Regional Leadership Teams
Goal: To organize 90by30 efforts across Lane County so that every person, neighborhood, group, and organization has
a way to easily participate in efforts to end child abuse and neglect in Lane County
We are absolutely committed to taking on the challenge of prevention of child neglect and abuse all across Lane County.
Our Organizing Committee worked hard in 2012 to decide on a way to organize our efforts to meet that goal.
Our decision was to divide Lane County into six geographical areas, following the lines of school districts as
much as possible. Our regions are West Lane, East Lane, South Lane, North Lane, Eugene-Metro, and Springfield-Area.
Click here to see the map of our six regions and a detailed description of the
areas that make up the Regional Leadership Teams.
The job description to be a Team member is simple and fits the wide variety of people from many different backgrounds
and experience across Lane County:
- You believe that child neglect and abuse is preventable
- You are willing to make a commitment to work with 90by30 and its partners on child abuse prevention efforts
- You are willing to commit 6-8 hours a month to work on the 90by30 effort – some of this time may be from home
- You have an ability and wish to work with others in your region to implement child abuse prevention strategies
- You have a wish to be a decision-maker and make choices about exactly what prevention efforts will be implemented
in your region
- You have some skill or experience in any of the following: community organizing, parenting, working with youth,
leader within a neighborhood or other group, child care, community volunteering, business, early childhood intervention,
physical or mental health, policy making, education, faith community, computer databases, web-research
- You are effective in “getting things done”
The Regional Leadership Teams are open to all who are interested and who meet the listed qualifications.
There is a goal of 18-20 members for each Team. We are committed to ensuring that Teams are comprised of a
cross-section of the community, such as:
- General community (natural leaders, neighborhood leaders)
- Parents and grandparents
- Civic groups
- Health (medicine, mental health)
- Early childhood intervention
- Faith community
- Youth sports or recreation
- Local government
- Social Service agencies
- The role of the Teams will be to give direction and input to the larger 90by30 effort and to make decisions
relating to implementing specific strategies within their own region
- The Teams will meet as needed, but at least quarterly in their own area
- Team members are being asked for a two-year commitment to 90by30
- The six Teams will lead 90by30 efforts in their own geographical area while participating within the
larger 90by30 effort to make sure that effective strategies are implemented countywide
- Each Team will have two representatives on the 90by30 Coordinating Council