COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
City Hall, Room 408
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
President Andrea Shorter Vice President Kay Gulbengay
Commissioner Katherine Munter Commissioner Dorka Keehn
Commissioner Carolene Marks Commissioner Julie Soo
Total Estimated Meeting Time: 1 hr 16 minutes
I. CALL TO ORDER/ AGENDA CHANGES DISCUSSION/ACTION 2 min.
Remarks by President Shorter.
Action: To approve the meeting agenda.
II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES DISCUSSION/ACTION 5 min.
Explanatory document – Draft Minutes from January 27, 2010.
Action: To approve draft minutes from January 27, 2010.
III. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT DISCUSSION 20 min.
A. Executive Director's Report Executive Director Murase Explanatory document: The Executive Director’s Report discusses the work of the Department based on the Commission’s Strategic Plan which reflects the principles of the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
IV. CONSENT AGENDA DISCUSSION/ACTION 5 min.
All matters listed hereunder constitute a Consent Agenda and are considered to be routine by the Commission on the Status of Women. They will be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the Commission. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the Commission so requests, in which event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered as a separate item. Members of the public may speak on each item listed on the Consent Agenda.
Action: To approve the Consent Agenda.
A. Resolution Recognizing International Women’s Day and the San Francisco Chapter of UNIFEM
B. Resolution Recognizing Clare Murphy on her retirement
C. Resolution Recognizing the 2010 Women’s History Month Honorees
D. Resolution Recognizing Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White
E. Resolution Recognizing the Late Evelyn Haas
F. Resolution Supporting Public Financing of Campaigns
V. NEW BUSINESS DISCUSSION
A. Gender Budgeting Report 30 min.
Staff will present a report on the gender budgeting initiative that was launched in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Public Policy and Finance.
1. Case Study: First 5 San Francisco 10 min
Gloria Corral, Deputy Director of First 5 San Francisco which is dedicated to addressing the needs of San Francisco's youngest residents, ages 0 - 5 years, will discuss the ways in which her agency uses gender budgeting data in policymaking.
VIII. PUBLIC COMMENT DISCUSSION 5 min.
This item is to allow members of the public to comment generally on matters within the Commission’s purview as well as to suggest new agenda items for Commission’s future consideration.
IX. ADJOURNMENT ACTION 1 min.
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