These committees are comprised of dedicated volunteers with specific expertise. The committees work directly with United Way California Capital Region’s staff to ensure our strategic plan implemented.
This committee hires and supervises the organization’s independent audit firm(s). The Audit Committee receives, reviews and accepts all required audit reports annually.
These volunteers set the policy direction for the annual nonprofit certification process, oversee the process and hear appeals from those agencies being recommended for denial of certification.
This committee recruits new board members, nominates the officers of the organization and works to assure that the Board has the capabilities it needs to fulfill its governance role.
It is composed of the board chair, vice chair, immediate past chair, CEO, and the chairs of other various standing committees of the Board of Directors.
This committee is responsible for oversight of financial and administrative matters of the organization.
This group oversees United Way’s education, financial stability and health projects. This committee will be transforming with the launch of United Way’s Square One project.
This group is comprised of a cross-sector of community partners who provide vision and strategic direction for United Way’s Square One project.