Shaun is an Associate Member of the San Francisco Democratic Party founder and current President of San Francisco Black Community Matters. As such Shaun understands how public policy and its various benefits and consequences have historically impacted low-income communities throughout all of San Francisco’s 11 supervisory districts, and, ostensibly our entire Bay Area region.

 

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Shaun has been publicly recognized with a Certificates of Honor from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Certificates of Honor from Board President London Breed,  Assembly Member David Chiu and Senator Scott Weiner for his work in organizing important community  events; and by San Francisco Pride Board with a Heritage of Pride Community Award for outstanding service to the LGBT communities, and a Nia (Purpose Award) from Black Brothers Esteem for service and commitment to the needs of our community. The Kwanza Principal Nia stands for: “To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.”

 

 

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Permanent Member of the San Francisco Police Department Chief’s Advisory Forum

Born at San Francisco General Hospital, Shaun is a Native of San Francisco that is deeply rooted in communities of Districts  5, 9 and 11 where he has lived for significant portions of his life. Though his activism, Mr. Haines also engages the community extensively in Districts 5, 6, 8, 9, and 10. Shaun Haines has a keen and critical eye on public policy, community interests, social justice work. His goals are to affect the remediation of the disparities in communities that are most in need.

 

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Former Member Human Rights Committee

Shaun’s track record of public service, advocacy, and political activism is extensive. In 2015 Shaun won a seat in the California Democratic Party as an Assembly Delegate for District for the 2015-2017 term period. He currently lives in the 17th Assembly District where he serves on the African American Advisory Committee of the 17th  Assembly District. Shaun has been a candidate for San Francisco Democratic Central County Committee and Assembly Delegate both respectively to represent Assembly District 17.

 

 

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Workforce and Economic Development Committee

Shaun is very active in various community organizations of San Francisco. Shaun is a former member of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission LGBT Advisory Committee – focused on homelessness and housing and former member of the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force. He is currently a Permanent Member of the San Francisco Police Department Chief’s LGBT Advisory Forum. Shaun is an active Speaker representing the San Francisco LGBT Speakers Bureau and Diversity Trainer for New Leaders Council of San Francisco – a Political and Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute.

 

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Former Commissioner Sunshine Task Force Ordinance

Through the aforementioned and his personal projects, Shaun actively engages San Francisco Unified School District and City College Students and Juvenile Hall Justice Center on the social and political activism issues of our day.  Shaun also serves on the organizing committee of the Generation Black LGBT Event Planning Committee and on the Advisory Committee of Sacred Space and the SF LGBT History Museum. Mr. Haines has been a contributing writer for the San Francisco Bay Times News Paper and is currently a contributing writer with Arise 2.0.

 

District Map Supervisor Neighborhoods and areas represented
1 San Francisco District 1 (2012).svg Sandra Lee Fewer Inner RichmondCentral RichmondOuter Richmond, Vista del Mar, Lone MountainGolden Gate Park, Lincoln Park, University of San Francisco, and the Farallon Islands
2 San Francisco District 2 (2012).svg Catherine Stefani MarinaCow HollowPacific HeightsSeacliffLake DistrictPresidio HeightsJordan ParkLaurel HeightsPresidio, and part of Russian Hill
3 San Francisco District 3 (2012).svg Aaron Peskin North BeachChinatownTelegraph Hill, North Waterfront, Financial DistrictNob HillUnion SquareMaiden Lane, and part of Russian Hill
4 San Francisco District 4 (2012).svg Katy Tang Central Sunset, Outer Sunset, Parkside, Outer Parkside, and Pine Lake Park
5 San Francisco District 5 (2012).svg London Breed Inner SunsetHaight AshburyLower HaightFillmoreWestern Addition, part of Cathedral Hill, Parnassus Heights, North Panhandle, Anza VistaLower Pacific HeightsJapantownHayes Valley, part of Ashbury Heights, and part of UCSF Parnassus Heights
6 San Francisco District 6 (2012).svg Jane Kim Union SquareTenderloinCivic CenterMid-MarketCathedral HillSouth of MarketSouth BeachMission BayTreasure IslandYerba Buena Island, and Alcatraz
7 San Francisco District 7 (2012).svg Norman Yee Inner ParksideGolden Gate HeightsClarendon Heights, part of Twin PeaksWest PortalForest KnollsMidtown TerraceForest HillMiraloma ParkSunnysideSherwood ForestWestwood HighlandsWestwood ParkSt. Francis Wood, Monterey Heights, Mt. DavidsonBalboa TerraceIngleside TerraceStonestownLakeside, Lake Shore, Merced ManorParkmercedLake MercedCity CollegeSan Francisco State, part of Ashbury Heights, and part of UCSF Parnassus Heights
8 San Francisco District 8 (2012).svg Jeff Sheehy The CastroNoe ValleyDiamond HeightsGlen ParkCorona HeightsEureka ValleyDolores HeightsMission DoloresDuboce TriangleBuena Vista Park, and part of Twin Peaks
9 San Francisco District 9 (2012).svg Hillary Ronen Mission DistrictBernal Heights, and the Portola
10 San Francisco District 10 (2012).svg Malia Cohen(President) Potrero Hill, Central Waterfront, DogpatchBayview-Hunters Point, Bayview Heights, India BasinSilver TerraceCandlestick PointVisitacion ValleyLittle HollywoodSunnydale, and McLaren Park
11 San Francisco District 11 (2012).svg Ahsha Safaí ExcelsiorInglesideOceanviewMerced Heights, Ingleside Heights, Mission Terrace, Outer MissionCayuga, and Crocker Amazon

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