Andrew Bryant


Andrew Bryant | MJMMG

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BA | Psychology
SF State University

Leadership San Francisco | SFChamber of Commerce

Andrew Bryant is MJMMG’s President. He oversees day-to-day operations of the company’s public space projects. His responsibilities include client relations, government relations, and oversight of contract implementation and compliance. Andrew works closely with our clients on developing management and operations plans, as well as on management structures. His notable projects include work on the formation of a transit centered benefit district in San Francisco, the VIA Villa Centro Plaza plan in San Antonio, and the East Village Green Open Space in San Diego.

Andrew joined MJMMG in June of 2009. Prior to that, he worked for Forest City Development in San Francisco on the redevelopment of the new San Francisco Centre. On that project, he assisted the development team in their negotiations with city agencies before, during, and after the entitlement process, supported the community outreach process, and worked collaboratively with neighborhood groups and with community-based organizations.

Andrew also worked in non-profit administration, both as a logistics manager for large scale fundraising, and as a volunteer program coordinator for the volunteer center at San Francisco State University.

He serves as Vice Chair of the Iron Horse Trail Advisory Committee that improves the expansive Iron Horse trail system in Contra Costa County. He has held leadership positions on several boards of directors, including the Fifth and Mission Yerba Buena Garage, South of Market Childcare Center, Yerba Buena Alliance and other community boards. In addition to his board work, Andrew has been active in Democratic Clubs, including a board position with the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club. He has received awards and recognition for his volunteer efforts in both political and non-profit arenas.
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