Commission on the Status of Women
Provides leadership to develop policies, programs, and legislation that address the needs of women, girls, and families.
Meetings & LOCATION
4th Tuesday of most months (exceptions – no meeting in August and December) 6:30 - 8:30 PM
|Carole Groom||Board of Supervisors|
19 members: 17 adult members and two youth members who must be between the ages of 14 and 18, applications are sought representing a diversity of backgrounds and interests.
4 years, maximum of 12 years, except teen commissioners who shall serve 2 year terms.
The Commission is charged with the responsibility of assessing the needs of women and girls in the County. Acts as a resource and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors annually.
Board of Supervisors or its designee
Resolution No. 45604 adopted April 17, 1984, amended by motion February 27, 1996; Resolution No. 61601 adopted December 16, 1997; Resolution No. 61664 adopted January 27, 1998.