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About The Urban Collaborative Project
Committed to helping our neighborhoods thrive...
The Urban Collaborative Project is an community effort consisting of a series of action teams using data to identify major disparities within our community. With that information in mind these teams create action plans research and solutions designed to address our disparities focusing on health education and art and infrastructure.

This " community healing process" is designed to build capacity by encouraging  training and supporting local residents to identify and solve our own community issues. 

Brian Pollard
Urban Collaborative Project
www.ucproject.org
619.392.0203 

Our Board of Directors


Nancy Gannon Hornberger:
Nancy Gannon Hornberger is President & CEO of SAY San Diego. SAY San Diego provides multiservice solutions that strengthen youth, families, and communities with a vision of opportunity, equity, and well-being. Nancy is nationally recognized for more than three decades of experience in social justice, public policy, system reform, and human service and received a commendation from President Bill Clinton in 1996. Prior to joining SAY San Diego, she was executive director of the Coalition for Juvenile Justice (1999­-2013) and held leadership positions with the National Crime Prevention Council and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Nancy also serves the community as a member of the Leadership Table of the City Heights Partnership for Children, the Advisory Board for San Diego State University School of Social Work, and the Citizen Review Panel and Prevention-Early Intervention Committee of the California State Child Welfare Council.


Lynn Sharp-Underwood:
Lynn Sharpe-Underwood has been working with youth or on youth issues in the City of San Diego. Most recently, Lynn has been the Executive Director of the City of San Diego’s 20-member Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention. While with the Commission  she focused on facilitating strategic collaborations to impact gang violence within the City. Sharpe Underwood worked to implement or facilitate Commission and Community initiatives such as its Safe Passage Program, Collaborative curfew sweep program and the Compassion Project. 




R. Daniel Hernandez:
R. Daniel Hernandez is the Director of Community Relations for San Ysidro Health and possesses almost 45 years of extensive experience in developing a wide variety of outreach, community awareness and promotional programs for the corporate and non-profit sector. His abilities and proficiencies include grassroots outreach, issue advocacy, political strategy and fundraising, economic and community development, public relations, marketing and advertising, media relations, and special event management. 






Rosa Anna Lozado