Make Your Voice Heard: Apply to Serve on a City Commission
New year, new leadership, new opportunity to make a difference in Los Angeles. Your voice and perspective can make a difference on a Los Angeles City Commission. Black, Indigenous, People of Color, youth, immigrants, and people with lived experience are needed to bring a diversity of ideas to commissions.
Now is your opportunity to lead and serve. Apply today to be considered for a Los Angeles City Commission: https://jobs.lamayor.org/apply/boards-commissions
Commissions serve a vital role in our city government by gathering and analyzing public input. They also provide recommendations to the City Council on various issues and sometimes draft policy directly. Learn more about City Commissions: https://clerk.lacity.org/clerk-services/cps/commission-resources
The Committee for Greater LA, a cross-sectoral group of civic leaders working to advance system changes and dismantle institutional racism, especially encourages BIPOC Angelenos to serve and consider leadership positions on commissions.
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE FOR GREATER LA:
The Committee for Greater LA assembled civic leaders at the start of the COVID pandemic to prioritize the recovery of LA County’s most marginalized communities. It is a cross-sectoral group of Angelenos who share a vision that our region’s response to the COVID pandemic can advance systems change and dismantle the institutions and policies that have perpetuated institutional racism. Its goal is sweeping systems change to ensure vulnerable and marginalized communities will be better off than they were before the crisis– there is #NoGoingBackLA. For more information, visit nogoingback.la.