One beauty of CSAC is its diversity. We are as diverse as California itself – geographically, politically and demographically. For CSAC to be truly reflective in policy development, though, it is important for us to be a reflection of the state residents we all represent. In that light, our officers enthusiastically supported the recent creation of the Latino Caucus of California Counties.
Day Two of CSAC’s 118th Annual Meeting is going strong. The day started on the right foot with a very insightful and candid look at Congress by Washington Post political columnist Ezra Klein. And while the tone was somewhat pessimistic, Klein did provide county officials with a kernel of hope that, at least in California [...]
Simon Sinek believes in why. In fact, he emphatically believes it’s what separates great leaders from the rest of us. This afternoon, Sinek brought his beliefs to CSAC, kicking off the Association’s 118th Annual Meeting in Long Beach, Los Angeles County.
They came from throughout California — 54 strong as they prepare for their new role as county supervisor. They came together this morning in Los Angeles County for the first of two days of instruction in the CSAC New Supervisors Institute. Before listening to panels consisting of current supervisors, county administrators and county counsels , [...]
Each year during the planning phase of the CSAC Annual Meeting, we try to add some new events that enhance the value of the conference. This year, there are a few events that we urge attendees to take full advantage of – both taking place prior to the official Kick-Off Session.