About Code for San Francisco

 

Code for San Francisco is a group of people, first and foremost. We also call ourselves technologists, planners, designers, doers, thinkers, and activists. Each week, we actively work together to improve the City and County of San Francisco, often using technology to support our efforts. By connecting people, organizations, resources, tools, and networks to build for San Francisco, we will all thrive.

 

Code for San Francisco is a safe space for experimentation, learning and practicing skills, taking chances, and asking questions, all to affect and encourage positive change. Whenever possible, we proactively reach out to those who are left out, excluded, ignored, or discriminated against. Those people, in our opinion, represent our most desirable source for experiences, knowledge, and thoughts. We fail without their involvement.

Meet the Team

Emily Wasserman

Brigade Captain

Josh Freivogel

Contributor

Eric Ouyang

Community Engagement Lead

Greg Boyer

Program Manager

Isaac Martin

Technical Project Lead

Allen Meyer

Storyteller

Oliver Hsu

Learning & Development Lead

 
 

Code of Conduct

Code for San Francisco is a space for everyone. What does that mean?

  • We value the people here and make everyone feel welcome

  • We make room for all brigade members to engage, discuss, and collaborate

  • We support each other to build a strong civic tech community

  • We respect the boundaries of others

 

These are not just statements of belief, but principles that we collectively enact. We are dedicated to upholding them, and to ensuring that all members of our community respect them.

The full Code of Conduct is available, with more detailed information about our community principles. You’ll also find our harassment policy, along with information about who to contact if you think the policy has been violated. For other questions about the Code of Conduct, or about our brigade, reach out to hello@codeforsanfrancisco.org.