Alex Lemberg: Caselli Avenue
Alex moved to the Castro in 2013, but he's been a San Francisco and Bay Area resident his whole life. He graduated from UC Berkeley and Golden Gate University School of Law, and currently works as an attorney serving the Castro neighborhood. Alex is active in local politics and fancies himself a community activist. In his role with the EVNA, Alex looks forward to helping to build a grand coalition of community leaders in the Castro who can craft our neighborhood into a thriving and pleasant place its residents deserve, a renowned destination for visitors, and a well-maintained center for history, culture, architecture, nightlife, and art.
Kevin Cureton: Caselli Avenue
Kevin Cureton has lived in Eureka Valley since 2003 and in San Francisco since 1997. He lives with his husband Alex, and their roommate Steve, in a cozy condo on Caselli Avenue that Kevin has owned since moving into the neighborhood. Kevin has worked as a software engineer since moving to San Francisco and is currently employed with Wish. Kevin is concerned about the quality of life issues that impact our neighborhood and he feels the neighborhood association is uniquely positioned to help positively influence policy on these issues. Kevin will bring a high-degree of transparency to the role of Treasurer, simplifying financial processes and reporting, and using best practices for the EVNA.
Desmond Morgan: 17th Street
Desmond Morgan has lived in San Francisco for over 20 years with his husband of one year, Romwald (Ray) Connolly. They are new to the Castro Neighborhood. Recently, Desmond and Ray purchased 3987- 3989 17th St.; and Desmond is looking forward to getting involved in the community. If elected to EVNA Board of Directors at Large, he looks forward to helping out in any capacity. Desmond Morgan has been in the BioTech industry for over 15 years. Currently, he's a Territory Account Manager at Relypsa, Inc.
Loic Olichon: 18th Street
Löic was born and raised in France, and have been living in the Castro for the past 8 years. He is a software engineer working downtown. Since moving to the neighborhood, he has been interested in knowing more about its history and new directions. He was involved with the creation of the 4500-4600 18th neighborhood watch. The whole neighborhood might change in the next year or so, with the impending housing development and the rejuvenation of Castro street. Löic would like to help to create more involvement from the diverse members of our evolving community.
Mary Edna Harrell: Castro Street
Mary Edna has enjoyed living in the Castro/Eureka Valley neighborhood since 1986. The diversity and quality of life here are important to her. As a member of the EVNA Board, she endeavors to maintain and enhance the strong sense community and inclusion for both our commercial and residential constituents.
Rob LeVan: Market Street
Originally from western Michigan, Rob LeVan has been a SF resident since 1998 and has lived in the Castro for 12 years. Rob manages an 18-unit residential building at Market & Eureka Sts which was one of his motivations for joining the EVNA. A self-described politics junkie, Rob is active in the political landscape and most recently managed a team in the SFGSL for 5 years. As the first chair of the training and education committee, Rob is excited to help his fellow neighbors access and navigate the myriad of services available to SF residents and to help cultivate a more engaged and active Castro community.
Steve Hall: 19th Street
Steve Clark Hall is a native of San Francisco and has been owner of his 1885 home on 19th Street since 1984. He is a California state licensed general contractor who specializes in historic preservation. He has been a member of the EVNA since 2001 and a member of the planning committee since 2002, having also served as committee chair and as EVNA president.