This project is supported by Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Community Benefit Program.
The cornerstone of the TLHCSC is the empowerment of youth and resident leaders to advocate around food justice issues for the community in which they live. Each entity in the Coalition is a significant and distinct asset to the community that when combined, create a maximum capacity for positive change within the community.
Tenderloin Healthy Corner Store Coalition
Co-Coordinators: Lisa Juachon, Ryan Thayer
Food Justice Leaders: Kallisto Khan, Lynne Green, Stephen Tennis, Tammy Wong, Jennifer Siswandi
Project Assistant: Alex Abalos
Facebook/Social Media: Alex Abalos
Webmaster Sort-of-Extraordinaire: Jaime Viloria
Website Development: Carlos Penilla, Pedro Vidal Torres
Laura Brainin-Rodriguez,The Feeling Good Project - San Francisco Department of Public Health
Patrick Roddy, Center for Open Recovery
Stephen Tennis, TL Resident, Food Justice Leaders
Susana Hennessey-Lavery, San Francisco Department of Public Health / HealthyRetailSF Program
Ryan Thayer, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Jessica Estrada, San Francisco Department of Public Health / HealthyRetailSF Program
Dr. Meredith Minkler, Graduate Group Community Health Sciences School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Jen Falbe, Researcher, School of Public Health, UC Berkeley & Associate Professor, UC Davis
Briana Tejuco, Cooking Matters, 18 Reasons
Dina Hilliard, North of Market Tenderloin Community Benefit District
TLHCSC is located in San Francisco's Tenderloin District, and supports activities by Tenderloin residents that increase access and availability to fresh healthy food. We support convenience store conversions to grocery stores through special grants and expert consultation. We have dedicated coalition members and sponsors working to find solutions that benefit residents and businesses. Since 2012, TLHCSC has supported communication and collaborations among community members to build a healthier Tenderloin.