Our Areas Largest Non-Profit Will Be Looking For A New Leader

Our Areas Largest Non-Profit Will Be Looking For A New Leader

One of our areas oldest nonprofit public agencies will shortly be looking for a new leader. At Friday’s meeting of the Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA), executive director Raj Rambob formally addressed the board members, further explaining an email sent to them earlier in the week in which he tendered his resignation, effective February 15th to focus on spending quality family time with his aging parents. According to Rambob, what it comes down to is that, years from now, he does not want to look back and regret making the decision for the sake of family when he had the opportunity. As for plans to replace Rambob, the ATCAA Board will meet monthly for the next few months rather than its usual five times a year, primarily to have board-level discussion about the next steps in the search process. Rambob said he will not be leaving the region, and will remain available depending on the boards needs in assisting the agency transition to a new executive director.

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