Tyra Fennell 范莉婷
I am currently the founding director of Imprint City, an organization activating underutilized areas in neighborhoods with arts projects, encouraging increased foot traffic to positively impact local economies. Since 2015, Imprint City has attracted over 15,000 event goers, 200 participating neighborhood retail and food merchants, 100 youth employees, 75 community based organization partnerships and 150 performing and visual artists to the District 10 neighborhoods including the BayviewLIVE Festival. Additionally, I co-authored legislation designating the Bayview Hunters Point as San Francisco's African American Arts and Cultural District.
In addition to my work with Imprint City and above mentioned community work, I am honored to have been selected to serve on San Francisco Mayor London Breed's COVID-19 Economic Recovery Task Force, a board member of the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) as well as a Film Commissioner and an Emerge California Alum. I am also a proud, legacy graduate of Howard University.
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Tyra serves as an Assembly District 17 (AD17) Delegate for the California State Democratic Party and the co-founder of the San Francisco Eastern Neighborhoods Democratic Club (San Francisco). She serves on the board of the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), Open Door Legal as well as a Film Commissioner and an Emerge California Alum. Tyra is a proud, legacy graduate of Howard University. Go Bisons!
In addition to Tyra's work in the arts and political endeavors, she also a regular feature on KRON-4 as a political pundit.
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Tyra also works to .....
Celebrate and promote the cultural diversity of our residents, past and present, and encourage improved public knowledge through honest portrayal of our diverse cultures and histories;
Encourage community-based works in the arts and cultural practices that explore the power to create positive images that reflect a peaceful future;
Ensure that people of color have equal access to tax-funded cultural arts programs.