Daniel Homsey

Neighborhood Resilience, City and County of San Francisco

Daniel Homsey is the director of Neighborhood Resilience for the City Administrator’s Office of the City and County of San Francisco.

A fourth generation San Franciscan who has a degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University, Homsey has spent the last 25 years as a communications professional in both the private and public sector. After a long stint in the technology field, he was appointed director of The Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services in 2004. In January 2008 he became the director of Neighborhood Resilience in the City Administrator’s office and is a member of the Presidio Institute’s Inaugural Class of Cross Sector Leadership Fellows.

Homsey is the project manager for the Neighborhood Empowerment Network initiative which is a coalition of residents, community supported organizations, non-profits, academic institutions, and government agencies with the mission to empower residents with the capacity and resources to build, and steward, strong sustainable communities.