Trevor was named one of the World’s Top 50 Leaders in Diversity by the Global Diversity List, of which The Economist Group was a Founding Member in 2015.
Trevor and husband Adrian are renters who live in the Mission with their dogs Juliet and Milos.
Trevor is a SFUSD public school teacher, a union member with the United Educators
of San Francisco, and a nationally recognized LGBTQ+ civil rights activist with the
proven experience of taking on tough fights and winning.
He's running for Supervisor because City Hall is broken and D9 is demanding commonsense solutions for change that only an outsider can bring. Trevor has proven experience of taking on tough fights and winning, and he knows that we can deliver clean streets, safer neighborhoods, thriving small businesses, and fight for our progressive values at the same time. Because we deserve a city that works.
TRUST TREVOR TO...
Prioritize safe and clean streets
by ending open air drug dealing, holding drug dealers accountable, and getting those struggling with addiction and mental health off the streets and into the treatment and shelter they need.
Support our small businesses
by ending the corrupt permitting system that favors the wealthy who can afford to pay well-connected permit expediters.
Hold our School Board accountable
and ensure they are part of the solution to help our teachers and students succeed.
Hold dangerous drivers accountable
and remove police from traffic enforcement by advocating for red light and speed cameras.
Support a community policing model
that is only possible by having a fully staffed SFPD.
Reinforce San Francisco’s sanctuary city status
so we remain a beacon of hope around the country and the world.
Take on the City Hall bureaucracy
fight corrupt contracting, and help empower more D9 residents to access good-paying City jobs.
Join Team Trevor today.