Camarillo, CA – Assemblymember Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) today congratulated Camarillo Health Care District CEO Jane Rozanski for her recent appointment by Governor Jerry Brown to the California Commission on Aging.
“Jane Rozanski is a great choice for the California Commission on Aging,” stated Assemblyman Gorell. “For decades she has dedicated herself to improving health care in the community, experience which will be tremendously valuable in helping the State of California serve the needs of our senior citizens.”
Previously, Ms. Rozanski was institutional advancement officer for the Ventura County Community College District, executive director of Camarillo Hospice, and owner and director of the Unlimited Learning Center. She has served on the ALPHA Fund Council and numerous committees with both the Association of California Healthcare Districts and the California Special District Association.
Jane Rozanski has been recognized in the past as a State of California Legislature Woman of the Year, Ventura County Special District General Manager of the Year, California Special Districts General Manager of the Year, Healthcare Professional of the Year from Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation, Woman of Distinction from the Girl Scouts of Tres Condados, and the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year.
Ms. Rozanski has been a Camarillo resident since 1967, is married with two adult children and four granddaughters.
The California Commission on aging was established in 1973 and acts as an advocacy group on behalf of older individuals. It is the principal advisory body to the Governor, State Legislature, and State, Federal and local departments and agencies on issues affecting older individuals in order to ensure a quality of life for older Californians so they may live with dignity in their chosen environment.