California State Association
of Counties Leadership Roles
San Bernardino County Supervisor Chairman James Ramos attended the December
13th, 122nd Annual California State Association of Counties (CSAC)
Conference in Palm Springs where he was elected unanimously by his peers to
serve as Chair of the Urban Counties Caucus and President for the Latino Caucus
of California Counties.
“Our County should be proud knowing that Chairman Ramos will
continue to represent us statewide on important issues that affect our
stated Vice-Chairman Robert Lovingood on the recent leadership roles gained by
Ramos will serve a one-year term as both Chair of the Urban Counties Caucus and
President for the Latino Caucus of California Counties. He has previously
served as Vice President for the Latino Caucus and been an active board member
of the Urban Counties Caucus.
am excited to take on these new leadership roles and to work closely with
county supervisors from throughout the state,” said Chairman Ramos. “We
face similar issues and have common goals that can be achieved by working
together to better our communities.”
The Urban Counties
Caucus addresses the needs of California’s high population counties. The Caucus enables urban counties to pool and coordinate their
efforts to pursue legislative action that reflects the needs of the state’s
most populous areas.
The Latino Caucus of
California Counties is an organization that encourages the
engagement and involvement of its Board and membership to promote Latino
leaders, and provides value to the CSAC as well as to the Latino communities
that they serve.
Information on the UCC and LCCC can be found at