David A. Myers was elected to the Board in May 2003 and re-elected for a fourth term on January 2011. Myers has been with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department for more than 28 years, fulfilling various assignments as a deputy, sergeant, lieutenant, captain and now commander.
E.F. "Skip" Murphy started as an SDCERA Board member beginning in December 1983 representing active members. In addition to more than 20 years of Board service as an active member, he has served nine terms as Chairman of the Board of Retirement. He currently serves on the Board representing retired members.
Appointed November 2010, Dick Vortmann became a Board member after leading National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) for 22 years as president, CEO and chairman. Part of Vortmann's role in leading the billion-dollar shipbuilding and ship repair company was management of the organization's defined benefit and defined contribution plans for thousands of employees.
Elected April 2012, Martin Cherry's career at the County of San Diego began in 2000 in the Treasurer-Tax Collector's office. Cherry has held positions at the Health and Human Services Agency and the Department of Public Works. He is currently the Operations Manager for the First 5 Commission which provides services such as health screenings for children ages 0-5.
Marc Doss was appointed to the Board in July 2005 and reappointed for a third term August 2010. A Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Doss currently works as a Regional Chief Investment Officer, California with Wells Fargo Wealth Management Group.
San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob was appointed to this role by the Board of Supervisors and began serving in May 2004. She was reappointed to the Retirement Board for a third term in January 2011. As a Supervisor, Jacob represents the 2nd District, which includes more than 620,000 people living in the cities of El Cajon, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Poway and San Diego, along with Julian, Dehesa, Ramona, Jamul and other unincorporated communities.
Dan McAllister was elected to the Office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector by the general public in November 2002 and took office in December 2002. He occupies the first seat on the Retirement Board and will hold this position on the Board of Retirement as long as he remains in office. Prior to his election, McAllister was a financial consultant and investment broker with a major national brokerage firm.
David B. Moore was appointed to the Board in November 2012. He has more than 15 years of experience in the financial services industry including experience in investment banking, merchant banking, private equity and equity research. Moore is currently managing principal of a firm involved primarily in private equity and merchant banking, and is a member of the boards of directors of two community banks.
Douglas Rose is now serving his fourth elected term in the second seat on the Retirement Board and he was initially elected by the active General Members in 2002. Rose is the current President of the State Association of County Retirement Systems (SACRS), an association that provides forums for the dissemination of knowledge on 1937 Act Systems and is active in the legislative process on pension fund issues. Rose is a Deputy District Attorney, and has served 23 years in the District Attorney's Office.
James W. Feeley occupies the eighth alternate member seat on the Retirement Board and is SDCERA's longest serving Trustee. He was elected by the General Members and began serving March 1982 while still an active employee with the Assessor's Office, serving four consecutive terms until June 1992. Since his retirement from County service, Feeley has occupied the eighth seat on the Retirement Board as the retired members representative from July 1996 to the present.
Tim Hancock was elected to a three-year term on the Board that began January 2011. Hancock currently works as a Supervising Probation Officer at the Kearny Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility. He has served as president of the San Diego County Probation Officers Association.