Executive Committee

  • The Executive Committee is a standing committee comprised of the Commission Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and up to two additional Commissioners. The Executive Committee shall set the agenda for regular Commission meetings, make recommendations to the Commission, and implement policies set by the full Commission. 

     

    Executive Committee meetings are open to the public. 

     

    Upcoming meeting dates and times TBD.

Access ad hoc Committee

  • The ad-hoc committee on access to child care is working to develop strategies for the next year based on the goals of the Master Plan. The objectives listed in the Master Plan are as follows:

     

    • Increase amount of public investment in early learning opportunities and child care options 
    • Increase the number of early learning opportunities and licensed child care options for infants 
    • Increase the number of early learning opportunities and licensed child care options for children with disabilities and other special needs

     

    If you are interested in participating in this ad-hoc committee, please reach out to Jason Lau.

     

    Next meeting scheduled for Wednesday April 13, 2022 3:30-4:30pm

Quality ad hoc Committee

  • The ad-hoc committee on quality child care is working to develop strategies for the next year based on the goals of the Master Plan. The objectives listed in the Master Plan are as follows:

     

    • Advocate for new initiatives that reflect best practices to increase the quality of child care 
    • Strengthen partnerships that provide coordination for and access to health and mental health services 
    • Raise awareness and enhance participation in existing professional development programs that support child care providers, sites, and workers (e.g., Marin Quality Counts program) 
    • Advocate for and support the development of cultural and linguistic competencies

     

    If you are interested in participating in this ad-hoc committee, please reach out to Kelsey Lombardi.

     

    Meeting dates and times TBD.

Workforce ad hoc Committee

  • The ad-hoc committee on the child care workforce is working to develop strategies for the next year based on the goals of the Master Plan. The objectives listed in the Master Plan are as follows:

     

    • Advocate for increased compensation levels for the child care workforce to be commensurate with similar professions, reflective of our local economy, and linked to training and development 
    • Support the development of standards for improved working environments for all Marin County early learning and care professionals

     

    If you are interested in participating in this ad-hoc committee, please reach out to Heidi Tomsky.

     

    Meeting dates and times TBD.