Chief of Staff
Joy's responsibilities include collecting, analyzing, and presenting data relating to a wide variety of
community interests and governmental programs, responding to requests for information on governmental
functions and community activities and programs, performing a variety of special assignments such as
researching new programs and evaluating services, representing the supervisor at meetings and conferences,
and acting as a liaison between the community and various county departments and agencies.
Joy started with San Bernardino County in November 1998 and has since worked for the Department of
Behavioral Health, Human Services System, and for Supervisors Fred and Patti Aguiar.
Joy received her BA in Business Administration from Tourou University in December 2004, and her masters
in Public Administration from Cal State San Bernardino in 2012.
Deputy Chief of Staff
Brian is responsible for constituent communications, investigating concerns raised by the public and assisting groups and individuals in obtaining services or resolving complaints. He represents the Supervisor at meetings and other functions and acts as a liaison between the community and various county departments and agencies.
Brian grew up in Huntington Beach and attended Mater Dei High School. He went to U.C. Berkeley where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. While at Berkeley, he was President of his fraternity and wrote for various campus publications. Brian also earned a Master of Public Administration degree with an Emphasis in Public Management from C.S.U. Dominguez Hills.
Brian has worked on Capitol Hill and in California's State Capitol. He also has worked for the Boy Scouts of America. Brian serves on the Board of Directors for the Rotary Club of Rancho del Chino, serves on his local board for the Federal Selective Services System, and was appointed to the Measure M Citizens Oversight Committee for Chino Valley Unified School District. Brian also serves as a Director on the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. He and his wife, Libbie, have a son and daughter.
Lawrence "Larry" Enriquez
Larry is a graduate of Christian Associates Seminary from where he graduated with a Masters in Christian Studies.
Larry was ordained the same year to Christian Ministry and received further training from the Institute of
Biblical Counseling. He has been involved in Pastoral ministry as a Bible Teacher and Counselor for over 30 years.
For 15 years, Larry has served and currently serves as a Chaplain for the Ontario Police Department. Larry
is a Judicial Systems Chaplain certified in; Gangs, Organized Crime and Narcotics Curriculum. Larry has his
Powers of Arrest and Control and Firearms from Riverside Community College as per the Riverside Sheriffs Dept.
He currently serves as Pastor for Community Christian Fellowship, an Evangelical Christian Church in Ontario.
Larry has served as the Pastor for over 17 years.
Through February, 2010, Larry served as the Executive Director of the Ontario/Montclair YMCA. This was a service
of 14 years. Larry has been able to work extensively over that period of time with many and various community
organizations and closely with both the City of Montclair and Ontario.
Larry has served on various committees and projects and currently sits as the Board Chair for Partners for Better
Health, a community organization responsible for initiating ‘Healthy City’ vision, strategy, implementation and policy.
He was born in Ontario, California. He resides in Ontario with his wife of over 35 years, Therese.
Small Business Liaison
Roman Nava began his position January 3, 2005. Roman was formerly a field representative for Assemblyman
Bob Pacheco, and prior to that, was an aide to then Governor Pete Wilson.
A Chino Hills resident, he served as a Park and Recreation Commissioner from 2007 to 2010. His other
community involvements include serving as the 2007 Chino Valley Fire Foundation President, as well as
serving as past chair to the Chino Valley Unified School District Measure M Citizens Bond Oversight
Committee. In January 2010, Roman was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to serve on the California
Council on Criminal Justice. He currently is President of the Los Serranos Ranch Homeowners Association
and is on the Board of Directors for the Rotary Club of Greater Chino Hills.
Roman graduated from Cal-State Fullerton with a bachelor's degree in political science. Roman and his wife
Joya, a civil engineer with Caltrans in San Bernardino, are proud parents of two young boys.
Her duties include maintaining the schedules of the Supervisor and Chief of Staff, working with County
departments on a variety projects and tasks, and assisting constituents with county related issues.
Annette started with San Bernardino County in July of 2006. She grew up in the city of Montclair where
she graduated from Montclair High School. Prior to joining staff, Annette worked for The Irvine Company
in Newport Beach. Currently she is attending Chaffey College where she is completing her undergraduate
studies and hopes to transfer to a University to complete her degree in Public Administration.
Annette has 2 children, Jessica Hall of Hampstead, North Carolina, and Caleb Taylor of Montclair, and
also has four beautiful grandchildren; Mason, Owen, Audra, and Evan.
Annette currently resides in Montclair, where she stays busy raising her son, Caleb.
Jeanna's responsibilities include assisting constituents with county related issues in the 4th District. She
represents the Supervisor at meetings and other functions in the community.
Jeanna started working for Supervisor Ovitt in August 2007. She grew up in the Inland Empire and currently
resides in La Verne. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree and Masters of Public Administration
Degree from the University of La Verne.
Jeanna and her husband Jeff reside in the City of La Verne.