serves on the Board of Supervisors, representing District 6, one of the most dynamic and diverse districts in San Francisco, encompassing the Tenderloin, South of Market, Mid-Market/Civic Center, South Beach, Mission Bay, Rincon Hill, and Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island neighborhoods. She is the the first Korean-American elected official in San Francisco, and has dedicated her career to serving San Francisco communities, 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.
is a Diversity Programs Manager at Pinterest. She helps lead Pinterest's efforts to diversify its workforce through external outreach and by implementing data driven internal programs. Prior to her diversity role, Abby managed Pinterest's intern program as a member of the University Recruiting team and travelled to campuses to recruit the next generation of Pinterest employees. She is a member of the Workforce Investment San Francisco Board. Abby earned a degree in labor relations from Cornell University's ILR School.
joined Office of Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi in October 2016, focusing on issues and casework related to Asian Pacific Islander (API) community, education, health care, social security, housing, and federal grants. Ms. Yow also has an extensive experience working in local government and non-profit sector. She was recently elected as an Assembly District Delegate to the California Democratic Party. Ms. Yow is a proud alumna of University of California, Berkeley.