Dan Miller
Nevada County

RCRC Chair

Supervisor Dan Miller represents District Three on the Nevada County Board of Supervisors.  Supervisor Miller moved to Grass Valley with his family in 1962.

 

He is a graduate of Nevada Union High School and Sierra College and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cal State University, Sacramento.

 

Supervisor Miller served four terms as a member of the Grass Valley City Council - from 2003 to 2014, and from 1989-1996, and served as Mayor for four years. From 1997-2001, Supervisor Miller served on the Grass Valley Planning Commission. In 2001 he was elected to the Nevada Joint High School District Board of Trustees and served as its President from 2003-2005. Supervisor Miller has also served as President of the Sierra College Foundation, Nevada County Campus and on the Board of Directors for the Grass Valley/Nevada County Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Directors for the Nevada County Country Club.

 

 

 

Doug Teeter
Doug Teeter
Butte County

RCRC First Vice Chair

Supervisor Doug Teeter represents District Five on the Butte County Board of Supervisors.  

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Chris Lopez
Monterey County

RCRC Second Vice Chair

Supervisor Chris Lopez represents District Three on the Monterey County Board of Supervisors.  

 

Supervisor Chris Lopez lives in Greenfield, California with his wife Jazmin Lopez and two year old son Teo. He was elected to succeed Supervisor Simon Salinas, representing Monterey County’s Third District, in June of 2018. 

Supervisor Lopez was born and raised in Southern Monterey County. His parents, Vince and Tina Lopez raised their four children in King City, where they served as great role models as they were involved in nearly every community activity imaginable.  Supervisor Lopez graduated from Claremont McKenna College, receiving his Bachelor of Arts with focus in the areas of International Relations and Economics in 2008. He met his wife when they founded Mariachi Serrano de Claremont as students. Supervisor Lopez spent time interning in Hong Kong, Hong Kong for the Pacific Basin Economic Council and in Guanajuato, Mexico for the CASAs Office of the Governor of the State of Guanajuato. 

Returning to the Salinas Valley after graduation, Supervisor Lopez approached Supervisor Simon Salinas with an offer he couldn’t refuse, he requested an unpaid internship. After proving his skills invaluable, he was offered a full-time position as Board Aide working with Supervisor Salinas.

Soon Supervisor Salinas promoted Lopez to Chief of Staff where he would remain for the next seven and a half years. He was elected to serve on the Board of Supervisors in June of 2018 and took his Oath of Office in January of 2019. 

He has served on the boards of Youth Orchestra Salinas, Hartnell College Foundation, the Arts Council for Monterey County, the Redevelopment Oversight Boards of the cities of King City, Greenfield, Soledad, and Gonzales among many others. 

Supervisor Lopez is passionate about early childhood education, safe roads, fair, equitable and accessible housing, and economic development, as well as equitable models of government.

He currently serves on the following commissions amongst others, Natividad Medical Center Board of Trustees, LAFCO, Monterey County Cannabis Committee, the Alternative Energy and Environment Committee, Equal Opportunity Committee, Water Resources Agency Joint Boards Leadership Committee, and Urban County Standing Committee.   President of the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority, Hartnell Foundation, Chair of the First 5 Monterey County.

Stacy Corless
Mono County

RCRC Immediate Past Chair

Supervisor Stacy Corless represents District Five on the Mono County Board of Supervisors.