ILRCSF - support, information, advocacy

Archives: Team

Brianna Sendziak

In her role as the Communities Activities Coordinator, Brianna plans social and recreational events for adults with disabilities, while establishing relationships with individuals with disabilities and other organizations working with this population, in an effort

Willia Tong

The Chinese Community Services Coordinator works with the Chinese community and people from other Asian countries who speak Cantonese, Mandarin, or English. Willia provides information and referral services, support and advocacy to consumers regarding benefits

Maria De Lourdes Richardson

The Latino Community Services Coordinator’s work often involves helping Spanish-speaking consumers navigate the various service delivery systems in San Francisco so that they are better able to obtain affordable housing, transportation, and benefits.  Maria takes a

Lana Nieves

As the Executive Director of ILRCSF, Lana Nieves works to protect the rights of people with disabilities, as well as to expand and nurture opportunities for society to become ever more accessible to all people.

Jerome Lourme

The Finance Director works closely with the Executive Director, and the Board Finance Committee. Jerome helps develop ILRCSF’s annual budget, manages the day-to-day finances of the agency, prepares for our annual financial audit, and helps

Fiona Hinze

As the Systems Change Director, Fiona Hinze dedicates her time to the development of strategies around ILRCSF’s systems change and advocacy efforts by tracking key state and local advocacy issues and by attending community committee

Marisol Ferrante

Marisol helps consumers identify the tasks they wish to perform, and the barriers to access they encounter. She provides them with different Assistive Technology options, and helps them find ways to fund the AT they

Kimberly Armstrong

As Administrative Director, Kimberly oversees ILRCSF’s Legal Services Program, provides support and staffing to the Executive Board, supervises administrative staff, serves as liaison with funders and contractors, and manages many of the day-to-day operations at

Bridgett Brown

The Economic Empowerment Coordinator helps consumers learn about their options with regards to disability and their finances – whether they are considering getting on or off benefits, going back to work, or going back to

Brandie Solovay

Brandie received a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2005, with a major in Legal Studies, and a minor in Film. Then in 2009, Brandie graduated with her J.D. from John F.