Tyrone Navarro is the President of the Board of Directors of IFR. Joining the board in 2005, Tyrone previously served as Treasurer and Co-President. As Chair of the Finance Committee, Tyrone played a principal role in fundraising efforts garnering private sector contributions in excess of $30,000. Tyrone has worked in the public sector since 1995, and currently serves as Principal Administrative Analyst for the Real Estate Department at the Port of San Francisco.
Prior to his work at the Port, Tyrone serve as Operations Manager for the Department of Public Health, Ambulatory Care / Community Program where he managed the real estate portfolio for community-based mental health clinics, oversaw a $25M budget, and managed facilities, capital improvement, and centralized procurement projects. He has served on a number bay area non-profit boards, and currently serves as Chief Governance Officer for Project Management Institute San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, and as a Planning Commissioner for the City of American Canyon.
Tyrone obtained his Bachelor’s degree at UC Berkeley, and his Master’s in Business Administration from University of San Francisco. He enjoys an active lifestyle of running, biking and swimming and is a self-confessed geek. He lives in San Francisco and American Canyon with his wife, where they enjoy independent films, dining, gardening, volunteering and large family gatherings.