Ms. Wilson received her B.A. from University of California, Berkeley in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics (1990) and her Master’s in City and Regional Planning (Housing and Project Development) from University of California, Berkeley in 1999.
Ms. Wilson is on SF Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC) Executive Committee as well as a board member for Richmond Neighborhood Housing Services (Richmond, CA).
Ms. Wilson has successfully managed approximately $250 million in completed or planned real estate developments, totaling approximately 600 housing units, including federally funded HOPE VI developments as well as locally subsidized mixed-income and BMR rate for sale developments. Over a twelve-year period, Ms. Wilson intermediated with key local, state, and federal government stakeholders (including HUD, Bay Area housing, economic, community development, and workforce departments, and housing authorities), foundations.
ECONOMIC + COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
For over five years, Ms. Wilson worked for Sedway Consulting, a San Francisco-based economics consulting firm, on numerous economic, housing and community development assignments. Services included conducting extensive market research, financial feasibility analysis, highest and best use and re-use planning efforts such as early stage market feasibility studies/due diligence for Hunters Point Shipyard, the Clinton Administration’s Empowerment Zone/Enterprise Community initiatives, and several HOPE VI projects, including Valencia Gardens, North Beach, and Potrero Terrace/Annex.
Ms. Wilson intermediated with key local, state, and federal government stakeholders.