Fernando Martí has been the Director of Community Planning at Asian Neighborhood Design since 2004. Fernando’s work at AND includes community-based plans for San Francisco's Eastern Neighborhoods; affordable housing and community economic development policies; and urban design for the Mission BART Plazas and the Chinatown Central Subway Station. He is also a licensed architect, recently completing the renovation of a 21-unit Chinatown building as SF’s first community land trust cooperative. He has over 15 years of experience working on custom green homes, affordable multifamily residential, and structures for spiritual communities. Fernando is the recipient of the Frederick P. Rose Architectural Fellowship, and teaches design studios at U.C. Berkeley and USF. He works with local community organizing efforts as a board member of PODER and of the Center for Political Education. Fernando was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and has made the Bay Area his home since 1990.