Since being elected to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors in November
2010, Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford has led efforts to reign in costly
public pensions, balance the County budget, and restore public confidence in County
Government. She was selected to serve a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Supervisors
in January 2013.
During her 10 years on the Fontana City Council, Janice worked with her colleagues
to provide quality amenities to improve residents’ quality of life, including new
parks, community centers, and 93,000-square-foot regional library.
San Bernardino County's Second Supervisorial District lies at the heart of the Inland
Empire, encompassing the cities of Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, and much of Fontana.
The Second District also includes the unincorporated communities of Devore, Lytle
Creek, San Antonio Heights, and Mt. Baldy as well as the entire Rim of the World
mountain communities from Cedarpines Park to Green Valley Lake.
Andy is charged with communicating Supervisor Rutherford's policy goals to county staff and helping develop long-range goals and plans for the district. Andy’s local government experience includes serving as the city manager for the City of Banning, Town of Yucca Valley, City of Atascadero and the City of Newcastle in Washington. He also served as Director of Parks and Recreation for the Town of Mammoth Lakes and as Parks and Recreation Supervisor for the City of Santa Fe. Andy is also an active water polo referee and has travelled the world referring water polo matches, including the 2000 Summer Olympic Games and the 1998 FINA World Championships.
Mark is a former Fontana Planning Commissioner who grew up in Second District communities.
Most recently, he served as Assistant Controller for the State of Nevada. Mark was
Vice President of the California Restaurant Association and has been an Economic
Development Project Manager for Southern California Edison. He also holds an MBA
from Brigham Young University. Mark manages the Second District staff and advises
on policy issues.
Scott manages written communication for the Second District office. He also serves
as a media liaison and advises Supervisor Rutherford on issues involving the press.
He has more than 15 years of experience in writing and public relations. He formerly
worked as a staff writer for The Sun/Daily Bulletin, the Daily Press in Victorville,
and The Free Press in Kinston, NC. He is a graduate of East Carolina University.
Dianna served as the Executive Director of the Rancho Cucamonga/Fontana YMCA. She previously
owned and operated a successful accounting firm. Dianna has also been a volunteer with the
Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Safe Council
and the West End Gangs and Drug Task Force. Dianna is the field representative for San Antonio
Heights, Mt. Baldy and Lytle Creek.
Lewis serves as District Representative for the Rim of the World Mountain Communities
as well as the unincorporated communities of Devore and Lytle Creek. He previously
served as the President/CEO of the Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to that, Lewis owned a retail business in Lake Arrowhead Village. Lewis has
a bachelor’s degree in management from Park University. He has served as a volunteer
with the Rim of the World Search and Rescue Team, the Lake Arrowhead Village Merchants
Association, Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council, and the Lake Arrowhead Rotary
Christina serves as the District Representative for the City of Fontana and advises Supervisor Rutherford on land use and other issues. She grew up in Fontana and previously served as assistant to the Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Fontana. She earned a Master’s of Public Administration and a Bachelor’s in Geography from Cal State San Bernardino; she also received a Master’s of Counseling from Southeast Missouri State University. Christina served as an associate planner for the City of Rialto and a project associate for Orange County. She also worked as a counselor for the Kennett School District in Kennett, Missouri.
Stephanie grew up in Rancho Cucamogna and graduated from Los Osos High School where she served
as Associated Study Body President and the Chaffey Joint Union High School District Student Ambassador.
She majored in Political Science at the University of California, Riverside. She was the President of
Pi Beta Phi and also served as the Elections Director for the Associated Students of UCR. Stephanie serves
as Supervisor Rutherford's Field Representative for the cities of Rancho Cucamonga and Upland, and she
coordinates the Second District Youth Council.
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