San Francisco Port Welcomes
Monique Moyer as new Port Executive Director
Monique Meyer was confirmed by the Port
Commission and officially sworn in by Mayor Gavin Newsom as
Executive Director of the Port of San Francisco on
Wednesday, May 5, 2004. In her new role, she is responsible
for all Port operations and activities placed under the
jurisdiction of the Port Commission.
As Executive Director, Ms. Moyer manages
five Port divisions including Maritime; Real Estate;
Planning & Development; Engineering & Maintenance; and
Finance & Administrative Services. In addition, under the
Executive Office, the Communications Department, Government
Affairs Department, Environmental Health & Safety and the
Port’s General Counsel each report directly to Ms. Moyer.
“We are extremely fortunate to have Ms.
Moyer join us at the Port,” said Wilfred Hsu, President of
the Port Commission. “The depth of her financial and
business expertise, along with her demonstrated leadership
qualities will be of great value to the Port. We look
forward to working with her.”
Prior to joining the Port of San
Francisco, Ms. Moyer served as the Director of the Mayor’s
Office of Public Finance & Business Affairs, City & County
of San Francisco. She was appointed to manage the department
by then-Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr. in February 1997 and
continues to advise Mayor Gavin Newsom on multiple financial
matters affecting the City and County of San Francisco.
Port property includes 7½ miles of San Francisco Bay
shoreline stretching from Hyde Street Pier in the north to
India Basin in the south. The Port’s mission is to promote
maritime commerce, navigation, and fisheries; restoring the
environment and providing public recreation.
The San Francisco Port Commission meets
regularly on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 3:00
p.m., unless otherwise noticed, on the second floor of the
Ferry Building on the Embarcadero, near the foot of Market