CABOC Administration & Staff

Anton Jungherr

Nick Marinovich

Denise Sheehan

Linda Ruiz-Lozito

Gregg Visineau

 

 

 

 

 

Anton Jungherr

Executive Director, Secretary/ Treasurer and Co-Founder of the CABOC
Anton Jungherr, Co-Founder, Director, Secretary and Treasurer of the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees Anton Jungherr, along with Jack Weir, co-founded in September 2019 the California Association of Bond Oversight Committees (CABOC). Anton is a member of the committees for FAQ, best practices, conference, legislation, operations, and executive. … See complete bio: caboc-board-of-directors/

Denise Sheehan

Administration Manager
Denise Sheehan provides administrative support to the CABOC. She is employed by the Contra Costa Taxpayers Association as their Business Manager. She is the owner of two small businesses including A Graceful Stitch that designs, produces, and distributes quilt patterns and fabric lines. Denise is the author of two quilting how-to books that are sold through quilt stores and Amazon. She teaches quilting classes at local stores and throughout the country. Denise has two adult daughters. In her previous life before children, she worked for the Piedmont Unified School District.

Linda Ruiz-Lozito

Graphic Design, Web Mistress
Linda served as the Taxpayer Representative on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee, for the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD).  She was the Board Chair of a charter middle school during major transitions including the successful renewal of the charter.   Linda was a plaintiff in a Voting Rights Act (VRA) lawsuit against the WCCUSD with a settlement agreement that in 2020 they would finally follow the VRA after about a year of stalling. Her longtime profession is as a freelance graphic artist and artist, www.WildcatArts.com.

Gregg Visineau

Strategic Planning Consultant

Gregg has been a member of the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s (WCCUSD) CBOC since April 2017. He is a long time resident in the WCCUSD area and his two children attended district schools.  Gregg has regularly attended Board of Education, CBOC, Audit, Facilities and Governance Committee meetings. He has presented written and oral Public Comments at all these meetings on topics as diverse as bond funding for IT purchases; conflicts of interest for Board members; governance and fiduciary responsibility; facilities program risk analysis; and learning from past school design and construction errors to improve on future projects.  

Gregg’s professional skills reflect time spent in mergers and acquisitions; economic and project analysis; strategic and business planning; operational excellence; emergency response; project finance; supply chain management; logistics and trading; commercial management; and asset management. Degrees from U.C. Berkeley include Mechanical Engineering B.S. 1977, Naval Architecture, Master of Engineering 1979, and MBA 1981.