State Office Locations
400 R St., Suite 359
Sacramento, CA 95811
Los Angeles Office
360 E. 2nd St., Suite 325
Los Angeles, CA 90012
1101 East University Ave.
Fresno, CA 93741
San Diego Office
6367 Alvarado Ct., Suite 201
San Diego, CA 92120
Sarah Soto-Taylor, Deputy Secretary
Ditas Katague, Director
Alicia Wong, Chief Deputy Director
Martha E. Dominguez, Deputy Director, External Affairs and Media Relations
Emilio Vaca, Deputy Director, Outreach
Dorothy Johnson, Assistant Director, Legislative Affairs
Sara Murillo, Assistant Director, Administration
Kristine Beckley, Legal Counsel
Outreach (Click here to view the page and biographies)
Emilio Vaca, Deputy Director of Outreach
Quintilia Ávila, Regional Program Manager - Southern California Lead
Yumi Sera, Regional Program Manager, Northern California Lead
Vacant, Regional Program Manager, Central California Lead
Marcy Kaplan, Sector Outreach Manager
Mignonne Pollard, Education Outreach Manager
Cecil Flournoy, Regional Program Manager - Los Angeles County
Connie Hernandez, Regional Program Manager - San Diego and Imperial Counties and Deputy Tribal Liaison
Irving Pacheco, Regional Program Manager - Los Angeles County
Sara Pol-Lim, Regional Program Manager - Orange and Los Angeles Counties
Mai Thao, Regional Program Manager - Central California
David Tucker, Regional Program Manager - Bay Area
Patricia Vazquez-Topete, Regional Program Associate - Central California
Carlos Omar Beltran, Regional Program Associate - Northern California
External Affairs and Media Relations (Click here to view the page)
Martha E. Dominguez, Deputy Director
Diana Crofts-Pelayo, Assistant Deputy Director
Taylor Desmangles, Public Information Officer - Social Media
Sara Murillo, Assistant Director
Thuong Pham, Budget Manager
Laura Askins, Office Manager and Committee Liaison
Alicia Gallegos, Office Technician
Kush Kishor, Department of General Services, Procurement Official
Vanessa Vaughn, Department of General Services, Procurement Official
To assist in the coordination of California’s outreach and communication strategy for the 2020 Census, the California Complete Count – Census 2020 Office is actively looking for additional team members. The U.S. Census Bureau is also looking to hire individuals to canvas and enumerate for the 2020 Census. These jobs are separate and apart from the California Complete Count – Census 2020 Office.
California Census Office Jobs
Apply online at: Office of the Governor Application for Appointment. Under Positions Sought (drop down menu), search for Census.
Tribal Affairs Specialist
Working under the direction of the Deputy Director of State-wide Outreach, the Tribal Affairs Specialist will oversee the development of a comprehensive strategy to reach tribal communities at a local, regional and statewide level to participate in the 2020 census. This will require working with tribal governments, media and outreach partners. This position will oversee a Tribal outreach and communications effort to engage tribal communities on the Census and ensure their participation. This position also requires time in the office reviewing, analyzing and providing verbal and written input and reports on deliverables directly related to outreach work. You will find additional information about the job in the Tribal Affairs Specialist (PDF).
Language Access Manager
Working under the direction of the Deputy Director of Statewide Initiatives, the Language Access Manager interacts and coordinates with internal and external stakeholders, including contracting partners, across the State of California to ensure that language access and communications needs are being addressed and executed through every stage of the initiative. This position requires time in the office, as well as time in the field overseeing, reviewing, analyzing and providing verbal and written input and reports on deliverables directly related to the Language and Communication Access Plan. You will find additional information about the job in the Language Access Manager (PDF).
Program Evaluator and Data Statistician
Working under the direction of the Data and GIS Mapping Manager, the Program Evaluator and Data Statistician supports all Census programs to evaluate and ensure maximum outreach efforts for a full Census 2020 count, statistical analysis of incoming data, and measurement of the CCC's rapid deployment efforts. This position supports Census specific data management for the California Complete Count Census 2020 Statewide Outreach and Rapid Deployment platform (SwORD). SwORD serves as the backbone of the Office’s efforts to increase census participation by enabling the rapid sharing of information between the State and its many local government and strategic partners. The platform will support collaboration and coordination on outreach in order to address coordination and gaps. It will be the State’s primary database for a wide range of resources and assets, including mapped data, and will house key Hard-to-Count (HTC) data. The Program Evaluator and Data Statistician will evaluate SwORD data to determine baseline measures, develop projections for program monitoring, and establish metrics and success criteria. This position will work with all CCC outreach and statewide staff and partners to ensure that data is comprehensive and supports accurate and dependable decision-making for Census outreach planning and resource allocation. During deployment period in 2020, SwORD will support real-time outreach activities and this position will regularly monitor data, evaluate self-response rates, and generate reports that will help guide outreach activities for a complete count.You will find additional information about the job in the Program Evaluator and Data Statistician (PDF).
California Complete Count Regional Program Manager (RPM) - Central Coast
Working under the direction of the Deputy Director of Outreach and the Lead Regional Program Manager – Central California, the Regional Program Manager (RPM), Outreach interacts directly on the ground with local and regional partners within their assigned geographic region. This position will oversee a region outreach effort, ensure all regional partners contribute to the Statewide Outreach and Rapid Development (SwORD) interactive mapping site, and work with regional partners to meet contractual obligations and spends a majority of time doing field work. This position also requires time in the office reviewing, analyzing and providing verbal and written input and reports on deliverables directly related to the RPM’s work. You will find additional information about the job in the Regional Program Manage Duty Statement (PDF).
U.S. Census Bureau Jobs
To learn more about federal U.S. Census 2020 jobs, go to the U.S. Census Bureau – Census Careers page.
To apply for federal U.S. Census 2020 jobs, please go to USAJobs.gov.
Additional federal resources:
- For more information on U.S. Census Bureau jobs in California, see California Employment Opportunities
- Supervisory and Non-Supervisory Jobs Flyer – Northern California (PDF) / Southern California (PDF)
- Apply Online Flyer (PDF)
- Recruiting and Staffing Schedule (PDF)
- Area Census Office (ACO) Schedule (PDF)
Speaking and Meeting Requests
The California Complete Count Office maintains partnerships with key community stakeholders, including community-based organizations, academic institutions, local, state and federal governments, foundations, and many other groups committed to ensuring a complete count of all Californians in the 2020 Census.
How to Submit a Request
Please submit the requested information below at least three weeks prior to the date of your event.
Please fill out the Census Meeting/Speaker Request Form (Word Request Form or PDF Request Form) and attach it to Census2020events@census.ca.gov with "Speaker Request" or "Meeting Request" in the subject line.
You should receive an initial response within two business days. Please note, if you're looking to find out more information on the U.S. Census Bureau's efforts federally, including having them provide "Census 101" information at your meeting/event, please contact them directly.
For more information, or to follow up on your request, please call 916-852-2020. Please note, the California Complete Count Office does not accept gifts or payment for speaking at your event.
Public Records Act Requests
Guidelines for Access to Public Records
Public access to records maintained by the California Complete Count Census 2020 (“Census”) is governed by the California Public Records Act (Government Code § 6250 et. seq.). Public records are available for inspection and/or copying pursuant to the following procedures:
Request to Inspect or Copy Public Records:
Public records requests must be sufficiently descriptive to enable Census personnel to identify, locate, and retrieve the records. Reasonable assistance will be given to the requester to help him or her satisfy this requirement.
Requests may be submitted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; by phone 916-852-2020; by mail to California Complete Count Census 2020, 400 R Street, Suite 359, Sacramento, CA 95811. Attention: Public Records Act Coordinator; or in-person at California Complete Count Census 2020, 400 R Street, Suite 359, Sacramento, CA 95811.
Records Exempt from Disclosure:
Census may refuse to disclose records that are exempt from disclosure under the Public Records Act. (See, e.g. Gov. Code, § 6254 et seq.)
Inspecting Public Records:
Physical inspection of records is permitted in Census offices at a mutually agreeable time during regular business hours of Census (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for state holidays). Retrieval and inspection of any record shall not interfere with the ordinary business operations of Census. Operational functions of Census will not be suspended to permit inspection of records where the records are reasonably required by Census personnel in the performance of their duties. Persons inspecting Census records shall not destroy, mutilate, deface, alter, or remove any such records from Census. A Census employee will be present during the inspection of records in order to prevent the loss or destruction of records.
Obtaining Copies of Public Records:
Census may charge the person requesting copies of public records made by Census personnel at the rate of ten cents ($0.10) per page. Payment of the total estimated copy charge may be required before Census personnel copy any records.
If the number of records requiring copying is determined to be voluminous by Census personnel, then the requestor may wish to make arrangements with Census to have a professional copying service photocopy the records. The cost associated with providing the copy service shall be borne entirely by the requesting person.
A copy of these guidelines will be posted in a conspicuous public area at the Complete Count Office, and a free copy of these guidelines will be furnished upon request.