Cool Davis Welcomes Two New Board Members
Cool Davis is happy to announce the addition of two new board members in our 10th anniversary year.
Johannes Troost is retired from a career in Education and Human Services. His work included both policy development and program design, implementation, and evaluation. He received a B.A. in Political Science and an M.Ed from the University of Vermont.
He has lived in Davis since 1986 and is a life-long hiker and backpacker. He enjoys the people, opportunities, resources, and diverse ecosystems the region provides for continued learning. While being a data driven person, he believes the things that matter the most often cannot be measured.
Jason Bone works as a consultant helping organizations use geospatial technology to collect, organize, and share information with their user base. He enjoys the challenge of building a better workflow and/or tool(s) to simplify, visualize, and liberate information so that others can make better informed decisions. Jason has a B.S in Geology from UC Riverside and an MBA from UC Davis.
Jason is a Northern California native and has lived in Davis since 2011. He was drawn to Davis by its amazing greenbelts, college town feel, and its family oriented community. He has two children and enjoys camping, hiking, soccer and coaching his kids in their many sports.
Cool Davis welcomes these new board members with open arms!
More info about the Cool Davis board
The Cool Davis Board of Directors, staff and lead volunteers form the core leadership for the Cool Davis Coalition and Campaigns. The role of the board is to support and promote the mission of Cool Davis in the community. Cool Davis also benefits from the advice and guidance of a Council of Advisors
The board meets monthly and may be made up of as many as 15 members who have rotating 3-year terms. The board has 4 active committees: Governance, Community Relations and Fundraising, Operations, & Programs.
Would you like to be a board member? We are always looking for new active board members. If you are interested in joining us in our rewarding and important work or contact us at email@example.com. In the spirit and word of our statement in support and commitment to the black community and other communities of color, we wish to issue an invitation specifically to those in our community who have been marginalized or not been heard within the environmental community in the past to join us.
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Driving on Sunshine Week: Program and Resources - Cool Davis
Driving on Sunshine Program and Videos Sept 26th - Oct 4th, 2020 ONLINE and FREE
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Although anyone can suffer from heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others. Check regularly on:
-Infants & children
-Ppl aged 65 or older
-Ppl who have a mental illness
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