Cynthia Huie
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Founder
Seedstore
Commissioner
Appointed

Cynthia Huie founded Seedstore, a beloved men’s and women’s clothing shop in the City's vibrant Inner Richmond neighborhood, with her sister Jennifer. The shop curated a well-balanced assortment of established lines with new independent designers, often giving a platform and space for emerging new brands, makers, and artists. 



She also actively manages her husband, Dr. Michael Chan's oral surgery practice which was established by his father in 1979. Cynthia is well versed in healthcare/dental practice management and continues to volunteer her time for international dental missions as well

Cynthia Huie founded Seedstore, a beloved men’s and women’s clothing shop in the City's vibrant Inner Richmond neighborhood, with her sister Jennifer. The shop curated a well-balanced assortment of established lines with new independent designers, often giving a platform and space for emerging new brands, makers, and artists. 

She also actively manages her husband, Dr. Michael Chan's oral surgery practice which was established by his father in 1979. Cynthia is well versed in healthcare/dental practice management and continues to volunteer her time for international dental missions as well as free clinics domestically. She loves working in family businesses and finds joy in working with different industries and sectors.

With her knowledge of healthcare and understanding of the City's Richmond District community, she was asked in 2014 to join the Board of Directors at RAMS, Inc. (Richmond Area Multi-Services) a private, non-profit mental health agency that is committed to advocating for and providing community-based, culturally competent, and consumer-guided comprehensive services, with an emphasis on serving Asian & Pacific Islander Americans.  

For 8 years, she has also served as President of the Clement Street Merchants Association. Under her leadership and working in collaboration with then Supervisor Eric Mar, she brought in District 1's first parklet, a thriving Farmers Market, and a beautiful mural by local artist Jason Jagel.

Born and raised in the East Bay and a resident of San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood since 2004, she has deep roots in the Bay Area and is proud to be an advocate for the small business community. 

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