Friday, November 18, 2022

"San Francisco auditors notified the FBI on Thursday about a city nonprofit that controls nearly $28 million in public funds"

First article from yesterday. And a follow-up today:

Yet she was also once convicted of stealing public money when she worked for the Port of San Francisco. And now she is the subject of a scathing audit published Thursday by the City Controller, which found that her nonprofit had improperly collected rents from tenants, had given housing to many of its own employees, and could not account for thousands of dollars in funding.


“I guess it’s because I’m a Black woman,” she said. “I think it’s racism. They don’t want a Black woman running this organization.”