CSAC Announces First Institute Fellows
Fourteen California county officials have graduated from the inaugural fellows program of the CSAC Institute for Excellence in County Government. The Fellows Seminar provides participants the opportunity to explore the intersections of leadership, management and politics in addressing ambiguous and enduring programs in county government.
Pictured, top row from left, are Bill Chiat, Institute Dean and course instructor; Larry Johnston, Mono County Supervisor; Kevin Mallen, Yuba County Community Development Director; Phillip Smith-Hanes, Humboldt County Administrative Officer; Terry Daly, El Dorado County Administrative Officer; Kimberly Kerr, El Dorado County Interim Department of Transportation Director; Robert Williams, Tehama County Supervisor; Mary Kirlin, DPA, CSU Sacramento Associate Professor and course instructor; and Matt Cate, CSAC Executive Director.
Bottom row from left, Rick Haffey, Nevada County Executive Officer; Stephen Monaghan, Nevada County Chief Information Officer; Carmel Angelo, Mendocino County Chief Executive Officer; Connie Juarez-Diroll, San Mateo County Legislative Coordinator; Terry Woodrow, Alpine County Supervisor; and Scott De Moss, Merced County Deputy County Executive Officer.
Not pictured are Tara Flores, Yuba County Information Technology Manager; and Doug McCoy, Yuba County Administrative Services Director.