Boards & Commissions
Small, Minority, and Women-Owned Business Commission (SMWBC)
1) Monitors effectiveness of the City's SMWBE Program; 2) Monitors local practices and policies which may have discriminatory impact on minority and women-owned businesses; 3) Facilitates communication between the City and small businesses; 4) Evaluates City policies and regulations for their impact on small businesses; 5) Sponsors and conducts educational forums, hearings and workshops; 6) Recommends to Mayor and Council alternative measures or legislation; 7) Requests from any City department information/assistance; 8) Assumes and undertakes other tasks/duties at the discretion and express direction of Mayor and Council. 8 year term limit
3) Maximum Number of Members
4) Meeting Location
To be provided.
5) Meeting Time
Meets as required.
6) Information Sheet
|Mr. Joel Black||Member||Mayor||At-Large|
|Ms. Tana Fryer||Member||Ward 1|
|Ms. Alma Gallardo||Member||Ward 5|
|Mr. Douglas C. Jackson||Member||Ward 4||At-Large|
|Ms. Leila Kottabi Counts||Member||Ward 2|
|Mr. Ronnie Reyna||Member||Ward 5||At-Large|
|Ms. Shani Stewart Litz||Member||Ward 1||At-Large|
|Mr. Jason Tankersley||Vice Chairperson||Ward 2||At-Large|
|Ms. Katherine Tesch||Member||Ward 3|
For further information please contact the City Clerk's Office at (520) 791-4213.
Datapages for the boards are provided in Adobe PDF format. You'll need the free Acrobat Reader to view the documents.