First 5 San Mateo County
First 5 San Mateo County promotes positive outcomes for children and their families through strategic investments, community leadership, and effective partnerships.
MEETING & LOCATION
4th Monday of each month, 4:00 - 6:00PM, San Mateo County Office of Education, 101 Twin Dolphin Drive, 1st Floor Conference Room, Redwood City, CA 94065
|David J. Canepa||Member||NA||Board of Supervisors|
|Iliana Rodriguez||Menber||01/10/2014||N/A||Board of Supervisors|
|Louise Rogers, Vice-Chair||Member||07/01/2015||N/A||Chief, Health System|
|Anne Campbell||Member||06/16/2010||N/A||Superintendent of Schools|
|Michael Garb, Chair||Public Member||09/11/2012||12/31/2018||Former CEO, StarVista|
|Lee Michelson||Public Member||03/15/2011||12/31/2017||Public Member (Sequoia Healthcare District)|
|Sandra Phillips-Sved||Public Member||07/21/2015||12/31/2018||Principal, San Mateo Park Elementary School|
|Pam Frisella||Public Member||09/01/2015||12/31/2018||Former Redwood City Council Member|
|Neel Patel, M.D.||Public Member||01/27/2015||12/31/2018||Public Member|
Nine members consisting of one member of the Board of Supervisors, County Health System Chief, Director of the County Human Services Agency, the County Superintendent of Schools, and five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors from among the following categories: recipients of project services included in the county strategic plan; educators specializing in early childhood development; representatives of a local child care resource or referral agency or a local child care coordinating group; representatives of a local organization for prevention of early intervention for families at risk; representatives of community-based organizations that have the goal of promoting nurturing and early childhood development; representatives of local school districts; and representatives of local medical, pediatric or obstetric associations or societies. Members must be residents of San Mateo County.
Three years; serving at the pleasure of the Board, no more than two consecutive terms.
Conduct annual review of adopted Strategic Plan guidelines supporting the improvement of early childhood development within San Mateo County, revise the plan as necessary or appropriate, and conduct an annual financial audit and report. The Commission presents these items for approval at a public hearing.
Five members representing various stakeholders are appointed by the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors.
California Children and Families First Act of 1998 and Section 130300 et. seq. of the Health and Safety Code; San Mateo County Ordinance 3889, adopted March 9, 1999, adding Chapter 2.70 consisting of Sections 2.70.010 through 2.70.080 of the San Mateo County Ordinance Code.