Carlo works as an Operations Support Admin for San Francisco Public Works in the Office of Finance and Administration – Information Technology. He is a HUGE nerd when it comes to fantasy and sci-fi.
Ramses Alvarez is a Community Relations Specialist for San Francisco Public Works. In his role, he wears many hats, but ultimately his job is to tell people how Public Works is making San Francisco a more clean, green and beautiful place to call home. Prior to joining Public Works, he spent time as a Public Relations Executive for a variety of tech companies. He started his career as a broadcast journalist. Outside of work, he likes pina coladas and getting caught in the rain.
Jordyn Aquino serves as a business analyst for Public Works Information Technology (IT) division in Finance & Administration. In this role, she is responsible for developing business requirements for innovative technology solutions, which allows Public Works to deliver its core services. When she’s not go-getting AT work, you’ll find Jordyn working OUT and planning her upcoming wedding!
Marcia is a Project Manager and also manages the curb ramp program for Public Works.
She enjoys working with horses and on old houses.
Jonathan Gomwalk is a program analyst for the Bureau of Street Environmental Services. He is responsible for the Pit Stop Program, the City Can Clean-Up program and other cleaning crews around the city.
When not at work he enjoys waterfalls, creeks, lakes, rivers and oceans.
Miguel is a Civil Engineer for Public Works and designs streets for everyone to enjoy. From making sure our sidewalks are accessible to increasing safety for pedestrians and cyclists, he is always striving to achieve “Universal Design” in order to ensure that everyone who lives in and visits San Francisco can appreciate the full potential of this beautiful city.
Miguel enjoys activities that start with the letter B: Bikes, Barbeque, Beaches and Being excellent to each other (Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure – 1989). He is a father of 3 wonderful daughters.
Natasha Reed is a licensed civil engineer in the Structural Section at San Francisco Public Works. This San Francisco native loves to have fun and try new things. She also won Ms. Versatility at the 2018 Golden Goat Awards for her role as host on San Francisco Public Works TV.
Ellen Wong is an engineer at San Francisco Public Works. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her Frenchie, exploring scenic bike routes, and discovering local restaurants.