Tomiquia Moss coordinates SPUR's work on housing and community planning. Prior to joining our staff, she served on the SPUR Board of Directors and was the founding project director of the San Francisco Community Justice Center (CJC) of the Superior Court of California, City and County of San Francisco. Previous to her position with the Superior Court, she was director of the Community Organizing Department for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. Tomiquia has been a social worker and community activist for more than a decade and has worked as an advocate for social justice and economic equality in many communities around the country. She attended University of Denver School of Social Work and holds a Masters degree in public administration from Golden Gate University. Growing up in a rural Ohio town fueled Tomiquia’s love for cities. She believes that cities are magnetic and offer a rich cultural experience full of opportunity.