On behalf of UCSF, I have worked with neighbors to beautify and green Dogpatch. From various volunteer gardening projects to working with residents and leaders to identify how UCSF can actively participate in meaningful public realm improvements elevating neighborhood quality of life and improving safety, UCSF is a committed neighbor.
Kate Eppler has been a resident of Northwest Potrero Hill since 2010. She brings to the board experience in journalism and writing and managing grants, as well as a deep appreciation for our local parks and green spaces. Eppler is the mother of a toddler who loves to get outside.
21 year Dogpatch resident and business owner. Former president and current vice president of the Dogpatch Neighborhood Association. I served on the GBD formation committee for three years and current board Treasurer. The initial year of the GBD found us forming and legalizing a 501(c)3 and following the guideline of our Management Plan. Now that the GBD is up and running I am proud of the improvements we have made and look forward to even more enhancements throughout the district.
I have been advocating for more green spaces in the Dogpatch since I became a property owner and subsequently started a small cafe business here. My goal for becoming a GBD director is to bring my skills and dedication to further increase the density and access to green spaces for all residents and visitors.