Placer County Youth Commission

Regular Meetings

Orientation held in late August. September through May two evening meetings a month held generally:

  • 6 to 8 p.m.
  • 1st Wednesday of every month
    • Placer County Board of Supervisors Chambers
      175 Fulweiler Avenue
      Auburn, CA, 95603
  • 3rd Wednesday of every month
    • Rocklin Library Community Room
      4890 Granite Drive
      Rocklin, CA 95677

Members

Seat
Name
Represents
Term
Appointed By
Expires
1Alexis Schmidt
District 11 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
2Alyssa Schmidt
District 11 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
3Marisa Adao
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
4Zahra Alam
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
5Anika Madan
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
6Ishan Madan
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
7Aaryan Midha
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
8Rohan Midha
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
9Aili Wride
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
10Guru Yalakanti
District 21 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
11Akshayan Nagarajah
District 31 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
12Tejan Samba
District 31 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2023
13Andrew Hurter IV
District 41 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
14Kristiana Truong
District 41 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
15Avery Wu
District 41 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
16Evan Wu
District 4
1 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
17Alex Belles
District 5
1 year
Board of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
18Ellie Conway
District 5

1 yearBoard of SupervisorsJune 30, 2022
19Annabel Easton
District 5
1 yearBoard of Supervisors
June 30, 2022
20Brennan Mattison
District 5
1 yearBoard of Supervisors
June 30, 2022

Composition

The Placer County Youth Commission will consist of twenty (20) primary members* who shall be youth between 14-19 years of age, or in 9th-12th grade except that a youth that has not reached the age of 14 but is entering the 9th grade may be appointed. There shall be at least two (2) members from each supervisory district. An individual may sit for a maximum of two one-year terms.

Purpose

The Placer County Youth Commission integrates the youth voice into local policy making by researching youth issues and concerns, relating their findings and positions to local policy makers, and engaging the community to create positive change. The Commission shall organize activities to help educate and motivate youth of Placer County to participate in the local political process.

Conflict of Interest

  • No

Compensation

All members of this commission shall serve without compensation.