Here you will find local, state and national resources to amplify the work of your Complete Count Committee.
If you are a member of the Kansas Complete Count Committee; affiliated with a state agency, county or city government, or local Complete Count Committee Chair, use the following Government Resources for your strategies. The following resources are available for Kansas cities, counties, and communities.
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How Do You Organize a Complete Count Committee?
There are three types of complete count committees – state government-sponsored, local government-sponsored, or community-sponsored. Knowing the differences between committee types will help determine how to form your Complete Count Committee.
State Government CCC
Kansas’ governor appoints individuals to serve as members of the Kansas Complete Count Committee. The Kansas Department of Commerce provides support, as feasible, given existing resources to support the mission and activities of the committee. The Kansas CCC will promote and advertise the 2020 Census, respond to questions and concerns about the census, focus available resources on hard-to-count areas and populations, and ensure the highest participation rate possible.
Local or Tribal Government CCCs
Local Complete Count Committees are formed by the highest elected official in that jurisdiction, such as a mayor, county commissioner, or tribal leader. The highest elected official may appoint a chair of the CCC and appoint residents of the community to serve as members of the CCC. The size and number of members depends on what works best for each community and what will make the most effective and successful committee. Mayors, county commissioners, and heads of regional boards understand the importance of a complete and accurate census count as well as how census data impacts their communities.
Community Complete Count Committees are often formed in areas that do not have a government CCC or areas that may require a more targeted approach. Community CCCs may be formed by a community organization or a coalition of several organizations. Community CCCs identify their own chair and committee members and may choose residents who are influential leaders or gatekeepers in the community to serve as members or others that will help accomplish the goals of the committee. Community CCCs consists of anywhere from 5 to 25 members depending on the sponsoring organization(s) and the size of the community it represents.
Meet the Kansas Complete Count Committee
In 2019 Kansas Governor, Laura Kelly, signed an executive order convening a Kansas Complete Count Committee. The Kansas Department of Commerce provides support, as feasible, given existing resources to support the mission and activities of the committee. The KS CCC will promote and advertise the 2020 Census, respond to questions and concerns about the census, focus available resources on hard-to-count areas and populations, and ensure the highest participate rate possible.
|Brian McClendon||Research Professor||The University of Kansas||Co-Chair|
|Joyce Warshaw||Vice Mayor||City of Dodge City||Co-Chair|
|Scott F. Anglemyer||Executive Director||Kansas Association of Community Action Programs||Member|
|Doug Boline||Assistant Director||Kansas State Department of Education||Member|
|Irene Caudillo||President||El Centro of Kansas City||Member|
|Doris Chang||Associate Professor||Wichita State University||Member|
|Robert Cooper||Executive Director||Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing||Member|
|Kenya Cox||Executive Director||Kansas African American Affairs Commission||Member|
|Eric Davis||Chief Technology Officer||Kansas Office of Information Technology Services||Member|
|Janis DeBoer||Deputy Secretary||Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services||Member|
|Lindsey Douglas||Deputy Secretary||Kansas Department of Transportation||Member|
|Kasey Featherston||Director of Refugee and Immigration Services||Kansas Catholic Charities||Member|
|Tiara Marie Floyd||Student Body President||The University of Kansas||Member|
|Martha Gabehart||Executive Director||Kansas Commission on Disability Concerns||Member|
|Delia Garcia||Secretary of Labor||Kansas Department of Labor||Member|
|Lisa Garcia-Stewart||Commissioner||Kansas Hispanic & Latino American Affairs Commission||Member|
|Robert F. Gilligan||Governmental Relations Specialist||Kansas Association of School Boards||Member|
|Doug Graham||Public Relations Manager||Greenbush Southeast Kansas Education Service Center||Member|
|Janeé Hanzlick||Commissioner||Johnson County Government||Member|
|Marieta Hauser||Women's Committee Chair||Kansas Farm Bureau||Member|
|Chris Howell||Executive Director||Kansas Office of Native American Affairs||Member|
|Amber Jackson||Advertising Director||Kansas Press Association||Member|
|Brandon Johnson||Councilman||City of Wichita||Member|
|David Jordan||President||United Methodist Health Ministry Fund||Member|
|Leslie Kaufman||Director of Government Relations and Legal Counsel||Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc.||Member|
|Emily Kelley||Partnership Coordinator||U.S. Census Bureau||Member|
|Cille King||Co-President||Kansas League of Women Voters||Member|
|Heather Lansdowne||Communications Director||Kansas Department of Agriculture||Member|
|Clay McCarty||Owner||McCarty Family Farms||Member|
|Janet McRae||Economic Development Director||Miami County||Member|
|Robin Newell||Executive Director||Emporia Public Library||Member|
|Eric Norris||State Librarian||State Library of Kansas||Member|
|Jansen Penny||Student Body President||The University of Kansas State||Member|
|Trudy Rice||Program Leader Coordinator/State Specialist||The University of Kansas State||Member|
|Reggie Robinson||Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs||University of Kansas School of Public Affairs & Administration||Member|
|Eric Rohleder||Deputy Director||Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs||Member|
|Elizabeth "Lou" Saadi||State Registrar and Director||Kansas Department of Health and Environment||Member|
|Scott Schwab||Kansas Secretary of State||Office of the Secretary of State||Member|
|Henry Schwaller||Mayor||City of Hays||Member|
|Kathleen Smith||Director of Research||Kansas Department of Revenue||Member|
|Blanca Soto||Campaign Director||Kansas Appleseed||Member|
|Wendi Stark||Census Outreach Manager||League of Kansas Municipalities||Member|
|Tyler Tenbrink||Senior Labor Economist||Kansas Department of Labor||Member|
|David Toland||Secretary of Commerce||Kansas Department of Commerce||Member|
|Becky Tuttle||Councilwoman||City of Wichita||Member|
|Stacey Tweedy||Assistant Regional Director||Kansas Department for Children and Families||Member|
|Elizabeth "Betsy" Wearing||Coordinator of Programs, Communications & New Initiatives||Dane G. Hansen Foundation||Member|
|Xan Wedel||Senior Research Data Engineer||Kansas State Data Center||Member|
|Perry Wiggins||Executive Director||State of Kansas Military Council||Member|
|John Wilson||Vice President of Advocacy||Kansas Association for Children||Member|
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