Thor Kaslofsky Named Executive Director of the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure

Kaslofsky selected after 11-month national search by the Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure

San Francisco, CA – Today, the Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure announced that Thor Kaslofsky will serve, effective May 2, 2022, as the new Executive Director for the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII). Kaslofsky was selected by the five-member body after a more than 11-month long search conducted by the Commission with the assistance of m/Oppenheim Executive Search.

Prior to his selection, Kaslofsky served as principal and founder of Kaslofsky and Associates, where he focused on social and equitable development projects involving public, private, and nonprofit parties, including serving as Development Director for Maximus Real Estate Partners on their Parkmerced project, and Project Manager for the Hunters Point Shipyard at OCII. Additionally, Kaslofsky has served on various nonprofit boards of directors in San Francisco in the areas of arts, culture, historic societies, and affordable housing. 

“I am honored to be selected for this role,” said Thor Kaslofsky, incoming Executive Director of the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure. “I am looking forward to working collaboratively with the OCII Commission and staff, all City Departments, and our diverse communities in San Francisco to continue to deliver vitally needed housing, jobs, economic development opportunities, community benefits, and new neighborhoods.” 

“The Commission is very excited with this selection, said Miguel Bustos, Chair of the OCII Commission. “Thor brings years of experience having worked with community leaders, nonprofit organizations, and developers on a wide range of projects and issues. We are confident that he will lead OCII with a strong vision focused on equity and delivering on the promises made to many of our communities.” 

OCII serves as the authorized successor entity to the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and oversees the development of three San Francisco neighborhoods: Hunters Point Shipyard/Candlestick Point, Mission Bay, and Transbay. Through its work, OCII facilitates the development of tens of thousands of housing units, including affordable housing, new public parks and open space, community amenities, and infrastructure on over 1,100 acres of land.

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