Libby Schaaf is the Mayor of Oakland. See her inauguration ceremony here.
See political positions here.
According to her official site, "in 2010, Councilmember Schaaf was elected to serve on the Oakland City Council representing District 4. Born and raised in Oakland's District 4, Libby Schaaf has centered her life and career on building community, solving problems, and leading change in her hometown. Libby spent her youth volunteering through countless Girl Scout projects, at Children's Fairyland, and as a weekly Ranger Station Aide at Joaquin Miller Park. She graduated from Skyline High School. While an attorney in her late 20s, she co-founded the non-profit Oakland Cares, which organized and implemented hundreds of volunteer community improvement projects across the city. She found her calling was building community, so she left her legal career at Oakland's largest law firm to build and run the first centralized volunteer program for Oakland public schools at the Marcus Foster Institute.
As a Councilmember, she served on the Public Safety, Public Works, Life Enrichment, Education Partnership, City-Port Liason, and Rules and Legislation Committees of the Oakland City Council."
According to the Oakland Public Ethics Commission, Schaaf receives a base salary of $67,709.20 annually.2 Including $39,000 in benefits, her total compensation from the City is $106,7093.
In September, 2013, Schaaf ran a feedback survey for her district. See results here.
Libby Schaaf is very open and willing to meet with residents from all over Oakland.
- Contact her via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit her official site: http://libbyschaaf.com/staff/libby-schaaf
- Visit her Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MayorLibbySchaff?fref=ts
- Follow her on twitter: @libbyschaaf
- On Instagram: https://i.instagram.com/libbyschaaf/
- Libby Schaaf official website
- Libby Schaaf for Mayor campaign website: http://libbyformayor.com/
- Meet Libby City of Oakland
- Libby Schaaf candidate information page on oakmayor2014.com
- City Councilmember for District 4
- Chief of Staff for Ignacio De La Fuente
- Top Aide to Mayor Jerry Brown
- Public Affairs Director of Port of Oakand
November 6, 2013: Zennie reported that Libby Schaaf might be considering running. He reported that "her husband Sal has held down the fort while Libby has worked in service to Oakland, so I would think he’s the ultimate decider in this case."
November 13, 2013: Zennie Abraham writes a detailed blog post on why current candidates should worried about a Libby Schaaf candidacy and discusses possbile advantageous alliances. Libby Schaaf Enters Oakland Mayor’s Race: Implications
December 2, 2013: Schaaf files papers (see Bay Area News Group)
December 2, 2013: Zennie Abraham wrote blog post announcing Schaaf's officially in the Mayor's Race (see: Libby Schaaf For Mayor Of Oakland Campaign Starts; Schaaf Filed Papers Today)
Libby Schaaf held a fundraiser for her campaign for Mayor of Oakland on March 1 at Penrose Restaurant at 3311 Grand Ave at 10 am.
- District 1 Councilmember Dan Kalb (3rd after Jean Quan and Rebecca Kaplan) (source)
- Alameda County Democratic Lawyers Club (source)
- Oakland Tribune (2nd- source)
- Governor Jerry Brown
- Senator Barbara Boxer (source)
- Transport Oakland (source)
- East Bay Express (source)
- Libby Schaaf Newsletter, Mar 14, 2013.
- Libby Schaaf- http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/CityAdministration/d/PublicEthics/o/CityStaffandOfficials/index.htm
- 2013-02-11: "Oakland’s Politicians Are in the Top 5 Percent of Income Earners" by Darwin BondGraham
"Libby Schaaf expected to enter Oakland mayor's race against Jean Quan," Oakland Tribune, November 8, 2013
"Schaaf, Oakland’s ‘Girl Scout Barracuda,’ to run for mayor." Oakland North, December 5, 2013.