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Board Members (After Officers, Members Listed Alphabetically)
2021-2024 Term

2022-2025 Term

2023-2026 Term

Second term expires 2024)


Fred raised his two boys in Point Loma. He is an attorney and a small business owner of Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP, a law firm with 30 attorneys. Fred has served the community in many leadership positions, such as the Chair of the Federal Magistrate Judge Selection Committee for the Southern District of California. He also served as a Commissioner on the 2010 San Diego Redistricting Commission. Thereafter, Mayor Faulconer appointed him as a Commissioner on the Independent Rate Oversight Commission (�IROC�). He graduated from UCSB with a B.A. in Business Economics, and then graduated from the University of Southern California School of Law, with Honors, Order of the Coif.

Contact: E-mail Fred

1st Vice Chair
(Third term expires 2025)

Community advocate, environmentalist, avid philanthropist, and also a Portuguese native of Point Loma with a proven track record to protect our community from height limits, over development and most importantly protecting the Quality of Life on the point.


  • Point Loma Rotarian
  • Midway District and Liberty Station Liaison
  • Former PCPB Chair of Long Range Planning  
  • Former PCPB Chair of Famosa Canyon AD Hoc Committee   
  • Former PCPB Election Committee Member
  • Board Member for Several Portuguese Clubs in Point Loma
  • Committee Member for Traffic and Transportation, Park and Rec, Climate Action Planning, Opening a Safe San Diego, SD Arts & Cultural Events, Permits and Planning and CPC Planning Board.
  • Fundraising Events for the needs of Point Loma/OB Senior Citizens  
  • Manage many social media Community Pages to gather input from Peninsula residents

If you see or hear of any issues in our community, please feel free to contact me directly so your voices are heard and so that we may add your concerns to our board agenda for discussion.

Contact: E-mail Margaret

2nd Vice Chair
(Second term expires 2026)

Angela has been an active member of her community for many years. Having attended the local schools; Silvergate, Correia(Collier), and Point Loma High, she graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and had a career as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist for 20 years. A love for helping others has always been at the forefront of her mind and drives her sense of responsibility toward her community.

When Angela isn't focusing her energy on helping her clients as a Real Estate agent for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices of California, she actively volunteers for philanthropic organizations such as the La Playa Auxiliary, which supports Rady's Children's Hospital. Angela, along with her three daughters, was a MADCAPS(Mother's and Daughter's Club Assisting Philanthropies) member for 12 years; from 2009 to 2021. MADCAPS supports various groups such as St.Vincent's de Paul, Therapeutic Recreation Services, and Habitat for Humanity.

The community elected Angela to serve on the Peninsula Community Planning Board for a two-year term that began in March 2021. She has lived in the Point Loma/Ocean Beach area for 50 years, where she resides with her three daughters and husband.



(Second term expires 2025)


  • Retired Dental Hygienist
  • Roseville Resident since 1986.
  • Daughter graduated PLHS & SDSU.
  • Regular attendance PCPB, Project Review, CPC, PLRAG since 2014.
  • Achieved 6 ADA touch cross walk sensors in the Canon / Talbot / Shelter Island area.
  • Advocate for Cabrillo mini parks. Achieved walkway repairs.
  • Advocate for the 30� height limit, code compliance, and enforcement of parking requirements.
  • Frustrated with Process 1 Ministerial approval and the 50% rule.

E-mail Korla

term expires 2026)
Eric Law is a retired Navy Captain, disabled combat veteran, and California native with a passion to continue serving the community that gives so much to the military and his family. Eric and his family lived around the world during his Navy career, happily settling in Point Loma in 2015 for his final assignment. As a tenant commander on Naval Base Point Loma, Eric collaborated with local Peninsula community and city leaders on key issues, developing a lasting appreciation for the community and its people. Eric now leads a professional services division for a major software firm.

Eric is a Cal Poly engineering graduate, a distinguished masters graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, an award-winning essayist, a certified Strategic Planner, Project Management Professional, Program Manager, and Systems Engineer with broad experience in infrastructure planning, budgeting, and policy. Eric is a board member for a local Navy-oriented charity and a neighborhood architectural review committee, and also dedicates time to a local animal rescue nonprofit.

A father of 4 and grandfather to 2 growing children on the Peninsula, Eric is focused on sustainable development and infrastructure enhancement that preserves the character of our neighborhoods and the livability of our community. He believes the Peninsula community must have a substantive voice in how and what decisions are made about our neighborhoods and businesses.


(Second term expires 2025)

Bio and photo to follow

(First partial Term expires 2024)
Jacqueline Greulich is responsible for connecting undergraduate and graduate real estate students with professionals within the commercial and residential real estate industry. She oversees the coordination of the Real Estate Society, student mentorships, internships and career placement initiatives. Greulich has more than 30 years of experience within the commercial real estate industry, including positions with Westcore Properties and Burnham Real Estate (now Cushman & Wakefield).

She is a recipient of the TWIN YWCA award and is a board member of Alpha Project and on the advisory board of the San Diego Center for Children.

Her family resides in Point Loma/OB home since 1997 and they enjoy traveling, cooking, and anything creative. Greulich is the first American born of Cuban immigrants and San Diego began home base growing up in a Navy family since 1963.

(Third term expires 2026)

Mandy Havlik is currently an elected member of the Peninsula Community Planning Board (PCPB). She is a proud spouse of a Navy Combat Veteran and mother of two children who attend Ocean Beach Elementary School and Dana Middle School. She is a proud indigenous woman and is a registered member of the Timiskaming First Nation in Canada. Most recently, she was a city council candidate for District 2.

She is a community advocate and volunteer who has consistently shown up for the community in a variety of ways. She is an advocate for traffic safety and is always championing improving the safety of our community by requesting traffic safety mitigations for streets that have been identified as dangerous transit areas. She advocates for the environment with her work on the PCPB and as a founding member of Kate's Trees, she passionately advocates for trees to be planted throughout the City of San Diego. She believes that we need to have sustainable development and growth policies that balance the needs of the existing community and quality of life while providing more affordable housing. She loves to cook, sing, read books and spend time with friends and family in her free time.

She has previously volunteered as the Ocean Beach Elementary Garden Coordinator for three years where she worked with parent volunteers and school staff to teach children about gardening and help them grow organic produce that is sampled by the school children in the classroom and in the school cafeteria.

She is the Secretary of the PCPB, Chair of the PCPB Traffic and Transportation subcommittee, Chair of the PCPB Parks and Recreation subcommittee and the Co-Chair of the PCPB Environmental subcommittee. She is also a member of the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Council, Point Loma Association, Ocean Beach Town Council Board of Directors and a part of the OBTC Advocacy Subcommittee and the Ocean Beach Woman's Club. She is also a member of the Point Loma Rotary Club and the La Playa Unit of Rady Children's Hospital Auxiliary. She is on the Treewatch Earthworks board that hosts EarthFair in Balboa Park.  She is also a member of the CA Coalition to Abolish Child Marriage.

She is excited about the opportunity of working with the local community and to continue to make the Peninsula a wonderful place to live and raise children..

Contact: E-mail Mandy


(Third term expires 2025)

3rd generation Point Loma resident. Residential real estate agent for 29 years.
Married with one daughter. Enjoys travel, cooking, biking and water activities.

Contact: E-mail Brad 619-218-3529



(First term expires 2024)
Bio and photo to follow

(First term expires 2026)
Andy has been a homeowner in Point Loma for the past 32 years and past Treasurer of the Point Loma Association. His spouse owns Morgan Hollingworth Public Affairs and Association Management, also located in Point Loma. Andy served as a consultant to the members of the Banking, Budget, Bond and Tax Committees of the California State Assembly and Senate. He has also served on several local Boards and Commissions including the Independent Rates Oversight Committee of the San Diego Public Utilities Department, the Audit Committee of the San Diego Regional Airport Authority, and the Citizens Diplomacy Council. Andy is a certified public accountant and an MBA, with an extensive experience in the financial services industry and on multi-billion dollar construction programs including oversight of the K-12 and community college construction programs for the California Legislature He loves Point Loma and San Diego, and wants to maintain its unique quality of live. He welcomes conversation from any resident who has an observation or concern about the community.


(First term expires 2024)
My wife Carolyn and I bought a home in Point Loma in 2002 and moved here in 2010.  I have been active in San Diego chapter of American Association of Individual Investors and the San Diego Association for Corporate Growth. I served as a planning commissioner for ten years with the City of Los Gatos Planning Commission. I was VP & General Counsel for three Silicon Valley Companies and set up their international subsidiaries.  My wife and I lived in Geneva Switzerland for 8 years while I was International General Counsel for a company.  I have a B Met E degree from Ohio State University and JD degree from the University of Washington.

Contact: E-mail Sam
(First Term expires 2026)

Cori has been a homeowner in Point Loma since 2018 and resident of San Diego as of 2003.

She is an experienced asset management leader in the renewable and energy infrastructure spaces ranging across the U.S., Mexico and Europe. Has led numerous teams and served as point person on several key initiatives. Some of her key strengths include advisory capabilities on asset optimization, financial analysis and budgetary reporting, and creating efficiencies to maximize organizational growth. She brings a depth of expertise in regulatory compliance at the state and national levels, as well as human capital compensation matters both domestically and across multiple global teams. She has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelors degree in Economics.

Cori is married and enjoys spending time in our great community with their dog. She is looking forward to working with the Peninsula Board.


(First term expires 2025)
Bio and photo to follow

(Second term expires 2024)

Native of PL and second-generation community volunteer. Been serving our PL/OB communities since 1992, starting with PCPB, SDPD Advisory Board, Peninsula Family YMCA Board, Chairman/Director of the Point Loma Association(PLA), and Trustee for the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. Accomplished some projects throughout the Peninsula:

1. 1992: CrossWalk installed at Harbor View Drive and Talbot Streets benefiting Cabrillo Elementary School.

2. 1993: Collectively started a PCPB sub-committee called Graffiti Busters to combat a rash of tagging outbreaks.

3. 1995: Worked with the School Board( John Debeck) on the re-opening of Dana Middle School after its closure in 1983. Auditorium was named after my mother, Ann Tripp Jackson, for her service of preserving the school site from private development. Raised funds to improve the auditorium.

4. 1998: Cleaned up Westminster Church Park from nighttime activity and vandalism. Worked with the Church( Rev Mike Taxer), SDPD, and neighbors to seek out solutions. I funded a floodlight, installed by Zed Electric at PlayGround, which eliminated negative activities.

5. 1999: Speed Bumps installed on the 1000 block of Albion Street to slow down " cut through" traffic avoiding Canon and Talbot Streets stop lights. Obtained petition signatures and worked with Traffic on studies and installation of bumps. Ended up being a controversial project but still serves its purpose.

6. 2009: Landscaped the two medians at Canon and Catalina intersections. Vetted to rule out any major utilities, Landscape plan via CAD program for Dev Services, Encroachment Maintenance Agreements, and Fund raised $28,000. Huge transformation and the most rewarding project. This was as a private citizen.

7. 2014:Fundraised and Landscaped the Nimitz median between Bernice and Centralloma, as Chair of the PLA.

8. 2015: Fought to maintain the 30-foot height limit in Roseville, as Chair of the PLA, in conjunction with the PCPB. Mitigating an " overreach" by developers at the Emerson/Evergreen location. PLA once had the job of our PCPB prior to 1985.

9. 2016: Fought to get the Billboard down, at the old Dolphin Motel site, at Emerson and Rosecrans.

Not into the politics or the division of individuals or cliques. Just get the job done, for the common good of our community, on a volunteer level.

Contact: E-mail Robert

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