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BASF Pipeline Programs Manager Selected as Member to Equity Advisory Committee for San Francisco Human Rights Commission

 

April 1, 2009 – San Francisco -- The Bar Association of San Francisco recently announced that its Diversity Pipeline Program Manager, Daisy J. Hung, was selected to be a charter member of the Equity Advisory Committee for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission.

 According to the City and County of San Francisco Web site, in early 2009, the Human Rights Commission Chair consolidated the Commission’s Issues Advisory Committee and Employment Advisory Committee, forming the Equity Advisory Committee.  The new committee is expected to alert and make timely recommendations to the Commission on issues affecting the citizens of San Francisco including, but not limited to, human trafficking, homelessness, environmental justice, immigration, healthcare, senior quality of life, youth and education, criminal justice, housing access, workforce, diversity and equality of opportunity.  The Commission consists of 11 members appointed by the Mayor.

Former BASF Board Member L. Julius M. Turman of Morgan Lewis & Bockius is the chair of the Equity Advisory Committee.


The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) is a nonprofit voluntary membership organization of over 8,000 attorneys, law students and legal professionals in the Bay Area. Founded in 1872, BASF is one of the largest and most dynamic metropolitan bar associations in the U.S., with a long and distinguished record of community action, public service and service to the legal profession.

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