President - Chris Gullett
Bio coming soon.
Vice President - Justin Swift
Justin was hired by the Sheriff's Department in September 2003. He has spent 10 years assigned to the custody division. Justin joined the executive board in 2013 and is assigned to the custody workgroup. Justin was elected vice president in January 2014.
Vice President - Doug Schlief
Deputy Doug Schlief began his career with the Marin County Sheriff's Department in 2011. Prior to that Doug had a 32 year career with a large Northern California Police Department where he worked several specialized assignments. In his previous employment Doug was active in the Police Management Association as a board member for 12 years and as Association President for 8 years. Doug is currently assigned as a Patrol Deputy and Field Training Officer at the Marin City Substation.
Executive Board Member - Deputy Corey Monge
Corey Monge began her career with Marin County Sheriff’s Office in 1998 in the Records Division. In 1999, she earned a position as a full time deputy sheriff assigned to the Marin County Jail. She has held several assignments over her sixteen year career in law enforcement including helping to pioneer one of the most successful programs in California to concentrate on reintegrating inmates back into society. Deputy Monge is currently a Classification Deputy in the jail. She has served on the DSA Board since 2013 and headed many committees including Merchandise, The PAC Treasury, The Christmas Party and as the DSA Vice President.
Secretary - Brenden Berry
Deputy Brenden Berry came to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office in 2011 with three years of law enforcement experience from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department and Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. While working for the Marin County Sheriff’s Office, he has been assigned to the Custody Division, Courts, Patrol and currently works in the Professional Standards Unit as an Investigator. Brenden began his service with the DSA in January, 2017 when he was appointed as the DSA Treasurer.
Membership Benefits - Kyle LorenzKyle started his career in 2012 as a volunteer in the Coroner’s Division. In fall of 2014 he was hired as a full time Deputy Sheriff, assigned to the Custody Division. In 2015 he was re-assignedto the Court Services Division and held that assignment for a year and a half. As of January 2017, Kyle has been re-assigned to the Custody Division. Kyle started his involvement in theDSA last year, taking over as the Membership and Benefits Coordinator. Kyle was elected as a board member for the first time this year.
Master at Arms - Samuel White
Deputy Samuel White graduated the police academy in December of 2011 and started his career with the Marin County Sheriff’s Office in August of 2014. Deputy White is currently assigned the Custody Division and is excited to be part of this critical time in the DSA. Prior to his career in Law Enforcement, Deputy White spent 12 years in the mortgage industry and other Real Estate businesses. Deputy White hopes to use his business acumen to assist his peers, new hire and old, to understand the benefits and pit falls of our working contract.
Executive Board Member - Josh Thaller
Deputy Joshua Thaller began his career with the Marin County Sheriff's Office in June of 1999. After being hired he was assigned to the Marin County Jail and Court Security Division. In 2000, Deputy Thaller transferred to patrol and then the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force. Deputy Thaller has been a field training officer since 2008. Being a field training officer has been one of the most rewarding experiences of his tenure. He takes pride in watching his former trainees go on to successful careers. In January 2014 Deputy Thaller was elected by his peers to take a place on the DSA Executive Board. He looks forward to working hard for the DSA members.
Charitable Contributions - David Lundie
Deputy Lundie began his law enforcement career with the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office in 1999. He had a very successful career there including specialty assignments like the Swat team and Field Training Officer. A career opportunity led him to move to the Marin County Sheriff's Office in 2013. He briefly trained in the Marin County Jail before becoming a fixture in the patrol division last year. David was elected to the DSA Executive Board in January 2014
PAC Treasurer - John George
John George is an inspector with the Marin County District Attorney's Office and has been representing their staff on the DSA since 2010. John started his law enforcement career in 1981 with the California Highway Patrol, where he spent thirteen years working in the East Los Angeles and Marin County areas. The next seventeen years, John spent with the State Attorney General's Office, Department of Justice, assigned to the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement. Since joining the DSA Board, John has assisted members as an internal affairs representative and in contract negotiations. John says he and the other district attorney inspectors are very appreciative of the opportunity to be a part of the DSA and the representation and support the Association provides them.
Executive Board Member - Ed Rudolph
Deputy Ed Rudolph was hired by the Sheriff's Office in 2005. Ed is currently assigned as a detective in the Investigations Bureau. Prior to working at the Marin County Sheriff's Office, Ed worked for the San Rafael Police Department and Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. A majority of his career has been spent working as a detective. He has worked as a detective for all of the three departments. Ed was a board member and secretary for the San Rafael Police Association, and served on the Executive Board for a short period of time in 2006. He represents the many employees in specialty assignments on the executive board.
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Executive Board Member - David Estes