Within the borders of Taos County, all children, families, students will be able to access ten vital services to thrive.
100% Taos is a coalition made up of local residents, reflecting a multitude of different skill sets, expertise, insights and talent. Please review the many roles and opportunities for engagement within the initiative.
Leadership Team: Oversees the short, intermediate and long-term projects, all focused on ending barriers to vital services and increasing the health, safety and resilience of 100% of county residents.
Resource Directory Team: Oversees the service directory, which directs residents to ten vital services. This team works to ensure that all the information about services is up to date.
Task Force on Histories and Cultures: Provides a historical overview and perspective on historical disparities and historical trauma, including progress being made to ensure racial equity.
Media and Public Awareness Team: Works with all local media producers to share updates on the initiative, recruit new members and engage all residents in initiative activities. This multi-disciplinary team includes artists, writers, muralists, storytellers and filmmakers.
Action Teams: There are ten of these, each one focused on one of the ten vital services for surviving and thriving.
Action Team Leaders are responsible for monitoring the continuous quality improvement process (assessing, planning, action and evaluation) as it relates to developing and implementing projects shown to remove barriers to vital services. Action Team leaders also take responsibility for convening and facilitating action team meetings focused on developing local projects. The leader also oversees the resource/service directory to ensure accuracy.
Project Developers are key members of each action team, developing projects that may be short or long term. Skills that will be helpful in this task include: project management, including assessing, planning, action and evaluation.
Local Government Outreach Members have a vital role in supporting project development, strengthening relationships with city and county lawmakers and program leadership, as well as school board members and school community leadership.