California 100 is a transformative statewide initiative focused on inspiring a vision and strategy for California’s next century that is innovative, sustainable, and equitable. The initiative is incubated at the University of California and Stanford, and is guided by an expert and intergenerational Commission.
The mission of California 100 is to strengthen California’s ability to collectively solve problems and shape our long-term future—through research, policy innovation, advanced technology, and engagement—by identifying, mobilizing, and supporting champions for innovative and equitable solutions.
OUR AREAS OF FOCUS:
Advanced technology and basic research
Arts, culture, and entertainment
Economic mobility, inequality, and workforce
Energy, environment, and natural resources
Federalism and foreign policy
Governance, media, and civil society
Health and wellness
Housing and community development
Public safety and criminal justice reform
Transportation and urban planning
We are guided by our commitment to
California 100 Commission
The California 100 Commission draws on an extraordinary group of leaders who reflect diversity by region and industry, and the perspectives of communities who have been historically marginalized or excluded. Many of the commissioners will be next generation leaders, providing opportunities for intergenerational learning and mentoring. The Commission will help advance our vision and strategy for California’s next century by providing strategic feedback and hosting listening sessions across the state. Click here to learn more about the California 100 Commission.
The California 100 Advisory Council is comprised of leaders and innovators committed to building a more equitable and inclusive future for all Californians. Advisors will bring their statewide expertise and perspective, as well as relevant experiences at the local, regional, national, and international levels to the California 100 Initiative. The Advisory Council will provide the executive team with targeted reviews and insights, as well as connections to aligned efforts across the state. Learn more about the Advisory Council here.