CSAC Elects Officers for 2020
Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett Named CSAC President
December 10, 2019
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SACRAMENTO –The California State Association of Counties® (CSAC), the statewide organization representing all 58 counties, elected its officers for 2020 at its 125th Annual Meeting in San Francisco City/County. The new officers were officially installed Thursday evening.
- President – Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett
- First Vice President – Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore
- Second Vice President – Siskiyou County Supervisor Ed Valenzuela
- Immediate Past President – Humboldt County Supervisor Virginia Bass
“California’s counties are as diverse as the many programs and services we provide,” said CSAC’s new President, Supervisor Bartlett. “Yet, there is always so much more that unites us. It is a true honor and privilege for me to lead the organization on behalf of all 58 counties during this historic anniversary year. It is CSAC’s time and I am ready to lead, along with my fellow officers to continue our success and deliver for our member counties and the 40 million residents we serve.”
“2019 was a challenging, yet successful year for CSAC and 2020 likely holds more of the same. Thanks to the vast experience and talent of our officers, I am excited that they will lead our Association through the challenges that lie ahead,” said CSAC Executive Director Graham Knaus. “As we celebrate 125 years as an Association dedicated to County government, I look forward to supporting and working together with our officers to connect California’s communities.”
Supervisor Bartlett most recently served as the CSAC’s First and Second Vice President. She has also served on the Association’s Board of Directors, Executive Committee and as Co-Vice Chair of both CSAC’s Homelessness Action Team and the Housing, Land Use and Transportation Policy Committee.
The California State Association of Counties is the voice of California’s 58 counties at the state and federal level.