New Executive Director at ATCAA

The Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency has a new leader.  Joe Bors has been named the new Executive Director for the agency, replacing Raj Rambob who announced his departure in late 2018.  Rambob was hired in 2016 to replace Shelly Hance who retired after 35 years of service.  Bors had served as ATCAA’s Director of Energy and Water Conservation Programs, a post he held for nearly four years.  As department Director, he won more than $1.6M in water conservation grants and implemented significant internal programs to improve training and career path/wage earning opportunities within his department.  Bors came to ATCAA in early 2015 after retiring from Boeing Satellite Systems as an executive level program manager in the field of space-based telecommunications systems and ground system development. Through the course of his 35 plus year career, he managed $250M program budgets including spacecraft attitude and control, mission system design and Ku Band communication systems for the Space Shuttle program.  Formed in 1981 ATCAA is a public non-profit entity through a joint powers agreement between Tuolumne and Amador counties.  Part of the agency’s vision is for residents to be self‒reliant, healthy and free from economic hardship. Its overall annual budget is over 10 million and it employs over 150 local residents to provide services.                                               

Written by KVGC Staff


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