Board of Directors
E Center is served by its dedicated Board of Directors who are representatives of the various communities served by E Center programs and reflect the professional expertise to oversee agency governance.
E Center is currently accepting application for membership to its Board of Directors
The Board meets 10 times per year on the first Monday of the month at 5:30 pm via videoconference.
Applications may be obtained here and must be returned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to E Center, Board of Directors, 1506 Starr Drive, Yuba City, CA 95993
Our current seated board includes the following exceptional individuals.
Chairperson and representative of Lake County
Sharron also brings a background in early childhood education and development and is experienced with administration and oversight of educational programs.
Vice President and representative of Butte County
Jennifer serves as a parent representative of the Head Start Programs with a strong background in community affairs.
Member and representative of Mendocino County
‘Wendy’ joined the board as an expert in the E Center Fisheries Program and has remained with the board providing business administration support for all programs.
Member and representative of Yuba County
Gino also brings a background in legal services for the healthcare industry and is experienced with operational and financial aspects of managing highly regulated organizations at an executive level.
Member and representative of Lake County
Luz serves as a parent and community representative with a strong knowledge of the Head Start Programs.
Member and Head Start Programs Policy Council Representative
Sharice serves on both the Board of Directors and on the Head Start Policy Council to facilitate and communicate program responsibilities at an administrative level to both executive groups.
Member and Migrant Head Start Programs Policy Council Representative
Adilene serves on both the Board of Directors and on the Migrant Head Start Policy Council to facilitate and communicate program responsibilities at an administrative level to both executive groups.