Help #SaveOurCoast by:
1. Demanding strong leadership!
Require that in the hiring process, Commissioners acknowledge that the overarching goal and purpose of a new Coastal Commission Executive Director (ED) is to make sure Commission staff continues their excellent track record of fairly and objectively applying the Coastal Act to the various issues and matters that come before the Commission.
Answer these survey questions, emphasizing the need for the new ED to maintain an independent staff and an inspirational, high-functioning atmosphere. This survey will inform both the Commission's final ED position announcement and the interview questions that the staff and consultant will prepare for interviewing candidates.
Submit a letter to Coastal Commission staff regarding the Draft Coastal Commission Executive Director position statement to Deputy Chief Susan Hansch and Human Resources Chief Melanie Wong.
2. Follow and use #SaveOurCoast on Instagram and Twitter to draw attention to our efforts and broaden the reach of our collective voices.
3. Work with Surfrider staff to keep updated on California Coastal Commission meetings and agendas, then attend and participate!
4. Sign up for updates through ActCoastal, the Coastal Commission accountability site.