Our county offices of education continue to face challenging times and we need to continue to develop the growing relationship with California School Boards Association (CSBA). Both organizations, working in conjunction with CCSESA and other members in the education community, can and must continue to be the leadership with a “Voice for Education” in the minds of the California Legislature. We need your nominations to ensure that the skilled leadership of CCBE continues to provide leadership and services to county board members and enable them to help every student succeed. CCBE can be no more effective than its leadership.
The Nominating Committee is a special committee that holds the key to a successful CCBE. This committee is charged with seeking and identifying candidates qualified for office who can provide the best possible leadership for CCBE. The Nominating Committee will nominate candidates for the offices of president-elect, vice president and treasurer, subject to procedures provided in the Standing Rules.
The Nominating Committee has begun its work this year and invites you to participate in the nominating process for this year's election of the 2022 President-elect, Vice President and Treasurer. You can help us in two ways: 1) Submit a nomination form for yourself or for another member with their consent and/or 2) encourage potential candidates to run for office. If we are to continue to be a “Voice for Education,” as our motto states, CCBE needs your experience, leadership, and active participation in this process.
A potential CCBE Officer candidate:
- Have strong leadership skills, including abilities to collaborate, motivate and inspire.
- Be passionate supporters of public education and be strong advocates for county offices of education.
- Clearly understand CCBE’s role, vision, mission and values.
- Be able to devote the necessary time and attention to serve as a CCBE officer.
- Must be a current member of a county board in good standing and that board must be a member of CCBE. Candidates do not need to be a current or previous member of CSBA’s Delegate Assembly or CCBE Board of Directors.
Nomination and candidate application forms for the 2022 CCBE Officer positions must be received by CCBE no later than Saturday, July 31 by 5:00 p.m. Candidates will be scheduled for in-person or virtual interviews the weekend of Sept. 10-12. Elections will be held at the general membership breakfast meeting on December 3 held during CSBA’s Annual Education Conference in San Diego. Please click on the links below to complete and submit the nomination form, candidate application form and review the CCBE Executive Committee Roles and Responsibilities.
If you would like to be a strong voice and an integral part of CCBE and help to shape education in California for many years to come, don’t miss this exciting opportunity!
2021 Nominating Committee
The committee members are nominated and elected at CCBE’s General Membership Annual Meeting each year. The Nominating Committee is made up of seven members representing at least four geographic regions (north, central, south and coast). Six members of the committee are elected at the annual meeting by plurality and one carry-over member is selected by the previous year’s committee to provide continuity. They are expected to carry out their charge while maintaining confidentiality and impartiality throughout the process. Over the past few years, CCBE has made great strides forward under the guidance of dedicated leaders. It is the intent of the Nominating Committee to put forth nominees that will continue this tradition.
Marcy Masumoto, Fresno COE (Chair)
Juliana Feriani, Tuolumne COE
Rose Filicetti, Santa Cruz COE
Guadalupe Gonzalez, San Diego COE
Andrew Leonard, Sonoma COE
Walter Michael, Glenn COE
Heidi Weiland, El Dorado COE