Ken Mintz, Vice President
Ken Mintz has lived in the San Ramon Valley since 1983. His 2 children, Nicole and Jacob, both graduated from SRVUSD schools. Ken initially served on the Board of Education from 1992-1996, including a year as Board President in 1996. He was later co-Chair of the District's Bond Feasibility Committee in 1997 as well as chairman of the District's Facilities Advisory and Oversight Committee from 1998-2002. Ken was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Education in February 2009 and has been re-elected in 2010 and 2014. serving as Board President again in 2013. His current work in the District includes serving as the Board's liaison to the District's Facilities and Safety committees and the Town of Danville as well as representing the District with the San Ramon Valley Street Smarts Program and the San Ramon Valley Emergency Preparedness Citizen Corps Council. Ken also currently serves on the boards of the East Bay Leadership Council and the Mt. Diablo Silverado Boy Scout Council and is a member of the Dougherty Valley San Ramon Rotary Club. In addition to his role with local schools, Ken has served on the City of San Ramon's Parks and Community Services Commission as well as the boards of the San Ramon, Concord and Walnut Creek Chambers of Commerce, the Tri-Valley Business Council, and the Museum of the San Ramon Valley plus a number of nonprofit leadership and advisory boards.
Ken graduated from Georgetown University in Washington DC with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1978 and received an MBA from the University of Texas, Austin in 1980. He also graduated from the Leadership Contra Costa and Leadership San Francisco programs.
Ken has worked for AT&T since 1980. As the company's External Affairs Area Manager in Contra Costa County and the Tri-Valley, Ken has responsibility within the local community for AT&T’s public policy initiatives, community/government relations and philanthropic activities. His career experience includes information technology, process development and software quality assurance prior to his work in external affairs.