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Cancelled: Commission on the Status of Women Meeting

October 10, 2019 at 6:00 PM

Agenda

First District: Jan Blalock, Joanne M. Brown
Second District: Trisha Almond (Chair), Caitlin Quinn (Officer-at-Large)
Third District: Lorena Barrera (Vice-Chair)
Fourth District: Leticia Padilla, Dianna MacDonald
Fifth District: Ariana Diaz De Leon, Jessica Wood, Peggy Rogers

  1. CALL TO ORDER – INTRODUCTIONS – MISSION STATEMENT
  2. APPROVAL OF THE OCTOBER 10, 2019 AGENDA
    Due to the requirements of the Brown Act, only changing the order of, or deletion of items may be allowed. New items may not be added.
  3. PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDIZED ITEMS
    Public comment is limited to three minutes per topic, unless otherwise noted.
  4. COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCEMENTS
    Commissioners to provide any Commission-related announcements, report on communications with supervisors and also announce any tabling opportunities.
  5. OPENINGS AND APPOINTMENTS
    1. Chair will report out on openings.
  6. PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDIZED ITEMS
    Public comment is limited to three minutes per topic, unless otherwise noted.
  7. PRESENTATIONS - Madeleine Keegan-O’Connell
    Commissioners will hear from Madeleine Keegan-O’Connell, Chief Executive Officer for YWCA Sonoma County
  8. REGULAR CALENDAR ITEMS
    1. Report on Administrative ResponsibilitiesAlmond, Barrera, Quinn
      Officers will go over various administrative items.
    2. Champions for Children - Wood
      Discussion and possible action on supporting the Champions for Children Event through a sponsorship opportunity.
    3. Association of California Commissions for Women - Blalock
      Discussion and possible action on attending the ACCW Conference being held in San Jose on November 2, 2019
    4. Billboard Campaign - Blalock
      Discussion and possible action to support the Sonoma County Human Trafficking Task Force through a $500 contribution.
    5. Warrior Women Screening - Diaz De Leon
      Discussion and possible action to sponsor a community film screening of “Warrior Women”.
    6. Commissioner List - Almond
      Discussion on the list of past commissioners for CSW.
    7. 19th Amendment Centennial Calendar - Almond
      Discussion and possible approval to participate in the publication of the Centennial Calendar and possible approval of funding to invest in the Centennial Calendar.
  9. AD HOC COMMITTEE AND PROJECT COMMITTEE UPDATES
    Commissioners to provide reports and/or updates from the work being done by their ad hoc committee(s) and/or project committee(s).
    1. Empowerment Ad Hoc
    2. Marketing Ad Hoc
    3. Women’s Voices
    4. Junior Commissioner Project Committee
  10. COMMUNITY ISSUES, LIAISONS, AND COORDINATORS
    Commissioners to provide brief updates or ideas on the following:
    1. Association of California Commissions for Women (ACCW)
    2. By-Law Review Group
    3. Council on Aging
    4. Field Trip Ideas
    5. Human Trafficking Task Force
    6. Legislative Advisory Group
    7. National Association of Commissions for Women (NACW)
    8. National Women’s History Alliance (NWHA)
    9. Sonoma County 2020 Centennial Coalition
    10. Speaker Coordinator
  11. AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT COMMISSION MEETING
    Proposal, discussion, and possible action items for next Commission meeting.
    • Access to donations - Quinn and Wood
    • 4C’s event purchasing paperwork
    • Guest Speakers (3): Veteran & Active Duty Women, “Women in the Military” 
  12. ADJOURNMENT

Agendas and Materials

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Public Comment

Any member of the audience desiring to address the Commission on a matter on the agenda: Please walk to the public speaker’s table and after receiving recognition from the Chair, please state your name and make your comments. In order that all interested parties have an opportunity to speak, please be brief and limit your comments to the subject under discussion. Each person is usually granted 3 minutes to speak; time limitations are at the discretion of the Chair. While members of the public are welcome to address the Commission, under the Brown Act, Commission members may not deliberate or take action on items not on the agenda, and generally may only listen.

Disabled Accommodation: If you have a disability which requires an accommodation, an alternative format, or requires another person to assist you while attending this meeting, please contact the Deputy Clerk at sococsw@sonoma-county.org, as soon as possible to ensure arrangements for accommodation.

Contact Information

Commission on the Status of Women
Human Resources Department
County of Sonoma
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Address
Sonoma County Administration Building
575 Administration Drive
Suite 116B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.464975, -122.725632
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