Malcolm Yeung

Executive Director at Chinatown Community Development Center

Malcolm Yeung

Malcolm Yeung

Executive Director at Chinatown Community Development Center

Biography

Malcolm started as Executive Director on April 10, 2020. Before this, Malcolm served as the Deputy Director of Programs and Policy Manager of Chinatown CDC since 2009. Malcolm graduated from Duke University in 1994 (B.S.), University of Colorado at Boulder in 1997 (M.A. History), and Berkeley Law (J.D.) in 2001. Malcolm first practiced in venture finance and patent litigation at Perkins Coie LLP and then O'Melveny and Meyers LLP before joining the Asian Law Caucus in 2003. In 2011, Malcolm took a brief vacation from Chinatown CDC where he served in the Administration of San Francisco's First Asian American Mayor, the Honorable Edwin M. Lee, for one year to launch Mayor Lee's housing programs. Malcolm was former Co-Chair of the California Coalition on Civil Rights and President of the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area. He currently serves on the Boards of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and API Council. Malcolm likes to tell bad jokes, ride his bike(s) slowly, and torture his two children by making them tell him what a great dad he is. Malcolm is co-editor of a collection of short historical essays, Chinese Americans on the American Frontier, which can only be found in the most exclusive bookstores.

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Chinatown Community Development Cente

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1

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Principal at Equity Community Builders LLC

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Director of Re Development at Eden Housing, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer at Community Housing Partnership

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Former Member, Board of Directors at Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Bridge Housing Corporation

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President & Chief Executive Officer at MidPen Housing Corporation

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Chief Executive Officer at United Way of the Bay Area

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Executive Director at Neighborhood Housing Services - Silicon Valley

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Director of Real Estate Development at East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

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Vice President Real Estate Development at Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

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Malcolm Yeung
Executive Director at Chinatown Community Development Center
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Executive Director
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THE PURPOSE OF CCDC IS TO BUILD COMMUNITY AND ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR SAN FRANCISCO RESIDENTS. THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH OUR MANY ROLES AS NEIGHBORHOOD ADVOCATES, COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS AND PLANNERS, AND DEVELOPERS AND MANAGERS OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING. CCDC EMPHASIZES A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF COMMUNITY: A QUALITY ENVIRONMENT, A HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD ECONOMY AND ACTIVE VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATIONS.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
Prior - 2017

THE NON-PROFIT HOUSING ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA IS THE COLLECTIVE VOICE OF THOSE WHO SUPPORT, BUILD AND FINANCE AFFORDABLE HOUSING. NPH PROMOTES THE PROVEN METHODS OF THE NON-PROFIT SECTOR AND FOCUSES GOVERNMENT POLICY ON HOUSING SOLUTIONS FOR LOWER INCOME PEOPLE WHO SUFFER DISPROPORTIONATELY FROM THE HOUSING CRISIS.

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