Placer County Youth Commission

Regular Meetings

The Placer County Youth Commission meets twice monthly (August 2021-June 2022). Meetings are held every 1st & 3rd Wednesday monthly from 6-7:30pm. Meetings are located in Auburn, CA and Rocklin/Roseville/Granite Bay, CA (locations to be determined) or virtually through zoom. For information and most recent agenda visit placeryouth.com.

Members:

Seat

Name

Represents

Term

Appointed By

Expires

1

Alexis Schmidt

District 1

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

2

Alyssa Schmidt

District 1

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

3

Aaryan Midha

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

4

Aili Wride

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

5

Anika Madan

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

6

Guru Yalakanti

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

7

Ishan Madan

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

8

Marisa Adao

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

9

Rohan Midha

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

10

Zahra Alam

District 2

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

11

Akshayan Nagarajah

District 3

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

12

Tejan Samba

District 3

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

13

Andrew Hurter

District 4

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

14

Avery Wu

District 4

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

15

Devendro Chakrabarti

District 4

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

16

Evan Wu

District 4

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

17

Kristiana Truong

District 4

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

18

Alex Belles

District 5

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

19

Annabel Easton

District 5

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022

20

Brennan Mattison

District 5

1 year

Board of Supervisors

June 30, 2022


Composition

The Placer County Youth Commission consists of 20 Commissioners, appointed by the Placer County Board of Supervisors, who serve to identify and advocate for issues important to and affecting Placer County youth. To be eligible for the youth commission:

  1. Youth must be a Placer County resident between 14 (or entering 9th grade) to 18 (or in 12th grade) years of age.
  2. An individual may sit for a maximum of two terms.
  3. Membership shall consist of at least two representatives from each of the five supervisory districts in Placer County.

Purpose

The Placer County Youth Commission is a group of motivated youth from all over Placer County who serve to identify and advocate for issues important to and affecting Placer County youth.

The Placer County Youth Commission seeks to:

  1. Advise the Placer County Board of Supervisors and other key decision makers about issues impacting local youth.
  2. Integrate youth voice into community organizing and local government/ policymaking opportunities.
  3. Prepare youth to be advocates in their own community.
  4. Promote and provide service opportunities that encourage youth to be actively engaged members in their community.

Enhance the environment and ensure the community supports healthy, thriving youth.

Conflict of Interest

  • No

Compensation

Commission members shall serve without compensation.

Contact Us:

Alexandra Wride

Placer County Public Health                                                                                                       

11573 C Ave, Auburn, CA 95603

Email: [email protected]