Jon Osaki
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 346-1948
Executive Director Jon Osaki is a native San Franciscan and has served as the Executive Director of JCYC since 1996. During Jon's tenure as Executive Director, JCYC has grown to become one of San Francisco’s most successful youth organizations, annually serving over 5,000 children and youth from all ethnic and socio- economic backgrounds. Under Jon's leadership, JCYC's programs have received national recognition for achieving outstanding outcomes for youth and the organization is frequently called upon by the City of San Francisco to implement new initiatives for children and youth. In addition to overseeing the implementation of JCYC's current programs, Jon continues to be active in public policy development and local planning efforts focused on creating new and expanded services for children and youth. In 2006, Jon was honored by the Western Association of Educational Opportunity Personnel for providing outstanding support and guidance in efforts to restore funding for education at the federal level. In addition, he was the recipient of the KQED/Union Bank of California Asian Pacific Heritage Month Local Heroes Award. In 2007, Jon was choosen to receive the Silver SPUR award from the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR).
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 921-1841
Jon Osaki Executive Director Jon Osaki is a native San Franciscan and has served as the Executive Director of JCYC since 1996. During Jon's tenure as Executive Director, JCYC has grown to become one of San Francisco’s most successful youth organizations, annually serving over 5,000 children and youth from all ethnic and socio- economic backgrounds. Under Jon's leadership, JCYC's programs have received national recognition for achieving outstanding outcomes for youth and the organization is frequently called upon by the City of San Francisco to implement new initiatives for children and youth. In addition to overseeing the implementation of JCYC's current programs, Jon continues to be active in public policy development and local planning efforts focused on creating new and expanded services for children and youth. In 2006, Jon was honored by the Western Association of Educational Opportunity Personnel for providing outstanding support and guidance in efforts to restore funding for education at the federal level. In addition, he was the recipient of the KQED/Union Bank of California Asian Pacific Heritage Month Local Heroes Award. In 2007, Jon was chosen to receive the Silver SPUR award from the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR).