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Steve Glazer


Orinda Library

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Orinda Library

24 Orinda Way

Orinda, California,94563

United States

Company Description

East Bay Real Estate - Buying and Selling homes in Contra Costa County including Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Pittsburg, Antioch, and Brentwood, California...more

Background Information

Employment History


Glazers Realtors

State Senator

Steve Glazer

President Pro Tem

California State Senate

Not Available

Glazer Companies


California State University


iM Companies

Union Member

Mayors Against Illegal Guns


Governmental Organization

Chairman of the Committee

4CNet Services


Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority

Board Member

Patch Media Corporation

Board Member

Moore Iacofano Goltsman Inc

Board Member

Oakland Unified School District

Co-chair of the Save Our Schools Committee and Member of the Orinda Fire Campaign Committee

Tim Sbranti

City Council Member


bachelor's degree

San Diego State

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Steven M. Glazer
Steven M. Glazer Steven M. Glazer Member, Board of Trustees (2011-2019) The California State University Governor Brown appointed Steven M. Glazer to the CSU Board of Trustees in 2011. Glazer is the president of Glazer & Associates, a strategic and communications consulting company that he formed in 1989. His clients include companies, landowners, environment organizations, and non-profit associations. He has held a variety of senior positions in the California Legislature, which include posts with then-Assemblyman Gray Davis and then-Senate President Pro Tempore David Roberti. In addition, he has served as Jerry Brown's senior political advisor since 2009. Glazer also serves as a member of the Orinda City Council and sits on the board of the Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority, which is responsible for garbage and recycling services in portions of Contra Costa County. An alumnus of the CSU, Glazer earned a bachelor's degree from San Diego State University. While attending SDSU, he served as president of Associated Students, the university's student governing group. [cached]

Steven Glazer, Senior Associate
Steven Glazer is a senior associate of the Conservation Campaign specializing in polling, strategy, and campaign management. He is a nationally recognized political and media consultant who has developed campaign strategies for more than fifty communities in a dozen states, and designed and fielded conservation polls across the country. Steven has had a leadership role in many of the largest and most successful park and open space preservation ballot measure campaigns in the country in recent years, including Propositions 12 and 13 in California, the St. Louis Greenways campaign in Illinois and Missouri, and major park measures in Dade County, Florida, and Los Angeles, California. Steven is also the mayor of Orinda, California. [cached]

Eleven years ago, Steve Glazer was shot in the neck by a high-powered pellet rifle while driving with his family.
The .17-caliber projectile just missed his carotid artery and lodged next to his spine. The perpetrator was caught but never charged with a crime because pellet guns were classified as toys in the criminal code. After recovering from his injury, Steve worked with then-Senator Tom Torlakson to author legislation establishing penalties for pellet-gun attacks. This incident sparked Steve's involvement in Orinda local government, where he won a seat on the City Council in 2004, served three terms as Mayor, and was re-elected in 2008 and 2012. Throughout his terms Steve has focused on improving infrastructure, public services, and local schools - while ensuring government fiscal accountability. At the state level, Steve's public policy efforts span three decades and include landmark achievements in the areas of conservation, public safety, affordable housing, and fiscal reform. Missing Children: As an Assembly aide in the 1980s, Steve created the program that placed pictures of missing children on milk cartons, grocery bags, and billboards -- an initiative credited with finding more than one dozen children. Affordable Housing: Steve organized campaigns that provided billions of dollars for homeless shelters and affordable housing, as well as residences for abused women and foster children. Open Space Preservation: Working on open space preservation measures, Steve helped permanently protect thousands of acres of California land from development. Advisor to Governor Brown: Steve served as an advisor to Governor Brown, helping him successfully tackle California's difficult budgetary and fiscal challenges. Steve Glazer has received numerous awards and recognition for his volunteerism and professional endeavors. He currently serves as California State University Trustee and Mayor of Orinda. Steve also runs a successful small business, advising environmental, business, and nonprofit organizations. Steve is married to Melba Muscarolas, an AT&T executive. Steve earned a bachelor's degree from San Diego State University where he served as Student Body President. Steve was born and raised in Sacramento, California to Carol and Morton Glazer in 1957. Steve served on the student council in middle school and participated in numerous school activities, eventually being elected Student Body President. In 1970, at the age of thirteen, Steve was the top collector of books and magazines (810 total) for soldiers serving in Vietnam. His success was captured in a Sacramento Bee photo highlighting the accomplishments of the youths sitting on top of the many thousands of donated books. Steve was involved in scouting and rose to the rank of Law Explorer Scout. This is an early picture of Steve as a Cub Scout. Steve was an accomplished junior tennis player, eventually ranking in the top five for players under 18 in the region. He was selected to the Sacramento team, which participated in the National Team Tennis Championships. Steve attended San Diego State University and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree in 1979. [cached]

San Francisco Chronicle recommends: Steve Glazer for California Senate
Voters can maintain a meaningful choice in the May 19 special election by voting for Orinda Mayor Steve Glazer, a longtime adviser to Gov. Republican Michaela Hertle has suspended her campaign and endorsed Glazer. While Glazer sides with traditional Democratic positions more often than not, there are times when the public interest is served by legislators showing the independence to stand up to the public employee unions, which wield inordinate influence in the Democratic-controlled Legislature. Glazer has zeroed in on some of the issues where action has been stalled by union opposition. Glazer is committed to moving ahead on both. He also continues to carry the torch for prohibiting BART workers from striking. Steve Glazer is our choice in the March 17 primary. [cached]

Glazer, Bonilla Poised to go Head-to-Head in Special Election for State Senate
Democratic candidates Steve Glazer and Susan Bonilla seem poised to advance in Tuesday's primary election to fill a vacant state Senate seat representing parts of Contra Costa and Alameda counties, according to unofficial election results. With all of the precincts reporting, Glazer, the Mayor of Orinda, had nearly 33 percent of the vote, trailed by state Assemblywoman Bonilla, D-Concord, with just under 25 percent. Glazer made headlines in 2013 when he advocated for a statewide ban on transit strikes amid two BART strikes that year. On Tuesday, he tweeted, "The deception and manipulation by the BART unions and their allies had an impact but failed." Glazer has served on the Orinda City Council since 2004 and emphasized infrastructure improvements and education reform in his campaign literature. He said on Tuesday the primary was "positive evidence that voters want a fiscally responsible bi-partisan problem solver who is independent from powerful special interests."

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