Our Story

At Rebuilding Together San Francisco, we provide essential repairs and renovations to help our neighbors stay in their homes and communities.

Our Mission

Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.

Our Vision

Safe homes and communities for everyone.

About Us

Founded in 1989 in response to the Loma Prieta earthquake, we’ve worked in partnership to preserve affordable housing in San Francisco addressing home safety repairs, deferred maintenance, and code violations. We have served over 4,000 low-income families and worked with over 300 community spaces in San Francisco. As a result of our work, RTSF stabilizes residents and prevents displacement of San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations. We are committed to help our communities rebuild through Community Revitalization.

Our Work

    • PRESERVES affordable housing and stability for underserved and high-risk communities
    • INCREASES the mobility, safety, and independence of seniors and neighbors with disabilities
    • BUILDS home and wealth equity and long-term security for low-income families
    • REDUCES isolation and risk with disaster preparedness and wellness calls

RTSF is a local affiliate of Rebuilding Together, a national organization that includes 130 affiliates serving communities nationwide, and mobilizes thousands of volunteers each year. For a copy of our audited financials, annual report, or IRS 990, contact Mahogany Roland, Executive Director, at [email protected].

Board of Directors

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Lisa Cholmondeley, Board President

Principal, Gensler

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Brian Donnelly, Board Treasurer

Fractional CFO

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Aaron Leavy, Board Member

Brand Manager & COO, San Francisco Brewing Co, Operations & Portfolio Manager, Gaetani Real Estate

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Randal Seriguchi, Jr., Board Member

Executive Director, Urban Ed Academy

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Justine Sears, Board Member

President, Moroso Construction

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Mitch Shaw, Board Member

Vice President Solution Engineering, Salesforce

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Sonia Roll, Board Member

Regional Public Relations Manager, Gensler

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Maria Durana, Board Member

Director of the SF Children & Nature Collaborative, San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department

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Patrick Otellini, Board Member

Affordable Housing Project Manager, Swinerton Builders

Associate Board

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Thao Dinh, Associate Board Member
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Daniel Odette, Associate Board Member

Senior Associate, Development & Investment, Trammell Crow Company

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Clinton Lee, Associate Board Member

Senior Advisor, HelloOffice

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Marissa Everling, Associate Board Member

Associate, Gensler

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Mahek Modi, Associate Board Member

Strategy & Corporate Development | JLL Technologies

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Nori Dubon, Associate Board Member

Program Officer, Low Income Investment Fund

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Jasmine Reyes, Associate Board Member

Assistant Project Manager, Swinerton

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Ian White, Associate Board Member

Director, VVA Project & Cost Managers


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Mahogany Charlton Roland, Executive Director

[email protected]  (415) 322-9579

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Lydia Fojtik, Programs Manager

[email protected]  (415) 322-8042

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Tamra Johnson, Client Services Manager
[email protected] (415) 275-1385
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Kelsey Hull, Grants Consultant
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Emily Wakeman, Construction Manager
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Crystal Wan, Development Coordinator

Career Opportunities

Board Member Positions Opening!

RTSF is looking for new board members to join us! This is an exciting opportunity for professionals to make a positive impact and join a collaborative team in furthering our mission of repairing homes and renovating community facilities in underserved neighborhoods in San Francisco.

We are looking for (but not limited to) people in:

  • Fundraising
  • Women in Construction
  • Human Resources
  • Housing Community
  • Senior Community
  • Workforce Development and Government

Click here for the board member description!

Click here to fill out the application!

Board Member Spotlight

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She Builds SF Chapter Steering Committee Chair and
Development Chair

Please introduce yourself! What is your background?

I am President and co-owner of Moroso Construction in San Francisco. We build custom residences and estates around the Bay Area. In my role I develop relationships with clients, architects and designers, I run projects, and I lend my deep experience in estimating, project management and team leadership to the process. I joined Moroso in 2008 and became an owner in 2016 with my partner Ron Bond. It has been exciting and rewarding to help to grow and shape Moroso’s approach, culture, values and trajectory over the years. A constant in my work is to champion women in the industry, and to chip away at the gendered assumptions that are still unfortunately too prevalent.


What made you decide to become a board member for RTSF?

The Board opening came up in 2019 three years after I had helped to co-found our She Builds SF chapter. It was a natural step toward deeper involvement with the organization.
I was first introduced to RTSF in 2016 through a colleague who knew that the ED at the time wanted to create a She Builds chapter and thought I’d be a great match because of my broad network in the industry and my advocacy for women in construction. I had co-founded a networking group for industry women in 2014 that had grown to a list of over 300, and could bring that to benefit the founding of She Builds SF.


What is your position and responsibilities?

I hold two Chair positions on the Board: She Builds SF Chapter Steering Committee Chair and Development Chair. In my She Builds SF Chair position I’m responsible for leading the Steering Committee and for overseeing the funding and maintenance of She Builds SF as part of RTSF. I work with the ED at a strategic level to determine how She Builds SF serves RTSF’s mission in the big picture, and what RTSF wants and needs from the program. In the early years of She Builds SF we were very active, doing three projects in first year and visiting places where we could reach young women to talk about the mission and what we do, like the CityBuild trade program.

In my Development Chair position I fundraise for RTSF and have established a field of donors related to the trades who are excited about our mission, including commercial and residential contractors, subcontractors, architects, etc. I also am involved in planning donor-supported events from smaller, accessible fundraisers like Trivia Night to the upcoming 35th anniversary.


What do you like about being a board member for RTSF?
It’s important to me to try to improve the lives of people who are struggling in our city. I’ve lived in San Francisco for 30 years, I have a business in the city, my kids grew up here. I really value contributing on a grassroots level and fostering community through neighbors helping neighbors. She Builds SF is an extension of my work to connect and support women in construction, and being an RTSF Board member is a nice complement to what I do on daily basis.


What is your favorite memory with RTSF?
My favorite RTSF memory is our visit to the Life Learning Academy, which is a public charter high school on Treasure Island. We met with the Principal and head of the carpentry division to talk about RTSF and She Builds SF, and had a lunch with the kids that they prepared. I really enjoyed learning about the school and how they provide kids with vocational skills like catering and carpentry to further their opportunities. From that meeting one young man came to an RTSF build day and a young woman came to SheBuilds. I never would have known about LLA if it weren’t for RTSF, and it remains a great example of everything working at its best to connect our mission with a new community partner.

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