Roma Guy, Senior Advisor
Roma Guy, MSW, served 12 years on the Health Commission City and County of San Francisco, on the Blue Ribbon Panel related to rebuilding St. Lukes Hospital (2008) and currently Co-Chairs the city-wide Health Care Services Act Community Advisory Committee in San Francisco. She currently co-chairs the Health Committee of the California Women’s Agenda and is Chair of Board of Directors of Health Access (state-wide coalition of 37 community, faith-based and unions). She also chairs AD13 (Democratic Party Advisory), Assemblyman Tom Ammiano’s District.
In 2007, Roma retired from San Francisco State University, College of Health and Human Services in the Department of Health Education. She was the Clinical Faculty for the MPH program, founder of the campus Stay-in School Family Resource Center and a fellow at the Institute for Community and Civic Engagement.
Roma was one of the founders of several community-based women’s and girls’ programs and organizations such as SF Women’s Building and SF Women Against Rape, The Women’s Foundation, and La Casa de las Madres. She has served on the SF Mayor’s Local Homeless Board and Jim Hormel Advisory Council for the SF Public Library. In 2005, she was one of the 1,000 women nominated world-wide for the Nobel Peace.