Interesting in serving on the CSAC Finance Corporation Board?
An Urban County Supervisor, a County Administrative Officer, and a Public Member seat available!
The CSAC Finance Corporation is looking for a Urban County Supervisor, a County Administrative Officer, and a Public Member to help fill a position on their Board of Directors. Applications are due by December 31st.
The Board of Directors is appointed by the CSAC Executive Committee and is comprised of an eleven-member Board consisting of: three County Supervisors (one from each population category: urban, rural, and suburban), two County Administrative Officers, two County Agency or Department Heads, CSAC’s Executive Director, and three public members. The Board meets in person twice a year in April and September and has monthly Board calls. The next Board call is in mid-December.
If you would like to be considered for the one of the Board seats on the CSAC Finance Corporation Board of Directors, please submit a letter of interest and bio or resume via email to Alan Fernandes, Chief Executive Officer, at Alan@csacfc.org The CSAC Finance Corporation Board will forward applications to the CSAC Executive Committee. The goal is for the appointment to be finalized in March 2023.
The CSAC Finance Corporation is an organization that strives to provide innovative services to California counties while generating revenue to be granted to CSAC. In FY 21-22, the CSAC Finance Corporation was able to contribute $5.1 million in grants to CSAC. Lines of business include administration and oversight of the California Statewide Communities Development Authority conduit bond issuer program, intellectual property/marketing agreements with Nationwide for deferred compensation services as well as advocacy and support of the CalTRUST, a local government investment pool. Other programs include Easy Smart Pay, a property tax payment portal, California Cannabis Authority, 211 California and more. New programs are always in development.
We have always been entrepreneurial in spirit and practice. Ideal board members are engaged, well connected among their peers, willing to help drive and promote our programs, and help propel the organization to the next level.