Azalea Renfield

Azalea Renfield is the founder and former Executive Director of United Educators Association for Affordable Housing (UEAAH). Azalea has over eight years of experience working in administration, housing and community development. She continues to spend most of her professional career advocating for housing that is more accessible, affordable, scalable, and sustainable for low to moderate income communities. Azalea has served on many boards, commissions and committees all around the Bay Area, including the San Francisco Human Rights Commission as an Equity Advisory Committee member.


Azalea

Azalea Renfield is the founder and former Executive Director of United Educators Association for Affordable Housing (UEAAH). Azalea has over eight years of experience working in administration, housing and community development. She continues to spend most of her professional career advocating for housing that is more accessible, affordable, scalable, and sustainable for low to moderate income communities. Azalea has served on many boards, commissions and committees all around the Bay Area, including the San Francisco Human Rights Commission as an Equity Advisory Committee member.

Azalea has a Master's in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of San Francisco, and a Master's in Human Resource Management from Golden Gate University. She is completing her final Master's degree in Public Policy from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Azalea is a native of San Francisco and wants to see more housing policies that protect tenants and renters.

 

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