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Marin Community College DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Philip J. Kranenburg

63,651 votes (17.75%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Maintaining a Strong Fiscal Profile
  • Environmental Stewardship and Indian Valley Campus Utilization
  • Enhancing Diversity, Equity, and supporting Our At-Risk Community Members



Profession:Incumbent and Certified Public Accountant
Partner, Kranenburg Certified Public Accountants (2002–current)
Member, California Secretary of Education's Schools of the Future Committee — Appointed position (2011–2012)
Vice Chairman, Marin County Economic Forum — Appointed position (2006–2009)
Chairman, Marin County Office of Education School District Organization — Elected position (2003–2006)
Vice Chairman, Central Marin Community Advisory Committee — Elected position (2003–2006)
Trustee, Miller Creek School District — Elected position (2001–2003)


Stanford University Certificate, Leadership for Sustainability (2019)
Environmental Forum of Marin Certificate, Environment (2006)
California School Boards Association Certificate, Masters in Governance (2003)
Stanford University B.A. (1982)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (3)

  • California Democratic Party
  • North Bay Building & Construction Trades Council
  • North Bay Labor Council

Elected Officials (22)

  • Brad Honsberger, Miller Creek School District / Marin County School Boards Association President
  • Jack Gibson, Marin Municipal Water District, Division 1
  • Jennifer Rienks, Marin Healthcare District
  • Ann Sparkman, Marin Healthcare District
  • Carole Mills, DCCM, San Rafael, District One
  • Bob Casey, DCCM, Greenbrae, District Two
  • Marilyn Nemzer, Trustee, Marin County Board of Education
  • David Hellman, Trustee, Marin County Board of Education
  • Damon Connolly, Marin County Board of Supervisors, District 1
  • Katie Rice, Marin County Board of Supervisors, District 2
  • Stephanie Moulton-Peters, Marin County Board of Supervisors - Elect, District 3
  • Dennis Rodoni, Marin County Board of Supervisors, District 4
  • Shelly Scott, Marin County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk
  • Gary Phillips, Mayor, City of San Rafael
  • Denise Athas, Mayor, City of Novato
  • Elizabeth Robbins, Mayor Pro Tem, Town of Ross
  • Eli Beckman, Mayor, Corte Madera Town Council
  • Debbie Butler, President, Novato School District
  • Greg Knell, Trustee, San Rafael School District
  • Heather McPhail Sridharan, President, Kentfield School District
  • Steve Burdo, Councilmember, Town of San Anselmo
  • Richard Sloan, Trustee, Lagunitas School District

Individuals (11)

  • Shawn Marshall, Former Mayor, City of Mill Valley
  • Dennis Fisco, Former Mayor, City of Mill Valley
  • Paula Freschi Kamena, Marin County District Attorney (Ret.)
  • Jeff Slavitz, Former Councilmember, Tiburon Town Council
  • Ann Peterson, Chair, Kentfield Planning Advisory Board
  • Margaret de Somma, Member, Marin Community College District Bond Oversight Committee
  • Linda Novy, Environmental Leader
  • Julia Violich, Director, Marin Conservation League
  • Dr. Fernando Agudelo-Silva, College of Marin
  • Dr. George Rothbart, College of Marin
  • Gabby Hojilla, Former Student Trustee, College of Marin

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