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Aug, 2022

Name DetailsStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
VACANCY Adult City Resident6/3/2022     Mayor/Council Confirms
Damon L. Glenn Adult City Resident
Term for non-aldermanic commission members shall be for three (3) years, or until their successors are qualified.
Termed-out: 4/18/2023
5/24/2022 4/18/2023 damon_glenn@outlook.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Kristin M. Mathews Adult City Resident
Term for non-aldermanic commission members shall be for three (3) years, or until their successors are qualified.
Termed-out: 4/15/2025
5/18/2021 4/15/2025     Mayor & County Executive/Council Confirms
Melissa A. Herriges Adult City Resident
Term for non-aldermanic commission members shall be for three (3) years, or until their successors are qualified.
Termed-out: 4/18/2023
5/17/2021 4/18/2023 melissah@sankofaelu.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Ryan J. Moze Adult City Resident
Term for non-aldermanic commission members shall be for three (3) years, or until their successors are qualified.
Termed-out: 4/15/2025
10/7/2014 4/15/2025 rjmoze@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Shawn K. Zhu Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/15/2025
4/19/2022 4/15/2025 skzhu@wisc.edu   Mayor/Council Confirms
Virginia V. Lee Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/15/2025
7/20/2021 4/15/2025 vlee@reachdane.org   Mayor/Council Confirms
William Tishler Common Council Member
One member must be an alderperson.
Termed-out: 4/18/2023
6/21/2022 4/18/2023 district11@cityofmadison.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Sec. 39.02(3) - Annually review, approve and recommend the city-wide affirmative action plan as proposed by the Affirmative Action Director; advise affected and/or other under-represented groups of their rights under the Affirmative Action Program; disseminate information and educate citizens to a greater understanding and practice of affirmative action employment for all affected and/or other under represented groups; render, from time to time, but not less than once a year, written reports of its progress, activities and recommendations to the mayor and Common Council; recommend and review such rules and regulations as may be necessary to promulgate the city's Affirmative Action Program; develop and review the contract compliance requirements of the City of Madison and to develop a policy with respect to vendors and contractors; and to make specific recommendations to the Common Council so as to bring all appropriate ordinances into conformity with the policies of this ordinance if necessary. Effective 2-17-2018; ORD-18-00020, File ID# 49684 - decreasing the size from eleven (11) members to nine (9) members.