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Civic Tech Council

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Civic Tech Council

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Civic Tech Council

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Civic Tech Council

About the Civic Tech Council

SPUR’s Civic Tech Council brings public policy, government affairs and community relations professionals from leading technology companies together to participate in regional and citywide public policy dialogue on a monthly basis to learn how their companies can play positive roles in these issues.

Membership in the Civic Tech Council is by invitation only. If you are interested in joining, please email Kalynn Blakely at [email protected] for more information



  • Molly Turner, Lecturer at University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business
  • Noelle Duong, Government and Community Relations Manager, Waymo
2021 Speakers:
  • Tony Winnicker, Principal at TW Communications & Strategy

  • Ted Egan, Chief Economist of the City and County of San Francisco

  • Ken Rosen

  • Shireen McSpadden, Director of San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH)

  • Sean Elsbernd, Chief of Staff to Mayor London Breed

  • Sophia Kittler, Mayor’s Liaison to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors

  • Carmen Chu, City Administrator for the City and County of San Francisco

  • Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, San Francisco Board of Supervisors

  • Egon Terplan, Senior Advisor for Economic Development and Transportation at the California Governor’s Strategic Growth Council,

  • Steve Wertheim, housing policy expert for the State’s Assembly, and Jason Elliott, Senior Counselor to the Governor for housing and homelessness

Member Companies

Adobe Systems Inc.
Amazon Web Services
Apple Inc.
Dropbox Inc.
Initialized Capital Management
LinkedIn Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Uber Technologies
Verizon Wireless

As of November 2022
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