Glenn Eagleson

Senior Planner & Policy Analyst/Citywide Lead for TAY Services, DCYF/TAYSF
geagleson@dcyf.org | 415-554-8791

Glenn works as a Sr. Planner and Policy Analyst for Department of Children, Youth & Their Families (DCYF) overseeing youth workforce planning and also serves as the Citywide Lead for TAYSF.  His work focuses primarily on developing and supporting citywide funding and policy efforts to reach disconnected and system-involved young people.

Prior to DCYF, Glenn was the Director of Policy and Planning for the Mayor’s Office of Economic & Workforce Development where he staffed the City’s Youth Council and helped to develop several education and workforce initiatives for TAY, including RAMP and the GED+ initiative.  Previously, Glenn served as the Director of Network Services for New Ways to Work, an organization that provides technical assistance and capacity building for communities interested in developing coordinated youth workforce/education systems.  He created and staffed the Northern California Transformational Education Network and served as the Director of the Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program (MYEEP).

Glenn currently serves on the Board of the National Youth Employment Coalition and has served on San Francisco’s Reentry Council and the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council.

Daisy_profileDaisy Ozim  
sf4tay.org Communications Coordinator
dozim@taysf.org | 415-934-4843

Daisy works as the new Communications Coordinator for TAYSF. As a former advocate fellow, she is passionate about getting TAY connected to the services they need for a health transition into adulthood. Daisy grew up in Hayward and Oakland. Her family originated from Africa, and she lived in Lagos, Nigeria for a year. Daisy finished high school in San Ramon, but became involved with Larkin Street Youth Services scholarship and tutoring college program.

Daisy started at TAYSF during her last semester at City College of San Francisco, where she double majored in Biological science and behavior social sciences. Currently, Daisy is finishing her BS degree in public health and world development at SFSU. She also is involved with Adolescent Health Working Group and IGNITE political leadership for young women of color.

In the future, Daisy plans to stay in advocacy, possibly go to seven countries in seven years, and implement the changes that she learns at TAYSF–something like the Peace Corps.

mia_at-rallyMia Tu Mutch                                                                                                                              
Director of Youth Engagement  

Mia “Tu Mutch” Satya (24)-Director of Youth Engagement: Mia was born and raised in a small town in Texas and as she blossomed into a queer and trans woman she fled to California to find a safer community, which she found, but not before experiencing homelessness, discrimination, unemployment, and violence. Now, as a San Francisco based social justice educator, activist, and community organizer Mia has facilitated community conversations on LGBTQ identities at over 25 universities and has served on 10 committees in 5 City departments. While serving two terms on the San Francisco Youth Commission, Mia worked to secure Free Muni for 40,000 low-income youth and co-created a landmark LGBTQ diversity training for over 9,000 City employees.

As a service provider for 4 years, Mia coordinated wraparound services for homeless youth, internships for LGBTQ youth, and HIV prevention programs for transgender women. Now, Mia bridges her professional experience working with underserved populations and her own lived experiences with oppression to advocate for economic justice, housing rights, racial justice, and LGBTQ liberation.

Mia Satya has an associate degree in LGBT Studies from City College of San Francisco and currently studies Public Policy at Mills College as a Point Foundation Scholar.  Mia was fortunate to serve as TAY Advocate Fellow and is absolutely thrilled to use her role as Director of Young Adult Engagement to continue providing platforms for young people to engage in conversations with City Departments to inform policy decisions that impact their lives.