As CEO, Iglesias is responsible for leading the organization’s 300 dedicated staff and $20 million annual budget, providing holistic support services to over 8,000 individuals and families, including high-quality early education, pioneering youth programming, robust senior citizen services and financial and career empowerment. In addition, he oversees $125 million in assets, including the management of major affordable housing and community real estate like the Fruitvale Transit Village—a nationally recognized transit-oriented development project.
Over the last six years, Iglesias’ leadership has led to the organization’s financial growth, including a reinvigoration of the business model and real estate portfolio. He has been instrumental in:
• Securing $58 million in funding for 90+ units of affordable housing for families and veterans at the Fruitvale Transit Village;
• The revitalization of TUC’s early education programming through the City of Oakland’s Early/Head Start Program;
• Institutionalizing Oakland’s Latino Men & Boys program—a key project of President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, in partnership with the Oakland Unified School District and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff; and
• Partnering with residents and small business owners to preserve and enhance the neighborhood’s unique cultural identity and vitality.
Iglesias, an Oakland native, is a recognized public sector leader with a longstanding career in the Bay Area. Prior to joining TUC, he served as San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Senior Advisor on Jobs and Contracting Programs. He also served as the Executive Director of San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission and the Founding Director of CityBuild—San Francisco’s nationally recognized construction workforce program aimed at training residents for public and private construction projects.
Iglesias currently serves on the Job and Housing Coalition and SPUR Oakland Board, as well as on the Oakland Thrives Leadership Council. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from San Jose State University, where he played NCAA Division I FBS Football as a wide-receiver.
Oakland CA 94601