Rymo Cortado serves as SNBC’s Case Manager. He was born and raised in San Francisco and is the proud father of three boys. He graduated from John O’Connell High School, which was once located in the Sunset District at what is now Sunset Elementary. Rymo has been working closely with at-risk youth since 2002.
Rymo’s day-to-day duties include mentoring youth at A.P. Giannini Middle School; he works closely with school administration to support at-risk students. In addition to handling juvenile justice matters and facilitating conflict mediation, Rymo conducts a weekly boys group and one-on-one mentoring sessions with students.
Rymo is passionate about hip hop and the arts and is an accomplished musician.