D4 Youth Council

D4 Youth Council

The goal of the District 4 Youth Council is to create opportunities for youth to share their ideas on how to address issues facing their community, the Sunset District, and the City. Our youth offer valuable insights and ideas, and the District 4 Youth Council will shine a light on the priorities shared by the youth in our community.

For more information about the District 4 Youth Council, please contact Ashley Summers at (415) 554-7460 or ashley.summers@sfgov.org.  

Meet Our 2017 D4 Youth Council

Alex Sima
A.P. Giannini Middle School
Brett Choy
St. Ignatius College Prep
Fun Fact: Brett loves to go fishing.

Connor Nakamura
Lick Wilmerding High School
Fun Fact: Connor enjoys collecting comic books.

Fontanna Yee
Lowell High School
Josh Park
Lowell High School
Fun Fact:  Josh started his policy "career" with Proposition F, also known as "Vote16".


Judy Shamshikh
St. Ignatius College Prep
Fun Fact: Judy speaks three languages including English, Spanish, and Arabic. 


Kavi Rajalingam
Lowell High School
Fun Fact: Kavi has been learning South Indian classical dance, Bharatnatyam, for 9 1/2 years. She has performed in many places around the Bay Area.

Lynda Ly
Lowell High School
Fun Fact:  Lynda wants to become a pediatrician.
Madeline Yap
Presidio Middle School
Fun Fact: Madeline is a competitive fencer and was third in the U.S for her age group.
Normando Macaraeg
Lowell High School
Fun Fact: Normando took a semester-long Mandarin class at A.P. Giannini, but the only thing he remembers is how to say "milk tea".
Owen Veit
St. Ignatius College Prep
Fun Fact: Owen plays the piano and the guitar.
Rachel Zheng
Crystal Springs Upland School
Fun Fact: Rachel has been working on an astrophysics research project at UC Santa Cruz for 2 years.


Ryan Choy
Holy Name School
Fun Fact: Ryan is on the San Francisco Little League All Stars team. 


Sophie Li
A.P. Giannini Middle School
Fun Fact: Sophie likes to go camping.

Tiffany Hue
St. Ignatius College Prep
Fun Fact: Tiffany was crowned Miss Outstanding Teen Chinatown 2017.