Paul Resnikoff was elected to the Campbell City Council in November 2014, having previously served the City of Campbell from February 2007 to September 2010 as a Parks and Recreation Commissioner, and September 2010 to November 2014 as a Planning Commissioner. During 2014, he served as Chairperson of the Planning Commission, and was appointed to a second four-year term prior to his election to the City Council.
Paul has been an active participant and volunteer in the community for many years. He has founded three local non-profit corporations: Campbell Parks and Recreation Foundation, which supports local parks and recreation programs through fundraising and volunteer projects; Campbell Police Foundation, which raises funds in support of local law enforcement efforts; and Leadership Campbell, which identifies and trains future community leaders. Paul is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Campbell.
After a successful career in high technology, Paul established his small business in Campbell. As an Enrolled Agent, he specializes in tax preparation and representation, and small business consulting, with a particular interest in working with nonprofits.
Paul earned his B.A. in Biology at California State University, Northridge. He also holds an MBA with an emphasis in Marketing and Finance from the University of Arizona.
2015 Committee Assignments: Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House Foundation Liaison (Alt.) Downtown Subcommittee Economic Development Subcommittee Education Subcommittee (Alt.) Finance Subcommittee Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority Board (SVACA) 20% Housing Committee (Successor Agency) Valley Transportation Authority Policy Advisory Committee West Valley Sanitation District (Alt.) West Valley Solid Waste Authority JPA