- Board of Directors
- Division 1
Division 1 - Gil Albiani
Board of Director Information
- Term: 2020 - 2024 (2023 President)
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- Ethics Training Date: 12/04/2019
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- City of Elk Grove 2 by 2
- City of Galt 2 by 2
- Elk Grove Unified School District 2 by 2
- County Supervisor 2 by 2
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Gil Albiani, a long-time resident of the Elk Grove area and a respected member of the local real estate community, was first elected to the Cosumnes CSD Board in 2004 and was reelected in 2008, 2012, 2016, and 2020. He has been active in local, regional and statewide affairs. He was a past chair on the board for Methodist Hospital, having helped guide the hospital to becoming part of the Mercy system. He now currently serves on the board of directors of the Mercy Foundation Board and is the immediate past chair of the Dignity Healthcare of Greater Sacramento Service Area.
He has previously served on several regional boards including the California Exposition & State Fair Board, Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, Florin Resource Conservation District, American Lung Association, and Sacramento Immigrant Trails Board. He has served as president of the Sacramento Association of Realtors and was selected as its 1999 Realtor of the Year.
He is a partner of the Albiani Real Estate Group and member of the Sacramento County Farm Bureau, American Shorthorn Association, and Elk Grove Chapter of the American Legion. He is a strong supporter of the 4H and FFA programs and actively supports the annual Sacramento County Fair Junior Livestock Auction.
Gil and his wife Kay Albiani were the 2021 Elk Grove Citizens of the Year. The Elk Grove Citizen of the Year is a 67-year-old tradition that honors an individual or a couple who positively impacted the Elk Grove community.
Gil is a veteran serving 22 years in the Army National Guard, attended Infantry OCS and retired as a Major, Medical Service Corp. Gil and Kay have five children and 14 grandchildren.