9 members: two (2) community members; two (2), members with professional data analysis expertise including a background in economics, social science, public policy, or similar; two (2), members with community organizing experience; two (2), At-Large members; and one (1) council member.
2 years (4 term limit)
To identify appropriate measurements, benchmarks, solutions and metrics for the designated priority areas (Jobs/Wages, Affordable Housing, Public Health Care, and Education) for use in The Vibrant Community Funding process.
Specifically, the commission is charged with establishing measurements, benchmarks, solutions and metrics in a formal report to council in May 2020. The commission shall seek to understand the best way to impact the priority areas; specifically to:
Conduct best practice research on the four priority areas
Engage the community to understand what solutions community members prefer in each priority area including but not limited to:
Community meetings & stakeholder interviews
Formal liaison with Nonprofit Leaders of Color network
Active engagement of people from marginalized communities
The commission will be staffed to provide technical and logistical assistance and provided with a third-party facilitator to ensure equal and active engagement among members.