Chairman – Lynn Jensen
President – Bud Sloan
Treasurer – John Hecht
Secretary – Louise Lampara
Director – Melinda Carmichael
Director – Tim Cohen
Director – Sandy Seekins
The VC COLAB Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity established to procure funding to support VC CoLAB’s educational efforts to advance the use of data and science in regulatory matters, combat threats to our local way of life, and lessen the burdens of government on Ventura County Citizens.
The Foundation will partner with local businesses, land owners, stakeholders and organizations to foster government transparency, business friendly regulations, ordinances and government programs. We aspire to build upon the existing strengths, commitments and engagements of the VC CoLAB Organization by funding scientific research and educational campaigns. This way we can serve a common purpose and continue to be a formidable agent for change in the community.
We encourage all interested donors to Click Here to donate online. Or download the Foundation Donation Form and either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to 1672 Donlon Street, Ventura, CA 93003.
If you are interested in learning more about the Ventura County CoLAB Foundation and the important work we are doing, please contact Rachel E. Culbert-Mastro at email@example.com or 805-633-2260.
Ventura County CoLAB Foundation’s Projects
Treasure Our Farms
The VC CoLAB Foundation is one of the supporters for Treasure Our Farms. Treasure Our Farms educates, engages and informs local communities about the value and beauty of local agriculture in California. It presents a united front for businesses and people of the agriculture landscape to come together in an effort to positively shift the perception of farming and agriculture in our community.
Circle the Wagons
Want to learn more about specific policies and regulatory issues? VC CoLAB Foundation hosts Circle the Wagons Educational Seminars throughout the year. These seminars are geared towards providing a more in-depth overview and discussion of local regulatory issues and promote advancing the use of data and science to combat community deterioration and lessen the burdens of government. Check back for more details on the next seminar!