Saul Serrano currently serves as the Coordinator for the South Coast Task Force on Youth Safety, a regional collaboration administered by Community Action Commission (CAC) of Santa Barbara County. Previously, Mr. Serrano was a case manager and health educator for over ten years for the Los Compadres Program at CAC, which serves youth throughout Santa Barbara County. Mr. Serrano grew up in the San Fernando Valley and attended UC Santa Barbara, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. For the past six years, he has served on the board for La Casa de La Raza, which offers access to cultural events, education, and access to resources for the Latino Community of Santa Barbara. Mr. Serrano was a past participant of the Future Leaders of America Program and continues to volunteer in the program in order to help foster the next generation of Latino youth leaders. He has been a participant of the Circulo de Hombres de Santa Barbara since 2001, the Circulo meets the first Wednesday of the month at Casa de la Raza.