When Bernard Tyson stepped in as chairman of the Bay Area Council two years ago, the business-funded public policy group was getting results back from its annual survey showing that homelessness was a growing issue for residents from San Francisco to Oakland to San Jose.
It was perfect timing.
Kaiser Permanente, the Oakland-based health care provider and not-for-profit health insurer that Tyson leads as CEO, was prepping a $200-million campaign to fight homelessness nationwide. That campaign included…
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