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Mr. Allen W. Warren

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City Council

Phone: (916) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.org
City of Sacramento Corp
915 I Street
Sacramento , California 95814
United States

Company Description: The City of Sacramento, Sacramento County, California, was founded in 1849, and is the oldest incorporated city in California. In 1920, Sacramento City voters...   more
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelors of Arts degree , political science
  • B.A. , political science
    California State University Hayward
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Homebuilders Sacramento | Meet New Faze Leadership
newfaze.com, 15 June 2015 [cached]
Allen W. Warren, Founder, New Faze Development
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Allen W. Warren, Founder
Allen W. Warren grew up in the North Sacramento Community of Del Paso Heights and is the product of a loving hard working family that instilled in him the value of hard work. Mr. Warren is a graduate of east bay Hayward with a Bachelors of Arts degree in political science and a minor in business administration. Upon graduation, Mr. Warren joined Dean Witter (Morgan Stanley) as a successful stockbroker.
In the fall of 1990, Mr. Warren entered on a new journey as a real estate developer founding a company that he oversaw as CEO/President for 25 years, New Faze Development Inc. Mr. Warren's success is due in part to his commitment to developing, promoting and investing in smart-growth and mixed- use urban revitalization and Greenfield residential and commercial projects and his ability to provide quality, affordable housing projects and a variety of residential and commercial projects throughout Northern California over the past 21 years, including higher-priced, custom homes and senior housing, worth more than $1 billion dollars.
The company's success has been recognized by numerous organizations and publications and has received multiple businesses of the year awards. In addition to New Faze's recognition, Mr. Warren has personally been recognized for bringing people together to solve complex issues receiving the Unity Award from the Greater Sacramento Urban League, American Leaderships Exemplary Leadership Award and in 2005 was recognized by Sacramento Magazine as one of the 50 most influential leaders in the Sacramento region.
Mr. Warren has been a leader and innovator in turning areas long neglected into viable neighborhoods with sustainable value. The great recession of 2008 had a devastating effect on real estate and the economy; New Faze however was able to successfully navigate through the historical downturn that had devastated the real estate industry. Mr. Warren has positioned New Faze to take advantage of the resurgence in the real estate market and benefit from the overall improvement of the economy; which demonstrates Mr. Warren's leadership skills, creativity, willingness to meet challenges head on, and tough decision-making.
In November of 2012, Mr. Warren successfully ran for a seat on the Sacramento City Council. Currently, Mr. Warren represents the Second District as it's locally elected Councilman and was named Vice Mayor of the City of Sacramento earlier this year.
Allen and his wife, Dr. Gina Warren, reside in North Sacramento and have three children, Braxton, Synclaire and Roman.
Teri Burns for Natomas School Board 2014
www.teriburns.com, 8 May 2015 [cached]
Allen Warren, Sacramento City Council Member
Sacramento City Councilman ...
sacobserver.com, 8 Aug 2015 [cached]
Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren said the sexual harassment claim filed against him by a former employee in his office is not true. Warren represents Council District 2. (OBSERVER photo by Larry Dalton)
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Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren said the sexual harassment claim filed against him by a former employee in his office is not true. Warren represents Council District 2.
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SACRAMENTO - Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren said the sexual harassment claims filed against him by a former female outreach coordinator who worked in his office are categorically "false," he told The OBSERVER.
Warren, who represents District 2, also said he will not continue to comment on the issue until the city completes its investigation of the matter. The claim by the former employee was filed on July 31 in the City Clerk's office.
"The allegations are false," Warren said during a telephone interview after the claim was made publicly. "An investigation is currently taking place by the City and I will respect that process. I will comment further after the investigation ends," he added.
The woman, who filed the claim with the City, stated that Warren "repeatedly coerce her into submission to his repeated sexual requests. The woman said she was fired when she refused to continue the demands of "sexual favors," the claim states.
The claimant alleges that from Aug. 26, 2013, through or around June 8, 2015, Warren, also the Vice Mayor, "used his supervisory authority" to get the woman to submit to the councilman's demands. The claim declares that the "acts of sexual harassment constituted a pattern of quid pro quo sexual harassment," which created a hostile work environment.
The claim also revealed that the 45-year-old claimant accompanied Warren on "sexual escapades" to places such as Atlanta, Jamaica, Reno, and Oroville. In Oroville, the claimant alleges that she and Warren stopped at a cabin where he "displayed shotguns" while she "watched fearfully," the claim discloses.
A series of events took place after the claimant allegedly told Warren on or about the night of May 15, 2015, in a text message that she would no longer submit to his sexual advances. The woman was "separated" by the City from her position in Warren's office on or about June 23, the claim states.
The claimant also alleged that the City threatened to terminate her by July 14 if she did not agree to resign. The claim says the City "offered" the woman $16,000, if she provided Sacramento and "its agents full release."
The woman said she sent the City a sexual harassment complaint on or about July 10, but the city "failed to respond" and allegedly "already terminated her" as of June 10, 2015, the claim divulges. The claimant said she is suffering "severe and extended physical, mental, and emotional distress," the claim states.
Since the allegations surfaced publicly this week, Councilman Warren is still performing his "duties for District 2," he said. The CEO and founder of New Faze Development participated in the National Night Out celebration this week and visited several different areas in his district. He also attended the City Council meeting that was moved to Thursday because of the National Night Out event two nights before.
Warren said his wife, Dr. Gina Warren, children, extended family and friends, have been supportive during what appears to be a difficult period during the businessman/politician's career.
Sacramento Vice Mayor Allen ...
www.freedommag.org [cached]
Sacramento Vice Mayor Allen Warren attended and acknowledged 43 church volunteers.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, standing ...
sacobserver.com, 4 April 2013 [cached]
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, standing second to left, and Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren, standing far left, take a photo with representatives that made a presentation to the NBA in hopes of keeping the Sacramento Kings in town.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, standing second to left, and Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren, standing far left, take a photo with representatives that made a presentation to the NBA in hopes of keeping the Sacramento Kings in town.
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Sacramento City Councilman Allen Wayne Warren, the representative for District 2, was also in New York to monitor the situation of the meetings. Warren was one of the member of the City Council that voted in favor of a financial term sheet to build a new sports and entertainment arena.
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