Yuen named executive officer of Superior Court

T. Michael Yuen, chief financial officer of San Francisco Superior Court, has been named its executive officer and will manage 590 employees, oversee the $90 million budget and implement court policies and procedures.

Yuen was selected by the court’s 52 judges and replaces interim CEO Claire A. Williams.

Yuen became the court’s CFO in June 2008. He has worked as a senior fiscal and policy analyst with the Mayor’s Office of Public Policy and Finance.

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