Bring your lunch and join us Monday April 4th for our second Lunch Time Speaker Series event, with Supervisor Jane Kim.
This is a great opportunity to hear Kim’s thoughts on the Tenderloin, whether it be housing, pedestrian safety, crime or her favorite restaurants and bars. Jane Kim has represented the Tenderloin as District 6 Supervisor since 2011, and we’re thrilled to welcome her to the Tenderloin Museum as part of the monthly Lunch Time Speaker Series. Kim will be interviewed by our founder Randy Shaw.
Jane Kim is an American civil rights attorney and politician, the first Korean American elected official in San Francisco. Kim has dedicated her career to serving communities in San Francisco, starting as a Community Organizer at Chinatown Community Development Center, then as a Civil Rights Attorney at Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights, and as President of the San Francisco Board of Education.
This event is not connected to Kim’s State Senate campaign and discussion of such will be off-limits.
Local business owner Brett Walker of the Tenderloin cafe George and Lennie will be on hand to provide coffee.
All proceeds go directly to the Tenderloin Museum, a 501(c) (3) non-profit. These funds facilitate educational programming, employ Tenderloin residents, preserve San Francisco history, and support local artists. The Tenderloin Museum is free to community residents every Wednesday.