As Assessor-Recorder of San Francisco, Phil Ting is a solutions-focused, innovative reformer whose efforts have enabled him to generate over $135 million in new revenue for San Francisco. Ting was appointed and later elected in 2005, becoming the city's highest-ranking Chinese-American official.
An avid champion for innovative and good government policies, Ting launched GoSolarSF (San Francisco's first municipal solar energy incentive program); spearheaded efforts to help homeowners and tenants facing foreclosure; and introduced groundbreaking Real Estate Watchdog legislation aimed at capturing unreported changes of ownership. Ting also chairs the Advisory Board for ChinaSF - a partnership dedicated to economic development by making San Francisco the gateway for Chinese companies establishing Bay Area operations.
He is currently president of the Bay Area Assessors Association, serves on several boards, and is a graduate of UC Berkeley and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He lives in San Francisco's Sunset District with his wife, Susan Sun and their daughter, Isabella.
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