Director of Community Outreach
Heidi is a hard charging advocate for immigrant rights, community empowerment and social justice. She has more than 8 years of experience leading community outreach and organizing initiatives. Heidi sharpened her expertise while interning in the California State Assembly, as a member of the Invest in San Diego Families coalition and serving as Campaign Manager for the successful 2018 Nathan Fletcher for Supervisor campaign.
Service Areas: Internship Program
Boards & Commissions Contact: Community Action Partnership, Social Services Board, District 4 Advisory Board, Metropolitan Transit System
Communities/Constituencies: Immigrant, Hispanic and Latino, Labor, Indigenous Americans
Eryn is an ardent community activist and highly trained community organizer. She has spent more than six years driving change to support equality, social justice and public safety in San Diego’s most vulnerable neighborhoods. Eryn earned her stripes in civic engagement and community organizing by leading initiatives for Alliance San Diego.
Service Areas: Constituent Services
Communities/Constituencies: Encanto, Skyline, Webster, Chollas, Oak Park, Redwood, City Heights, Rolando Park, Broadway Heights, Linda Vista, African American
Community Representative/Policy Advisor
Brandon is a proponent of making meaningful community connections. He has more than nine years of advancing policy and education campaigns while helping San Diegans experiencing homelessness and fighting for LGBTQ+ rights. Brandon earned his outreach and advocacy credentials working with the Regional Task Force on the Homeless, San Diego LGBT Community Center, and San Diego Youth Services. He is pursuing his Master’s in Public Administration at San Diego State University.
Service Areas: Proclamations, Certificates, Newsletter
Commissions & Boards Contact: HIV Prevention and Health Services Advisory Board, Regional Task Force on the Homeless
Communities/Constituencies: Old Town, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, Golden Hill, South Park, North Park, Banks Hill, University Heights, Downtown Community Groups, LGBTQ+
Director of Public Policy
Stephanie loves introducing policy to help people experience a better quality of life. She has nearly 20 years of notable experience in California working on health and social service system and policy changes: she worked locally as Senior Advisor to a former County Supervisor, as well as public policy and community liaison for the State of California. Before joining the County of San Diego, Stephanie also represented former California State Senator Dede Alpert.
Policy Area: Health, Social Services
Boards & Commissions Contact: San Pasqual Academy, Polinsky Children’s Center Advisory Board, Child and Family Strengthening Advisory Board, Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council, Regional Task Force on the Homeless, Health Services Advisory Board, Behavioral Health Advisory Board, Aging and Independence Services, Governor’s Task Force on Homeless and Supportive Housing
Emily is a passionate champion of environmental sustainability. She has nearly a decade of environment and energy policy experience. She notably served in the Obama Administration's Office of Energy and Climate Change, where she advised on electric vehicle and renewable energy policy, and was also a fellow with the San Diego Leadership Alliance. She received her master’s degree in Environmental Management from Yale.
Policy Areas: Land Use, Environment
Boards & Commissions Contact: California Air Resources Board, County Sanitation District, Air Pollution Control District, Air Pollution Control District Advisory Board, Solid Waste Hearing Panel, County Planning Commission, Traffic Advisory Committee, CAC Waterfront Park
Communities/Constituencies: Ocean Beach, La Jolla, Environmental Advocates
Gabe is a transportation and public safety policy enthusiast. He has more than a decade of experience in public policy and community outreach. His expertise comes from his time serving in County government and the private sector. Gabe is the four-time chair of the Chula Vista Planning Commission and immediate past Chair of Circulate San Diego. He received his Master's in Public Administration from San Diego State University and is a graduate of the National Urban Fellows America's Leaders of Change fellowship program.
Policy Areas: Public Safety
Boards & Commissions Contact: SANDAG, San Diego Workforce Partnership, Local Agency Formation Commission, Unified Disaster Council, Citizen’s Law Enforcement Review Board, CA Identification System Remote, Countywide Redevelopment Successor Agency, County Military and Veterans Advisory Council
Communities/Constituencies: Clairemont, Pacific Beach, Bay Ho, Little Italy, Kearny Mesa / Serra Mesa, Mission Valley, Downtown Business Organizations, Veterans
Chief of Staff
Paul is a strategic policy, communications and government relations expert. He has more than 25 years of experience in government and public affairs. His distinguished leadership experience ranges from Deputy Director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, to leadership roles in the offices of two former U.S. Senate Majority Leaders - Harry Reid (D-NV) and Tom Daschle (D-SD). Prior to joining Team Fletcher, Paul was the Senior Director of Public Affairs for an award-winning public relations firm in San Diego.
Boards & Commissions Contact: Urban Counties of California, San Diego County Employees Retirement Association, California State Association of Counties, National Association of Counties, Civil Service Commission
Tiffany is dedicated to getting things done quickly and with flawless execution. She has nearly 20 years of experience supporting executive leadership and directing office operations. Her work is vital to keeping the fast-moving office of Supervisor Nathan Fletcher running efficiently. Prior to joining Team Fletcher, Tiffany worked as the Executive Assistant to Tony Robbins’ Chief Financial Officer, she was manager of administration for the Los Angeles Kings’ President and General Manager and Administrative Assistant & Baseball Team Travel Manager for the University of Southern California Athletics.
Service Areas: Scheduling, travel arrangements, office management, liaison to office visitors
Susan is driven to deliver results and execute big ideas. Her policy expertise - which is informed by nearly three decades of law practice - spans climate protection, consumer rights and product safety, workers’ rights, and human rights, including wins against Big Tobacco. She’s served at the top of organizations like the Consumer Attorneys of California, the American Trial Lawyers Association, Western Trial Lawyers, Equality California, and SDUSD. Susan is a proud Asian-Pacific Islander.
Policy Areas: Finance and Government, Seniors
Service Areas: Innovation in government; private public partnerships; major initiatives; University collaborations; film industry; grant programs, county budget; and appointments to boards and commissions.
Boards & Commissions Contact: City-County Reinvestment Task Force, Tobacco Securitization JPA, Commission on the Status of Women, CAC Building Occupancy
Director of Communications
James is a promoter of robust and transparent communications. He has nearly 20 years of experience leading top-level communications programs for elected officials and government agencies, public-private partnerships and the private sector. Before joining Team Fletcher, James directed communications for the Wayne County Executive and Mayor of Detroit in Michigan, and led communication campaigns for transportation and land use initiatives in Seattle, Washington.
Service Areas: Media Relations, Social Media, District 4 Website, Newsletter, Proclamations, Adjournments in Memory, External Communications