The California (CA) Green Officeholders Network was founded in February 2007 at the GPCA's Green California Strategic Retreat in Glen Ellen, Sonoma County. Its purpose is to facilitate present and past California Green officeholders to share policy perspectives and governing experience with each other, and the rest of the GPCA.
The CA Green Officeholders Network also provides input to the GPCA platform and media process, helps plan officeholder retreats, participate in panels and more.
On Twitter, the GPCA retweets Green officeholder-related tweets @ www.twitter.com/GPCA.
Currently 71 California Greens hold elected office. Since the GPCA's founding in 1990, over 340 California Greens have been elected to public office. The CA Green Officeholders Network was founded to synergize their work. California Green officeholders are also members of the GPUS Green Officeholders Network.
VIDEO: Larry Robinson "Governing as a Green" (19:17). Green Party of California Strategy Retreat, Glen Ellen, Sonoma, CA February 2007.
|VIDEO: Second Conference of U.S. Green Officeholders (24:05) Santa Monica, California " February 21-23, 2003
Featuring Jeff Sklar, Rent Control Board, Santa Monica, CA; Genevieve Bertone, Sustainable City Task Force, Santa Monica, CA; Iris Oliveras, Architectural Review Board, Santa Monica, CA; Lotta Hedstrom, Swedish Parliament; John Halle, Board of Alderman, New Haven, CT; Sarah Lipson, Board of Education, San Francisco, CA; Brenda Konkel ,Common Council, Madison, WI; Bill Meyers, Board of Education, Point Arena, CA; Jan Williamson, Arts Commission, Santa Monica, CA; Lori Nafshun, Recreation & Parks Commission, Santa Monica, CA.
|VIDEO: A Perspective on the Green Party's Elected Officials (27:00) Santa Monica, CA February 21, 2003
Green Party elected officials interviewed by Southern California Public Affairs Host Bill Rosendahl, on the eve of the Second Conference of Green Officeholders in the U.S. (in Santa Monica, CA): Matt Gonzalez, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors; Julie Jacobsen, Hawai'i County Councilmember; Annie Young, Minneapolis Recreation & Park Commissioner; Mark Sanchez, San Francisco Board of Education; Mike Feinstein, Santa Monica City Councilmember.