Cordoba Corporation’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Randall D. Martinez, who serves on the Proposition 39 (California Clean Energy Jobs Act or CCEJA) California’s Citizens Oversight Board (COB), is pleased to announce that the COB delivered its 2018 Annual Report to the Legislature on March 29, 2018.
The COB’s recommendations in its 3rd Annual Report to the Legislature include the following:
California voters passed the California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Proposition 39) in November 2012 to create jobs, save energy, reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions, and provide job training and workforce development in related fields. By focusing on public schools, community colleges, and other school facilities, the Act has created energy and cost savings, and has improved the classroom-learning environment for students and educators across California—all while advancing California’s broader climate and energy goals.
The California Clean Energy Jobs Act is implemented through programs at several different agencies, including the California Energy Commission, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the California Workforce Development Board, and the California Conservation Corps. These programs include:
Randall Martinez was appointed by former California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris to serve on the Proposition 39 Citizens Oversight Board in October of 2014. In her letter appointing Randall to the board, she said, “I am confident that [Randall’s] knowledge and experience will be of great value to the Board in its annual review of the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund and report to the Legislature.”
Mr. Martinez earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Finance from the University of Southern California and is licensed in California as a general engineering contractor. As COO of Cordoba, he is responsible for overall service delivery and resource allocation, and has company-wide responsibility to develop strategic marketing plans, maintain client relations and provide corporate communications throughout California.
“I am pleased about the recommendations we have provided to the Legislature in our 2018 Annual Report. Our recommendations are consistent with the goal of building a more sustainable California and supporting workforce development and job creation in the energy efficiency and clean energy sectors in California,” said Randall Martinez.
The 2018 Annual Report and Appendices are available at the enclosed link: Prop 39 California’s Citizen Oversight Board 3rd Annual Clean Energy Jobs Act Report to the Legislature.