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San Francisco Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Assembly District 17

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Rebecca Prozan

Community Affairs Manager
18,697 votes (2.52%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Uphold our tradition of equality through immigration reform and the support of Muslim communities.
  • Support meaningful, thoughtful building that increases housing opportunities for all income levels.
  • Promote voter registration, particularly among young voters.



Profession:Community Affairs Manager
Community Affairs Manager, Google (2014–current)
Member, San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee — Appointed position (2014–current)
Commissioner, Democratic Change Commission — Appointed position (2009–current)
Neighborhood Prosecutor, San Francisco District Attorney's Office (2011–2012)
Trial Attorney, San Francisco District Attorney's Office (2004–2011)
Campaign Manager, Kamala Harris for District Attorney (2003–2003)
Special Assistant, Mayor Willie l Brown Jr. (1996–2000)


Golden Gate University Juris Doctor, Law (2003)
U.C. Santa Cruz Bachelor of Arts, Politics (1993)

Community Activities

Emeritus Board Member and Former Co-Chair, Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democrat (2004–current)
Board Member, Ignite (2011–current)
Former Board Member, Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (2001–current)
President, San Francisco Young Democrats (1996–1998)


Rebecca Prozan is a policy leader at Google, working to forge cutting-edge partnerships with San Francisco’s diverse communities. For almost two decades, Rebecca has had opportunities to shape policy and help the public in varying roles, including the Mayor’s Office, the Board of Supervisors, the District Attorney’s Office, the Recreation and Park Commission, and the Elections Redistricting Task Force. Throughout her public sector career, she worked to find innovative solutions to the city’s problems by bringing people together, listening to different points of view, and crafting solutions that made things work.


Rebecca has devoted her life to advancing progressive values as an advocate for civil rights and the empowerment of our diverse communities. As a member of the state Democratic Party, Rebecca helped fight for immigrant rights, defend affirmative action, and advance marriage equality by pushing resolutions through the Democratic party apparatus.  She represented San Francisco as a pledged delegate for President Obama in both the 2008 + 2012 representing San Francisco at the Democratic National Convention.


In May of 2014, Democratic Party Chair Mary Jung appointed Rebecca to San Francisco’s Democratic County Central Committee. The Committee registers voters, educates the public about voting, and makes important endorsements in elections. Rebecca earned the support of a supermajority of the committee, representing all sides of San Francisco’s political spectrum.



On the DCCC, Rebecca has helped bolster the Party’s foundation by fundraising and organizing.  In addition, she’s spearheaded two unanimous resolutions.  The first resolution brought the Coalition on Homelessness and Senator Dianne Feinstein together to urge city government to adopt the roadmap to end family homelessness. In addition, she worked with School Board members Rachel Norton and Sandy Fewer to allow 16 and 17 year olds the opportunity to register to vote in their American Government Classes.  She hopes to spark political interest in teenagers, as she founded the Political Action Club while at San Mateo High.

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Kamala Harris - Attorney General, State of California
  • Nancy Pelosi - Congresswoman, House Democratic Leader
  • Gavin Newsom - Lieutenant Governor, State of California

Organizations (19)

  • Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club
  • San Francisco Young Democrats
  • San Francisco Democratic Women in Action
  • Black Young Democrats of San Francisco
  • District 5 Democratic Club
  • Chinese American Democratic Club
  • Fire Fighters Local No. 798
  • Carpenters Local Union No. 22
  • Janitors SEIU Local 87
  • LiUNA Laborers Local 261
  • San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council
  • Raoul Wallenberg Jewish Democratic Club
  • Noe Valley Democratic Club
  • San Francisco Technology Dems
  • FDR Democratic Club of San Francisco
  • The Latin@s Young Democrats of San Francisco
  • City Democratic Club
  • South Beach District 6 Democratic Club
  • San Francisco Women’s Political Committee

Elected Officials (37)

  • Alex Padilla - Secretary of State, State of California
  • Jackie Speier - Congresswoman
  • Jill Wynns - Member, School Board
  • Steve Ngo - Member, City College Board
  • Norman Yee - San Francisco Supervisor
  • Scott Wiener - San Francisco Supervisor
  • Katy Tang - San Francisco Supervisor
  • Mark Farrell - San Francisco Supervisor
  • Malia Cohen - San Francisco Supervisor
  • London Breed - President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors
  • Vicky Hennessy - Sheriff, City and County of San Francisco
  • Carmen Chu - Assessor-Recorder, City and County of San Francisco
  • George Gascón, District Attorney, City and County of San Francisco
  • Ed Lee - Mayor, City and County of San Francisco
  • Phil Ting - Assemblymember District 19, State of California
  • David Chiu - Assemblymember District 17, State of California
  • Mark Leno - Senator, State of California
  • Emily Murase - Member, School Board
  • Shamann Walton - Member, School Board
  • Rachel Norton - Member, School Board
  • Matt Haney - President, School Board
  • Alex Randolph - Member, City College Board
  • Thea Selby - Member, City College Board
  • Amy Bacharach - Member, City College Board
  • Matt Dorsey - 17th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Trevor McNeil - 19th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Tom Hsieh - 19th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Joshua Arce - 17th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Francis Tsang - 17th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Marjan Philhour - 19th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Marjan Philhour -19th Assembly District, SF DCCC
  • Kat Anderson - Recording Secretary, SF DCCC
  • Leah Pimentel - Fourth Vice Chair (Club Chartering and Development), SF DCCC
  • Alix Rosenthal - Second Vice Chair (Issue), SF DCCC
  • Zoe Dunning - First Vice Chair (Finance), SF DCCC
  • Mary Jung - Chair, SF DCCC

Individuals (4)

  • George Gascón - District Attorney, City and County of San Francisco
  • Art Torres - Former Chair, California Democratic Party
  • Jeff Adachi - Public Defender, City and County of San Francisco
  • Fiona Ma - Member, State Board of Equalization

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