Del Seymour has been a member of The Tenderloin community for the past 30 years. He is a leader in the neighborhood, working closely with Glide Memorial Church, St. Antony’s, Swords to Plowshares and is Co-chair of San Francisco's Local Homeless Coordinating Board. Mr. Seymour founded Tenderloin Walking Tours six years ago in order to “present the Tenderloin in a favorable setting. Del also founded Code Tenderloin in 2015. Code Tenderloin is a start-up workforce development and job-readiness program that was started by Del Seymour in 2015. We place residents of the Tenderloin neighborhood into entry-level jobs and internships at San Francisco's Mid-Market tech companies and other local businesses. Some of our corporate partners include Zendesk, Twitter, Dolby, Zendesk, Spotify, LinkedIn and Yammer. Since our inception in September, 2015 we have had great success placing people into full-time employment (mostly nonprofit, service jobs, couple in tech). We deal with formerly homeless, formerly incarcerated, veterans, low-income, people in recovery and even people with 4-year degrees.