San Francisco Community Health Center
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We are proud to have a dedicated and passionate group of individuals serving on our Board of Directors. Ranging from doctors to public health policy experts to finance professionals to consumers of our services each member devotes their time freely, guiding SFCHC’s policy and responding to the community’s needs. If you have questions for our board you may email them at We are continually identifying and cultivating new talent for the Board of Directors. Only in this way can we remain relevant and responsive to community needs. If you or someone you know is committed to our mission and interested in serving the organization as a member of the board or on one if its Committees as a non-board member, please contact Lance Toma at 415.292.3420 x355 or We recognize and honor the volunteer leaders who have governed and/or its predecessor agencies (API Wellness, Asian AIDS Project, GAPA Community HIV Project, Living Well Project) over the course of the organization’s history.

Jeff Tran

  • Member

Business Analyst Kaiser Permanente

Quyen Tran

  • Member

Senior Digital Marketing Specialist Pentaho

Emma You

  • Secretary

PWC, Senior Associate, Forensic Consulting


Royce Lin, MD, AAHIVS

Dr. Lin completed his undergraduate degree at Harvard University and received his medical doctorate from Yale University School of Medicine. He then completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and his HIV subspecialty training through the HIV Clinical Scholars Program fellowship at the HIV/AIDS Division of San Francisco General Hospital. …


Chad Ngo, MPH

Chad Ngo, MPH (he/him/his) is a Bay Area local and proud UC Irvine & CSU Fullerton graduate who is invested in public health, social justice, and progressive systems change. Currently, Chad is managing the Tobacco Control & Prevention program at SF Community Health in order to reduce health disparities within the LGBTQ+ community. Previously, Chad has …