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Advisory Board Member

Phone: (415) ***-****  HQ Phone
The SAGE Project Inc
1275 Mission Street
San Francisco , California 94103
United States

Company Description: We are very committed to creating a respectful, supportive, and healing environment for youth. We recognize that the traditional criminal justice approach to...   more

Employment History

  • Director of Bay Area Homelessness Program and A Lecturer for the Department of Health Education
    San Francisco State University
  • Director of Bay Area Homelessness Program and An Instructor
    San Francisco State University
  • Commissioner
    San Francisco Health Commission
  • President
    San Francisco Health Commission
  • Health Commissioner
    San Francisco
  • President
    Health Commission
  • Vice President
    Health Commission
  • Executive Director
    The Women's Foundation
  • San Francisco State University , College of Health and Human Services in the Department of Health Education

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Senior Advisor
    Graterol Consulting
  • Chair of Board of Directors
    Health Access
  • Health Commissioner, City and County of San Francisco
    San Francisco State University
  • Member
    San Francisco Health Commission
  • Co-founder
    The Women's Building
  • Founder
    Institute for Community
  • Fellow
    Institute for Community
  • Board Member
  • Board Member
    San Francisco
  • Founder
    The Women's Foundation


  • M.S.W.
  • MSW
86 Total References
Web References
Advisory Board | The SAGE Project, 16 Mar 2015 [cached]
Roma Guy
Graterol Consulting, 6 April 2014 [cached]
Roma Guy, Senior Advisor
Roma Guy, MSW, served 12 years on the Health Commission City and County of San Francisco, on the Blue Ribbon Panel related to rebuilding St. Lukes Hospital (2008) and currently Co-Chairs the city-wide Health Care Services Act Community Advisory Committee in San Francisco. She currently co-chairs the Health Committee of the California Women's Agenda and is Chair of Board of Directors of Health Access (state-wide coalition of 37 community, faith-based and unions). She also chairs AD13 (Democratic Party Advisory), Assemblyman Tom Ammiano's District.
In 2007, Roma retired from San Francisco State University, College of Health and Human Services in the Department of Health Education. She was the Clinical Faculty for the MPH program, founder of the campus Stay-in School Family Resource Center and a fellow at the Institute for Community and Civic Engagement.
Roma was one of the founders of several community-based women's and girls' programs and organizations such as SF Women's Building and SF Women Against Rape, The Women's Foundation, and La Casa de las Madres. She has served on the SF Mayor's Local Homeless Board and Jim Hormel Advisory Council for the SF Public Library. In 2005, she was one of the 1,000 women nominated world-wide for the Nobel Peace.
Health Policy, 26 Dec 2005 [cached]
By Roma Guy, CAWA Health Policy Chair
By Roma Guy, MSW
Roma Guy, MSW Clinical Faculty, Health Education Department, San Francisco State University; Health Commissioner, City and County of San Francisco;
Press Release, February 22, 2000, 22 Feb 2000 [cached]
San Francisco, CA,The San Francisco Health Commission has elected Roma Guy, MSW, as president of its seven-member board for the upcoming year and John Umekubo, MD as vice president.
Commissioner Guy brings a wide variety of educational and community-based experiences to the seven-member Health Commission.She is currently the Director of Bay Area Homelessness Program and a Lecturer for the Department of Health Education at San Francisco State University.She has also taught Health Education and Planning at SFSU.Her interest in public health and community issues reaches as far back as 1964 when she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa and, later, as a Coordinator of training programs in both the US and West Africa.
Commissioner Guy has worked tirelessly for women's health and well being.In 1975, she became Founder of the San Francisco Women Centers/Women's Building,a membership-based community center housing nine women's organizations, one youth group and four community rental halls.Later, as Director of the Capital Campaign for the San Francisco Women Centers/Women's Building, she successfully designed a $410,000 capital campaign, and implemented a new administrative plan for the agency's Development Department.
For well over a period of 10 years, she founded, co-directed and served as Executive Director of the Women's Foundation and guided the growth of this community-based foundation to a budget of $450,000, a million-dollar endowment and a $500,000 donor-designated fund.
TWF: WOMEN'S ECONOMIC SUMMIT, 24 Dec 2001 [cached]
And last, and certainly the first for The Women's Foundation, is Roma Guy, who was a founder of The Women's Foundation more than 25 years ago, as well as being a founder of many other nonprofits.
[Applause, shouts]
But nothing has slowed Roma down, for she is also the Director of Bay Area Homelessness Program and an instructor at San Francisco State University.For the past ten years, she has built the Health Education Department Support for Interactive and Experiential Learning.She has designed courses to engage especially low-income people, low-income students in urban social issues of poverty, homelessness and social justice.
So, with this incredible panel… All of them will answer an easy question I'm going to pose.Then we will go one by one and have a primary answerer for the next four questions.After which we want to open it up and have communication and dialogue with all of you.So, the first easy question is, given your work, what do you believe is the greatest barrier to women's economic security?And the first brave soul to take that… will be Roma.
Roma Guy:
In order to do that, part of our movement, Roma, needs to make sure we are electing more women to public office.
Roma Guy:
Roma, what can be done to reduce the economic divide between the wealthiest and poorest segments of California's population?
Roma Guy:
Okay, Roma, you're wrong.
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