BOMA's Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) met with Monique Zmuda, Deputy Controller for the City and County of San Francisco recently. She presented the draft findings and recommendations from Mayor Ed Lee’s Transportation Task Force.
The Task Force was charged with developing a coordinated set of transportation priorities and identifying new revenue sources dedicated to making the City’s transportation system more reliable, efficient, and better prepared to accommodate future growth. You may recall that the BOMA GAPAC Vice Chair, Horace Green, participated in these meetings for BOMA San Francisco.
About Monique Zmuda
In July 2002, Monique Zmuda was appointed the Deputy Controller for the City and County of San Francisco. From 1994 to 2002, Monique was the Chief Financial Officer of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, managing a budget of over $1 billion, and also directing information technology, contracting, and other administrative sections of the Department of Public Health. Prior to her position as CFO, Monique served as the Director of Business and Operations for the division of public health programs at the Department of Public Health for eight years. She also served as the budget manager for the Recreation and Park Department, and prior to her work in the civil service system, was a principal analyst for the Harvey Rose Accountancy Corporation. In this capacity, Monique performed financial and management audits of county government programs and services for the Board of Supervisors in San Francisco, and for other municipalities in California.
Monique holds an MBA degree from the University of San Francisco, and a Baccalaureate Degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo.