Contra Costa County has recently appointed Monica Nino as its new top executive. Ms. Nino has been the administrator of San Joaquin County for the past seven years and her formal appointment is scheduled for December. Her long and distinguished career as a public administrator, her experience responding to a pandemic, her work in county hospitals, and her experience in finance resulted in her being chosen as the successful candidate.
In addition to her county administrator duties, Ms. Nino served on the San Joaquin Health Commission, the Sex Offenders Stewardship Council (appointed by Governor Brown), the 26% Administration Financial Committee of the Council of Governments, and the iHub San Joaquin. Her good working relationships with San Joaquin and Stanislaus county supervisors were also a strong selling point for Contra Costa supervisors. Contra Costa County Supervisor Candace Andersen said that Nino's financial experience dealing with economic pressures related to COVID-19 treatment and care, and specifically in relation to that county's San Joaquin General Hospital, outside Stockton, was one of the main reasons why she was selected over two other finalists interviewed over the past few weeks. The Public Administrator's Office investigates and can manage the assets of people who are residents of Contra Costa County at the time of death and who die without a qualified person wanting or being able to take responsibility. The powers of the Public Administrator are set forth in the California Probate Code.
This function is managed by Contra Costa Health Services. Visit their website for more information. To see all other county departments and offices, check out their web pages. With Monica Nino's appointment as chief administrator of Contra Costa County, residents can expect an experienced leader with a long history of public service to take charge. Her experience responding to a pandemic, her work in county hospitals, and her experience in finance will be invaluable in helping Contra Costa County navigate through these difficult times. Ms.
Nino brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Contra Costa County. She has been involved in public administration for many years and has a proven track record of success. Her experience responding to a pandemic, her work in county hospitals, and her experience in finance will be invaluable in helping Contra Costa County manage its finances during this difficult time. She also has strong relationships with other county supervisors which will help foster collaboration between counties. Ms.
Nino is an experienced leader who understands how to manage complex situations. She is well-versed in financial management and has a deep understanding of how to respond to a pandemic. Her appointment as chief administrator of Contra Costa County is sure to bring positive changes for residents.