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BA Bachelor of Arts
University of Colorado, Boulder Political Science

MA Masters of Arts
University of Colorado, Boulder Political Science

MURP Masters in Urban/Regional Planning
University of Colorado, Denver

Bio For Steve Rabinowitsh

Steve Rabinowitsh is an instructor of Political Science at Santa Rosa Junior College in the Social Science Department. He has been teaching at SRJC since 1987. He has also been teaching in the Santa Rosa Junior College Community Education Department since 1997. He teaches classes on architecture and travel for other programs as well. He has Masters Degrees in both Political Science and Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado. He was formerly a city planner for eight years in Colorado where he worked for local government, for a regional planning agency and as a consultant. He works extensively in the education field through his teaching and participation in various non-profit and government committees. He gives seminars and presentations as well.

He served on the Santa Rosa City Council and the Executive Board of the Association of Bay Area Governments from 1998-2006. He helped organize and sustain community support for the Prince Memorial Greenway and was involved in promoting bikeway construction, smart growth, affordable housing, open space protection and public art.

He served on campaign committees for the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District formation (1990) and reauthorization (2006) He served on the campaign committee to pass Measure Q, the SMART train and was co-chair of the Sonoma County committee. He has worked on numerous other local campaigns.

He currently serves on the SMART Citizens Oversight Committee, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District Advisory Committee, the Sonoma County Community Foundation Board of Directors and is the Chairman of the Community Foundation committee which provides grants for education, the environment and social services. He is also the Chair of the Santa Rosa Waterways Advisory Committee and a member of the Southeast Greenway Campaign.