Please take a moment to learn about your Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) leadership team for the commercial real estate industry in 2014.
If you are a BOMA member with an interest in meeting with Bay Area elected and appointed leaders who influence public policy for the commercial real estate industry, please email John M. Bozeman, BOMA San Francisco's Manager of Government and Public Affairs at email@example.com.
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2014 GAPAC Chair Horace Green is a partner with Buchman Provine Brothers Smith. As a longtime member volunteer of BOMA San Francisco's Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC), Mr. Green has contributed his time and expertise to the benefit of the BOMA San Francisco membership.
Indeed, as Vice Chair of the GAPAC in 2013, Mr. Green not only helped to analyze local ordinances to determine their impact to the industry, he volunteered to represent BOMA San Francisco on Mayor Ed Lee's 2030 Transportation Task Force that met numerous times over the course of 2013 and produced recommendations for essential transit infrastructure funding in San Francisco.
Mr. Green earned his J.D. in 1984 from Stanford University. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Green attended the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Horace can be found cheering for the San Francisco Giants, 49ers, and the Golden State Warriors during his rare time off.
BOMA San Francisco members are fortunate to have an industry veteran volunteer her time on the GAPAC.
Before joining TMG, Ms. Tolin was with Cornish & Carey's San Mateo office, specializing in office leasing. She also spent time at Hare Brewer & Kelley in Palo Alto serving as Senior Property Manager, specializing in commercial and residential condominiums.
Ms. Tolin received her Bachelor's degree and MBA from St. Mary's College of California.