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NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
NALP Boards and Commissions Webinar Spring 2013
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  • 1. Proving Ground: Appointed Commission Service and Your Political Trajectory Laurie Jones Neighbors Movement and Leadership Strategist San Francisco, CA
  • 2. Boards & Commissions Starters • Civic engagement includes voting, participating in community meetings, providing public comment, engaging in delegations to decision makers, and serving on appointed boards, commissions, and committees. • All of those items can prepare you for elected office. • Today we’re going to focus on appointed boards and commissions service at the local, county, regional, and state levels. Photo Credit: SF Examiner
  • 3. Historically Speaking Local boards and commissions first became popular in the late 19th Century as a response to the corrupt “big city bosses” that ruled American cities during that time period. Reformers sought to decrease power and influence by highly partisan and self-advancing politicians. They wanted a system by which key government decisions would be made by boards and commissions comprised of citizen experts who would, they hoped, apply their expertise for the greater good of society.
  • 4. Possibilities of Power & Influence Provide advice to electeds, departments, programs, or other boards and commissions. Hear and decide upon appeals. Enact regulations and establish policy. Hire and fire agency staff members.
  • 5. • What are the opportunities? • What are the term limitations? • What is the compensation, if any? • When and where are the meetings? • What is the time commitment? • Who appoints, confirms, removes? TheLayoftheLand
  • 6. Who Appoints? Who Confirms? Who Removes? Mayor Governor City Manager City Council Rules Committee Senate Board of Supervisors Commissioners Agency Executives
  • 7. What are the strategies for getting appointed? Decision Makers (Appointers and Confirmers) Inside Influencers (Appointment Secretaries, Department Staff, Current Commissioners) Outside Influencers (Community Organizations, Labor Groups, Business Organizations, etc.)
  • 8. • How might you influence? • Where (and how much) is the money? • What is the potential for network building? • What are the possibilities as a proving ground and/or pipeline? • Where are the potential pitfalls? DrillingDown
  • 9. PROVING GROUND Technical Knowledge Political Knowledge Procedural Knowledge PIPELINE & PITFALLS Historical Mapping Current Contentions NETWORK
  • 10. Berkeley Commission on Labor (appointed) Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board (elected) Photo Credit: Henna Trewn Igor Tregub
  • 11. Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women (appointed) Franklin- McKinley School District Board (elected) Photo Credit: Boa Thien Ngo Buu Thai
  • 12. Christina Olague San Francisco Planning Commission (appointed) San Francisco Board of Supervisors (appointed) Photo Credit: Like Thomas, Fog City Journal
  • 13. Jovanka Beckles Richmond, CA Economic Development Commission (appointed) Richmond Planning Commission (appointed) Richmond City Council (elected) Photo Credit: Ashley Hopkinson
  • 14. Jessie Ulibarri Denver GLBT Commission (appointed) Denver Human Rights and Human Relations Board (appointed) Colorado Senate (elected) Photo Credit: Politics365
  • 15. Eric Swalwell Dublin, CA Heritage & Cultural Arts Commission (appointed) Dublin, CA Planning Commission (appointed) Dublin, CA City Council (elected) US House of Representatives (elected) Photo Credit: Carlos Avila Gonzalez
  • 16. • African American Board Leadership Institute (Los Angeles) • Alameda Labor Council (California) • California Women Lead (California) • Institute for Women in Public Life (St. Louis) • Liberty Hill Foundation (Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana, and Eastern Coachella Valley) • Nexus Community Partners (Minneapolis/Saint Paul) • Orange County Labor Federation (California) • Sacramento Housing Alliance (California) • Hispanas Organized for Political Equity (HOPE) (California) • Urban Habitat (San Francisco Bay Area) • Virginia Leadership Institute (Arlington) • And I’m sure many others … AppointmentsTraining
  • 17. Laurie Jones Neighbors San Francisco, CA ljneighbors@gmail.com 415/200-6743 website: www.ljneighbors.com @ljneighbors

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