Miriam Zouzounis
Headshot of Commissioner Zouzounis in City Hall
West Coast Partner
Terra Sancta Trading Company
Vice President
Appointed

Miriam is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in History, and has continued her studies at the City College of San Francisco.


She is the West Coast Partner for Terra Sancta Trading Company -- a small import company specializing in Beer, Wine and Spirits from the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean. She also helps her family run their corner store and deli, Ted’s Market, which is in the South of Market neighborhood. Miriam has also worked for the US Small Business Administration and the US Department of Commerce.


Miriam has a keen interest in economic

Miriam is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in History, and has continued her studies at the City College of San Francisco.

She is the West Coast Partner for Terra Sancta Trading Company -- a small import company specializing in Beer, Wine and Spirits from the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean. She also helps her family run their corner store and deli, Ted’s Market, which is in the South of Market neighborhood. Miriam has also worked for the US Small Business Administration and the US Department of Commerce.

Miriam has a keen interest in economic theory and application and is a board member in several trade associations and merchant groups. With a community organizing background, Miriam has developed skills and knowledge of the City at a level that has allowed her to be an advocate for the communities she grew up in and serves.

She has been involved in legislation affecting small businesses and impacted communities, including; the San Francisco Language Access Ordinance; Safe San Francisco Civil Rights Ordinance (2012); Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee, (2015);Tobacco Retail Density Ordinance (2014); Healthy Food Retailer Ordinance (2014); Produce Delivery Model Working Group; Formula Retail Conditional Use Controls and Formula Retail Subsidiary Policy Working Group (2015); CalRecycle’s Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act (2015) etc. 

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