Collaborative Members

The Capital Region Climate Readiness Collaborative is a membership organization. We bring together leaders from government, business, academia, labor, environmental, and community organizations that are active in the capital region.

If you would like to be a part of our effort, please visit our membership page or contact us.

Current Membership

Channel Partners

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee serves as the primary decision-making body for the Collaborative.

Steering Committee Members

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Kathleen Ave
Sacramento Municipal Utility District

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Larry Greene
Immediate Past Chair
Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

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Meg Arnold
Vice Chair
Valley Vision

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Judy Robinson
County of Sacramento

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Curtis Alling

Curtis Alling
Ascent Environmental, Inc.

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Shelley Jiang
Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

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Jim McDonald
City of Sacramento

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Raef Porter
Sacramento Area Council of Governments

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Mitch Sears
City of Davis

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Erik White
Placer County Air Pollution Control District

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 Luis Sanchez

Luis Sanchez
Community Resource Project

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 Camille Kirk

Camille Kirk
University of California, Davis

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 Kate Meis

Kate Meis
Local Government Commission

lgc_logo_titleright_48KThe CRC is a program of the Local Government Commission (LGC). For over 35 years LGC has connected cutting-edge leaders from across the nation. Together we are advancing transformative policies and implementing innovative solutions for sustainable communities.

ARCCA-verticalThe CRC is a member of the Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA). ARCCA brings together the CRC and other member regional adaptation collaboratives from across California to amplify and strengthen our individual efforts and works to advance regionally-focused adaptation policies, research, and projects throughout the state.