Director, University Community Partnerships
Wylie has significant experience working with nonprofit community organizations both locally and internationally on health and social issues. She has spent the last 10 years managing community health programs in San Francisco. Prior to joining UCSF as the University Community Partnerships Director, she managed the California Pacific Medical Center Community Health Programs where she focused on partnerships between the Medical Center and the San Francisco communities. She also served at the San Francisco Department of Public Health where she was instrumental in developing numerous City-wide plans and innovative programs to address the needs of the underserved in diverse communities.
She co-chaired the Asian & Pacific Islander Health Parity Coalition and currently sits on the Steering Committee. She is active on a number of Citywide initiatives including the Community Benefits Partnership and Building a Healthier San Francisco Assessment Committee.
Wylie grew up in Southeast Asia and has lived and worked in Papua New Guinea, Thailand and China. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley, Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and Masters in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Manager, University Community Partnerships
Randy has worked with community-based organizations throughout his career. Focusing on bringing resources to underserved communities Randy came to UCSF with experience working with diverse immigrant communities, homeless advocates, community leaders and elected officials.
After graduate school, he joined the New York Immigration Coalition as the Civic and Electoral Participation Program Coordinator, where he managed the organization's highly successful immigrant voter registration program and voter education and mobilization campaign. He also managed the 2004 New Americans Exit Poll, which specifically gauged immigrant-voter turnout and attitudes in New York City. Randy also served as the Director of Community Relations for the New York City Department of Homeless Services where he worked to ensure that the agency was a good neighbor and all of the facilities throughout New York City were community assets.
Randy grew up in New York City's Washington Heights neighborhood. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and his Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.