CFSA and California Fairs.
We are Better Together!

CFSA is California’s only full-service provider of self-insurance risk pool programs, safety training, and financial and business support services created especially for California’s fairs.

 

May 2017
New blog post: Hey, nQativ Activity Users, here’s a tip when you find yourself locked out of your fair’s Activity account after three failed tries to log in.

 

Our next CFSA board of directors meeting is Wednesday, June 7.   Remember, if you’d like to see copies of the minutes from past board meetings, you can do so by visiting our  Board Meeting Minutes archive. The agenda for the June meeting will be posted on our website as soon as it’s available.

 

And yet more welcoming! Jim Clark, CEO of the Chowchilla-Madera County Fair, joins the CFSA Board of Directors! 
Jim joins as Director Stephen Kenny’s alternate. Stephen, CEO of the Butte County Fair, was elected to the board in 2016 to fulfill the remainder of  Director John Scurfield’s term when John retired from his post as CEO of the Chowchilla-Madera County Fair.

More welcoming! Chandler Wright joins the Risk Control Department.
On Monday, March 27, CFSA welcomed a new addition to the Risk Control Department – Chandler Wright. Chandler, a risk control specialist, hit the ground running, too! On his first day he spent a short time in the office before heading out on a fairground inspection. Chandler’s responsibilities include risk control inspections, safety program development and safety training. Chandler is fluent in Spanish, which will help expand and enhance CFSA’s risk control training programs.

Please join us in welcoming our newest CFSA Board of Director members:
Nancy Sites, CEO of the Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair joins as the board alternate for Jim Wolcott, CEO of the Lassen County Fair, who was re-elected to the board for the 2017-2020 term.

Lori Marshall, CEO of the Grand National Livestock Show, Horse Show & Rodeo, joins as the board alternate for Mike Olcott, CEO of the Kern County Fair. Mike began his first term on the CFSA  board, running from 2017-2020, in January.