Fernando Martí is co-director of the Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO), a coalition of 23 affordable housing and community economic development advocates in San Francisco, who work to build a Bay Area where all can afford to live, work, and thrive. Fernando is a licensed architect, writer and exhibiting artist. He was a founder of the SF Community Land Trust and UrbanIDEA, serves on the board of environmental justice organization PODER, and is a member of the JustSeeds Artists Cooperative. An immigrant from Ecuador, he has made his home and built community in San Francisco since 1992.
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