Regional Complete Count Subcommittees

The Complete Count Committees (CCC) are volunteer committees established by tribal, state, and local governments and community leaders or organizations to increase awareness and motivate residents to respond to the 2020 Census. CCC’s serve as state and local “census ambassador” groups that play an integral part in ensuring a complete and accurate count of the community in the 2020 Census. Success of the census depends on community involvement at every level. The U.S. Census Bureau cannot conduct the 2020 Census alone.

The Regional Complete Count Subcommittees in Montgomery County.

  • UpCounty - Catherine Matthews, Chair. Mansfield “Kasey” Kaseman, Co-Chair. Britta Monaco, Co-Chair.
  • Mid County - Luisa Montero-Diaz, Chair, Jessy Mejia Terry, Co-Chair
  • Bethesda-Chevy Chase - Ken Hartman, Co-Chair. Julian Norment, Co-Chair
  • East County - Jewru Bandeh, Chair, Yi Shen, Co-Chair
  • Silver Spring - Reemberto Rodriguez, Co-Chair, Diane Vu, (Temporary) Co-Chair

The Complete Count Committees (CCC) program is key to creating awareness in communities across the country.

  • CCCs utilize local knowledge, influence, and resources to educate communities and promote the census through locally based, targeted outreach efforts.
  • CCCs provide a vehicle for coordinating and nurturing cooperative efforts between tribal, state, and local governments; communities; and the Census Bureau.
  • CCCs help the Census Bureau get a complete count in 2020 through partnerships with local governments and community organizations.


Tribal, state, and local governments work together with partners to form CCCs to promote and encourage response to the 2020 Census in their communities. Community-based organizations also establish CCCs that reach out to their constituents.


A CCC is comprised of a broad spectrum of government and community leaders from education, business, healthcare, and other community organizations. These trusted voices develop and implement a 2020 Census awareness campaign based upon their knowledge of the local community to encourage a response.


The formation of CCCs is happening NOW! Leaders are identifying budget resources and establishing local work plans. In 2020, they will implement the plans and lead their communities to a successful census count.