CABOC Board of Directors
Jack Weir, President of the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Jack Weir is the Co-Founder of the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees. The Association of Bond Oversight Committees was chartered to provide training, guidance and support services to citizens responsible for oversight of school bonds throughout California.
Jack brings a wealth of experience to this new role as the President of CABOC. Previously, Mr. Weir served as the Executive Director of Contra Costa Taxpayer Association as well as local citizens’ bond committees to ensure good governance of taxpayers’ dollars. A retired executive for Pacific Telephone and Telegraph, Pacific Telesis Group, Jack has served the community on the city council for Pleasant Hill. Jack is the founder and principal of Change for the Better, an organizational and information systems consultancy. In addition, Jack has held leadership positions for the Contra Costa County transit agency and New Directions Counseling Agency.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Science in Business form the USF and a Master in Arts from JFK University in organizational management. A Jack is a decorated U.S. Army veteran having served in the US and abroad in Germany and Korea.
Amadeo Rodriguez, President, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Amadeo Rodriguez, a decorated U.S. Marine and father to three students from Bassett Unified School District. His strong public service background as a Marine and federal employee, and hands-on experience with educational programs make him an ideal CABOC as a Director.
Amadeo enlisted in the United State Marines Corp in September, 2002, he deployed to Fallujah, Iraq in 2005, and was Honorably Discharged in September, 2009. After serving our country as a Marine, Amadeo became a security contractor with the Federal Protective Services. In 2010, he was recruited by the Social Security Administration to serve as a Claims Representative. He attended Devry University and University of Phoenix.
Amadeo has been a resident of the city of La Puente for over 10 years. Amadeo has been an active community member with Bassett Unified School District as a volunteer parent with Child development, Cheer and Band member supporter with their fundraising committee and also part of the Bassett USD Bond Oversight committee.
Carolyn Castillo, Director, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Carolyn Castillo, Director is responsible for Membership Services. Currently, Carolyn serves on the El Rancho Unified School District School Board and the Tri-Cities Regional Occupational Program School Board. Prior to being elected, Carolyn served on the Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee.
Retired from Boeing’s Defense, Space and Security (BDS) business unit, Carolyn was a Program Management Specialist. In that capacity, Carolyn was responsible for deploying program management processes across various business units and identifying improvement opportunities. Additionally, Carolyn conducted internal organizational effectiveness assessments and served as an external assessor for the California Council for Excellence (CAPE)
Carolyn is a published author of peer reviewed papers relating to Business Continuity. In addition, she was a contributing author for the Facilities Design and Management Handbook published by McGraw-Hill. Ms. Castillo served on the editorial board of the Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Management from 2007 through 2011.
Ms. Castillo holds a Master of Management from the University of Redlands, a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology and Bachelor of Arts, Psychology from California State University Long Beach. Other training includes Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean+ Executive Training and Standard Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) and Appraisal Method (SCAMPI) In addition, Ms. Castillo is a member of the International Facilities Management Association where she was a speaker at its World Workplace Conference in 2003.
Anton Jungherr, Secretary/ Treasurer and Co-Founder of the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Anton Jungherr, along with Jack Weir, is the Co-Founder of the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees (CABOC). Anton serves as the Secretary/Treasurer with extensive experience in school district and city business management. He was the Chief Financial Officer for six school districts including Anchorage, AK and San Francisco, CA and two cities including Newark, NJ.
Mr. Jungherr currently is a member of the West Contra Costa Unified School District Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee where he has served various terms for a total of ten years.
Mr. Jungherr is the author of Operational PPBS* for Education: A Practical Approach to Effective Decision Making, Harper & Row, New York, 1971. (*Planning, Programming, Budgeting System) He earned his Master of Education degree in Educational Administration from Columbia University, and received a Master of Public Administration degree from Syracuse University. Mr. Jungherr also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut.
Cameron “Mac” Moore, Assistant Secretary, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Mac served 4 years on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee for the West Contra Costa County Unified District, where his children attend or graduated from school.
He has worked in the renewable energy industry for over 20 years. Prior to that, he had a career in finance in New York City.
Mac has degrees in Anthropology and Mathematics from Middlebury College in Vermont and an MBA in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Thomas A. Rubin, CPA, CMA, CMC, CIA, CFM, CGFM Assistant Treasurer, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Tom Rubin has been a senior executive, consultant, and auditor for well over governmental agencies, primarily in California, over four decades.
For seventeen years, he was the consultant to the Los Angeles Unified School District School Construction Bond Citizens’ Oversight Committee doing oversight over all aspects of its $28 billion school construction program that built 131 new schools and did thousands of capital renewal and replacement and enhancement projects for several hundred schools.
He worked in all aspects of the program, from assisting in preparing the ballot measures going to the voters to property tax revenue estimates to planning, design, construction, procurement, the project stabilization agreement, small business enterprise program, inspection, and external grants funding.
He organized and led the welcoming session for new BOC members, did tours, special studies, met with senior executives, worker bees, Board of Education members, covered public meetings. He also did reports on Charter Schools (LAUSD has 228 Charter Schools, over 15% of LAUSD K-12 students attend Charter Schools, and over 60% of LAUSD Charter School students are on LAUSD-funded school sites.) He had a major role in preparing the Memorandum of Understanding between LAUSD and the BOC, as well as the BOC by-laws.
Marcus Crawley, Director, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Marcus recently retired from his California General Contractor business after 50 years of experience in all phases of the building trades. The complications of construction performance and collections provided grounding in ‘do-it-yourself’ actions. Marcus plans to bring this ‘Can-Do’ attitude to all his civic responsibilities.
As President of the Alameda County Taxpayers Association, Mr. Crawley serves on the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee at Peralta Community College and the Alameda County Budget Oversight Committee.
The cities, schools and agencies have developed a wide array of strategies to undermine accountability. Marcus is dedicated to ensuring that voters are well informed before tax measure elections and that after the election the tax expenditures comply with the will of the voters.
Marcus holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Nebraska.
Chris Hanson, Director, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees.
Chris Hanson, Director, is a member of the Training Materials Committee. Chris has served as an At Large Member of City College of San Francisco Bond Oversight Committee as well as serving on the Report Sub Committee; Public Comment Little Hoover Report 2017.
Chris career ranges from an Equine Body Worker; Therapeutic riding horse handler, negotiator for Skyline Stables and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and creator of a Community Outreach Program for horse stables. Additionally, Chris served as a Production assistant at Global Business Network, a scenario planning consultant firm and network.
Nick Marinovich, Director, California Association of Bond Oversight Committee
Nick Marinovich brings to the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees extensive experience of overseeing School Citizens Bond Committees. Nick has led and trained several Oversight Committees in San Diego’s hardest hit Districts dealing with accountability and oversight. Nick’s passion for effective oversight is exhibited by his numerous published position papers dealing with Bond Oversight Issues. While serving as the Chair for the Sweetwater Unified School Districts Bond Oversight Committee, Nick testified to the Criminal Grand Jury as an expert witness regarding procurement irregularities for the selected Bond Program Manager.
Nick, retired from the County of San Diego, worked as a Project Manager and Analyst dealing with large capital projects. This extensive knowledge includes facilities planning and evaluation of procurement services coupled with financial analysis. As the Vice President for the California Association of Bond Committees, he will head the Member Services Group.
Mr. Marinovich holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from San Diego State University and extensive Post Graduate courses in Economics.
Ourania Riddle, Director, California Association of Bond Oversight Committees
Ourania Riddle, is responsible for Public Relations. Ourania is an active member and a volunteer of Californian’s Aware, a government watchdog that helps reporters and citizens understand their rights, in order to hold government open and transparent. Because of her continued fight for the Taxpayers in her hometown of Dixon and the State of California Ourania was named the “2015 Tax Fighter” of the Year by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
Ourania authored Measure N, the Dixon Open Governance Initiative, which was placed on the November 2012 ballot, but was defeated largely due to misrepresentation from its opponents.
Born and educated in Athens Greece, her family immigrated to the United States in 1967 and made San Francisco their home. Her husband’s employment gave her the opportunity to live and visit many places overseas. They worked and lived in Italy, Saudi Arabia, Greece, and Germany. Living and traveling in Europe and the Middle East gave her the opportunity to experience firsthand, the many social and economic differences that exist in different countries and parts of the world. She has gained an appreciation of the freedoms and opportunities unique to the United States and the diversity of the American culture.
A volunteer for several different organizations, Ourania has served on the Solano County Grand Jury for two terms, served on the Board of Directors of the California Grand Jurors Association, was Editor of the Grand Jurors’ Journal and was a trainer for statewide county grand juries. Currently she is the secretary of the Solano County Taxpayers Association.