The health care industry is a $28 billion economic engine that
drives San Francisco. It employs 121,000 people, more than any
other sector in the city. Nearly $5 billion will be spent to
build five new hospitals before the decade is out. The city’s
health sector serves as the epicenter of global innovation, with
more than 100 biotechnology companies, bringing the region’s
wizardry to bear on some of the most vexing medical problems
known to humanity.
Even in this era of technological complexity, of stem cells and
gene sequencing, San Francisco’s health sector knows its roots
lie in making sure people enjoy the best health possible.
The health sector touches all of us, improving the quality of our
lives. We need individuals, organizations, business leaders and
elected officials to support, champion and invest in the
improvements that advance the health of our city and our economy.
Join us as we continue to work together to keep San Francisco a
leading center of health, healing and hope.
David values teamwork and seeks to promote strategies that
advance an organization’s mission. Starting in 1995 as an aide to
Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr., he represented the office on land
use, real estate and permitting matters, often in a challenging
environment. As a Deputy City Attorney for eleven years, he
advised the S.F. International Airport on complex issues ranging
from public contracting to compliance with the City Charter.
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