The TTL is a state-of-the-art technology training center with 36 drop-in computer work-stations; a wide range of basic, intermediate, and workshop style computer classes; one-on-one technology training; computer repair sessions, and other special events.


Established in 2008, the Tenderloin Technology Lab (TTL) emerged in response to a critical need for technology training and digital access for our city's most vulnerable members. Formed as a partnership between St. Anthony's Foundation (SAF) and San Francisco Network Ministries (SFNM), this collaboration brought together nearly 100 years of experience in the Tenderloin working alongside our poorest brothers and sisters to inspire health, hope, and human dignity. In September 2013, St. Anthony's Foundation assumed full control of Tenderloin Technology Lab.


All services offered at the Tenderloin Technology Lab are free.




Eliza Oak

Instructional Coordinator

Eliza is originally from Buffalo, New York and recently graduated from College of the Holy Cross with a BA in English and Peace and Conflict Studies. Eliza has served similar populations during her time working at a domestic violence shelter and a nonprofit connecting low income individuals with music. Eliza enjoys running, hiking, trying to see the golden gate bridge and creeping on dog parks with no dog.  Eliza is taking part in a year of service through Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Through JVC she is an Instructional Coordinator at Tenderloin Technology Lab where she will be leading workshops, teaching Basic & Intermediate Computer Skills classes throughout the year.

Alec Chavez

Program Coordinator

Alec is the Program Assistant of the Tenderloin Technology Lab. He is originally from Bakersfield, Ca and graduated from Northern Arizona University with a BS in Marketing. Before coming to work for the Tenderloin Technology Lab, Alec worked with the African Advocacy Network as a legal assistant. Alec enjoys reading, writing screenplays, and volunteering. 

Atilua Matini

Program Assistant

Erika Delacruz

Educational Coordinator

Erika is originally from Riverside, Ca and graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Women and Gender studies from San Francisco State University. In her role as Educational Coordinator, she teaches Basic and Intermediate Computer Skills classes and enjoys connecting with folks through community outreach. Before transitioning to St. Anthony’s, she worked as a Program Coordinator, who mentored kindergarten through fifth grade learners in the world of after school programs. When she’s not at work you can find her taking care of her 18 plants, reading autobiographies, watching Bravo, and practicing yoga.

Sam Millward-Zoll

IT Coordinator

Sam is the IT Coordinator of the Tenderloin Technology Lab. He is a San Francisco native who loves giving back to his community. Before coming to work for Tenderloin Technology Lab, Sam worked as an after school teacher who specialized in science. He worked with the Exploritorium to help bring science lessons into more after school programs. Sam also works for Guest Services in the Saint Anthony's Dining Room. Sam is a man of many talents and is most commonly known for coining the term "Eureka!". On his down time, Sam loves to cook and would be happy to share some recipes.

Amanda Brown


Amanda graduated from Saint Mary's College of California with a degree in Sociology, and immediately fell in love with non-profit work. While a student at Saint Mary's, Amanda worked as an Intercultural Development Leader, educating the community about cultural competence and social justice. She also has a background in academic intervention and is excited to bring her skills here to the Tech Lab. In her free time she can often be found watching movies, eating food or going out with her friends and family.

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Tenderloin Technology Lab is a progam within the St. Anthony Foundation