Food Security Task Force

VACANCY NOTICE

 FOOD SECURITY TASK FORCE

Replaces All Previous Notices

 

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following seat information and term expirations (in bold), appointed by the Board of Supervisors. 
 

Seat 9, Karen Gruneisen, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 10, Anne Quaintance, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 11, Chester Williams, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 12, Hilary Seligman, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 13, Ave Lambert, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 14, Jennifer Siswandi, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 15, Kimberly Madsen, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 16, Meg Davidson, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 17, Raegan Sales, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 18, Rita Mouton-Patterson, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Vacant Seat 19, new appointment, must be a representative of community-based organizations that provide nutritional support and increase the food security of San Francisco residents, including but not limited to a representative from an organization serving food in the following program types: home-delivered meals, congregate meals for seniors, food bank, free dining room, multi-service agency serving families and youth, shelter meals, faith-based organizations, food retail (farmers markets, grocery stores), and hospital and health clinics - no organization shall have more than one representative; nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Seat 20, Geoffrey Grier, must be a member of the public, nominated by the Food Security Task Force and appointed by the Board of Supervisors, for an indefinite term.

 

Reports:  The Food Security Task Force shall prepare an annual assessment to the Board of Supervisors of the state of hunger and food insecurity in San Francisco. The report may include recommendations for funding, programs, and policy.


Sunset Date:  The Task Force shall expire by operation of law on July 1, 2021, unless extended by the Board of Supervisors.

 

Additional information relating to the Food Security Task Force may be obtained by reviewing Administrative Code, Sections 5.10-1 et seq., at http://www.sfbos.org/sfmunicodes or the Task Force’s website at http://sfdph.org/foodsecurity/.

 

Next Steps:  Applicants must fill out an application available at http://www.sfbos.org/vacancy_application and email the application to paula.jones@sfdph.org.  If you have questions, please contact the Food Security Task Force at (628) 206-7689.  The Food Security Task Force will review applications, and refer their nomination(s) to the Board of Supervisors’ Rules Committee for consideration.

 

The applicant(s) nominated by the Task Force will be contacted by the Rules Committee Clerk once the Rules Committee Chair determines the date of the hearing.  Members of the Rules Committee will consider the appointment(s) at the meeting, and applicant(s) may be asked to state their qualifications.  The appointment(s) of the individual(s) recommended by the Rules Committee will be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.

 

Please Note:  Depending upon the posting date, a vacancy may have already been filled.  To determine if a vacancy for this Task Force is still available, or if you require additional information, please call the Rules Committee Clerk at (415) 554-5184.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                        Angela Calvillo

                                                                        Clerk of the Board

 

 

DATED/POSTED:  October 24, 2018

UPDATED:  December 13, 2018