging from the Regional Action Plan from All Home, and the next steps for implementation.
- Build relationships among participants, and generate ideas for how philanthropy can advance solutions for preventing and ending poverty and homelessness.
About Bay Area Homelessness Funders Network
Bay Area Homelessness Funders Networkaligns philanthropy to advance racial equity and regional coordination in preventing and ending homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. The network provides philanthropy a space for strategic thinking and intersectional opportunities for collective action. You can read more about the launch of the network here.
Angela Jenkins, Senior Director, Community Health, Kaiser Permanente
Angela is currently the Director of Strategic Initiatives for Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Region, where she implements the region’s Community Health Strategy, an effort to leverage Kaiser Permanente’s assets to improve community health. She is also leading Kaiser Permanente’s innovative strategy to address homelessness throughout Northern California. Previously, Angela was the director of Community Benefit (CB) Programs for Kaiser Permanente's Northern California Region. In this role, Angela was responsible for implementing the region’s workforce investment strategy, providing oversight for the region’s high school and college internship programs, and collaborating with Kaiser Permanente’s clinical and allied health training programs and the Division of Research.
Angela has held several leadership roles in Kaiser Permanente’s East Bay area, including the Director of Public Affairs and the Community Benefit Manager. In these positions, she led the area’s community investment and engagement strategy and protected Kaiser Permanente’s not-for-profit status. Angela grew up in Tucson, Arizona, graduating with a BS in Justice Studies from Arizona State University. She obtained her MS in Public Policy and Administration from California State University, Sacramento.
Joi Jackson-Morgan, Executive Director, 3rdSt. Youth Center & Clinic
Bio coming soon.
Tomiquia Moss, Founder & Chief Executive, All Home
With more than 20 years of leadership and management experience, Tomiquia is locally and nationally recognized as a dynamic nonprofit and public sector leader with expertise in housing, public policy, and community development. Most recently, Ms. Moss served as the CEO of Hamilton Families for the last three years. Hamilton Families offers emergency, transitional, and permanent housing services for families experiencing homelessness.
From 2014 to 2017, she served directly under the mayors of both San Francisco and Oakland, most recently as Chief of Staff for Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf. Previously, she was the Executive Director of the HOPE SF Initiative, a public housing and neighborhood revitalization effort with the late San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee’s Office. Known for innovating in the public sector, Tomiquia served as the founding project director of the San Francisco Community Justice Center of the Superior Court of California. As a social worker and advocate for social justice, she continues to work on behalf of our most vulnerable communities. She holds a Masters’ Degree in public administration from Golden Gate University. Tomiquia and her family are proud to call Oakland home.
This program is open to members of NCG and Funders Together to End Homelessness.