The council shall be comprised of the following members:
(a) The Secretary of California Health and Human Services, who shall serve as cochair.
(b) The Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, or his or her designee, who shall serve as cochair.
(c) The Superintendent of Public Instruction, or his or her designee.
(d) The Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, or his or her designee.
(e) The executive director of the State Board of Education.
(f) The Director of Social Services.
(g) The Director of Health Care Services.
(h) The Director of State Hospitals.
(i) The Director of Developmental Services.
(j) The Director of the Youth Authority.
(k) The Administrative Director of the Courts.
(l) The State Foster Care Ombudsperson.
(m) Four foster youth or former foster youth.
(n) The chairpersons of the Assembly Human Services Committee and the Assembly Judiciary Committee, or two other Members of the Assembly as appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.
(o) The chairpersons of the Senate Human Services Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee, or two other members appointed by the President pro Tempore of the Senate.
(p) Leaders and representatives of county child welfare, foster care, health, education, probation, and mental health agencies and departments, child advocacy organizations; labor organizations, recognized professional associations that represent child welfare and foster care social workers, tribal representatives, and other groups and stakeholders that provide benefits, services, and advocacy to families and children in the child welfare and foster care systems, as recommended by representatives of these groups and as designated by the cochairs.
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