CERF Governance Council Elections: Shaping the Future of Eastern Kern
The upcoming Governance Council Elections by the Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF) are a crucial event for Eastern Kern residents. CERF, dedicated to fostering economic resilience, plays a pivotal role in shaping the community’s future.
Over the next few years, the Kern Coalition will have a lot of important decisions to make regarding how to allocate CERF funds to projects around Kern County. In order to ensure representation for our community in the governance council that will be making these decisions, we need our community to come out and vote in the governance council elections.
Why CERF Matters
CERF focuses on projects that create meaningful, living-wage job opportunities and enhance the overall quality of life in Kern County. By supporting initiatives that drive economic growth and community well-being, CERF actively contributes to the prosperity of Eastern Kern.
Your Role in the Elections
Join us at Paradise Cove Lodge, 10700 CA-178, Lake Isabella, CA 93240, on November 29th, 2023, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, to participate in the Governance Council Elections. Your vote is an opportunity to influence the direction of Eastern Kern’s development.
Meet the Candidates
Get to know the individuals vying for representation in Eastern Kern:
- Occupation: Senior Policy Advocate and Organizer
- Area of Residence: Central Kern
- Occupation: Sierra Shared Spaces
- Area of Residence: Kern River Valley
David Miguel Villarino
- Occupation: CEO of FIELD Institute
- Area of Residence: Tehachapi
Learn more about the candidates on the [East Subregion Candidates Page] (https://www.kccd.edu/kern-coalition-cerf/east-subregion-candidates.html).
Your participation in the Governance Council Elections is an investment in the future of Eastern Kern. Be a part of this transformative process!