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THE POLICY TEAM

Tom Schwedhelm
Council Member/Chair
City of Santa Rosa

Efren Carrillo 
5th District Supervisor
Sonoma County

Casey D’Angelo
Superintendent
Rincon Valley School District

Brad Calkins
Executive Director
California Convention & Visitors Bureau

Jonathan Coe
Executive Director
Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce

Jerry Dunn
Director
Sonoma County Human Services

Ron Calloway
Superintendent
Mark West Union School District

Chris Coursey
Vice Mayor 
City of Santa Rosa

Michelle Edwards
Operational Team Representative
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central So Co

Sue Field, Ed. D
Superintendent
Bennett Valley Union School District

Steve Freitas
Sheriff
Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department

Warren Hays
Executive Director
Sonoma County Law Enforcement Chaplains

Alicia Henderson
Superintendent
Bellevue Union School District

Steve Herrington
Superintendent of Schools
Sonoma County Office of Education

Donna Jeye
Board Member
Santa Rosa City Schools

Amy Jones-Kerr
Superintendent
Roseland School District

Brian Masterson
Director of Public Safety
City of Rohnert Park

Robert Ochs 
Chief Probation Officer
Sonoma County Probation Office

Kathleen Pozzi
Public Defender
County of Sonoma

Tim Reese
Executive Director
Community Action Partnership

Lisa Schaffner
President
John Jordan Foundation

Nanette Smejkal
Director
Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks

Adam Stein
Superintendent
Wright School District

Mike Kallhoff
President/CEO
United Way of the Wine Country

Mike McGuire
2nd District Senator 
California State Senate

Ernesto Olivares 
Council Member
City of Santa Rosa

Luis Ramirez
President
Latino Peace Officer’s Assoc. of So. Co.

Bret Sackett
Chief of Police
City of Sonoma

Hank Schreeder
Acting Chief of Police
City of Santa Rosa

Jennie Snyder
Superintendent
Piner/Olivet School District

Mike Thompson 
U.S. Congressman
California's 5th Congressional District

Matt Martin
Executive Director
Social Advocates for Youth

Bill Nordskog
Community Volunteer
United Way of the Wine Country

Adam Peacocke
Pastor
City Life Fellowship

Jill Ravitch
District Attorney
Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office

Rita Scardaci
Director
Sonoma County Health Services

Socorro Shiels
Superintendent
Santa Rosa City Schools

Chris Spallino
Chief of Police
Town of Windsor

Pat Williams
Chief of Police
City of Petaluma

City of Santa Rosa Staff:

Fabiola Espinosa
Community Outreach Specialist

Beatriz Florez Huertas
Wraparound Coordinator

Khaalid Muttaqi
Program Manager

Angelique Sweetman
Senior Administrative Assistant

Serena Lienau
Program Analyst


The Operational Team

The Operational Team reports to the Policy Team and carries out their activities and strategies under the Policy Team’s direction.  Members are appointed by members of the Policy Team as a representative of their organization who is able to bring the knowledge, expertise and resources to share with the Team.  In addition to the members appointed by the Policy Team, agencies qualified to provide services under the City’s Measure O CHOICE Grant Funding Program are required to participate on the Operation Team as a part of their service agreement.

The Operational Team meets monthly where law enforcement and others who work with gang involved youth brief members on the recent gang activity in the community.  Action plans are developed to address the specific issues including the identification of the Team members who will be responsible for the implementation of the action plan.  Action plans may include other community resources if necessary.  At the monthly meetings Team members also issue reports on previously assigned action plans.  

The Operational Team's responsibilities include:

  • Identifying and evaluating gang trends in the community 
  • Coordinating a strategic response plan to specific gang activity identified  by the Team
  • Implementing the The Partnership Strategic Plan set out by the Policy Team

Because of the confidential subject matter discussed, Operational Team meetings are closed to the public under the authority of the California Welfare and Institutions Code.