Tina Olson’s career has been distinguished by her leadership in attaining financial sustainability through adopting financial policies, long-term financial and capital planning and identifying creative solutions to finance operating expenses and capital projects. These innovative projects include developing the San Francisco waterfront for commercial and public use to enhance revenues for the Port and obtaining financing to replace the City of Pleasanton’s City Hall.
Prior to joining the City of Pleasanton in 2015, she worked for the City of Pittsburg for five years as the Director of Finance and Administration and the City and County of San Francisco for 15 years in a variety of finance leadership positions, including the Deputy Director of Finance and Administration for the Port of San Francisco. Tina began her career working for the Harvey Rose Accountancy Corporation as a consultant to local government conducting studies aimed at improving government operations.
Tina earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz and a Masters in Public Administration from San Francisco State University.