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Board of Directors

2022-2023 RPTC Elected and Appointed Members

The Town Council is only possible because of the time and effort of those who volunteer. Elections for two-year terms are held every year at the Fiesta in May. Vacancies on the Council are filled year round by appointment.
Brian Reschke
Brian Reschke
President 2022-2023
District 6 – Rolling Hills
Tim Dougherty
Tim Dougherty
Vice President 2022-2023
District 5 – Park Village
Jocelyn Lomahan
Jocelyn Lomahan
Secretary 2022-2023
District 5 – Park Village
Jocelyn is a San Diego native and moved to Rancho Penasquitos in 1991. She is a graduate of San Diego State University with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. She is a top producing Real Estate agent and has been in the industry for 20 years and is currently with The Avenue Home Collective servicing the entire county, but especially the I-15 Corridor which includes Rancho Penasquitos.
In 1996 she was Miss Rancho Penasquitos and served the community at local events and represented PQ at the Fairest of the Fair pageant at the Del Mar Fair coming in 1st runner up.
She joined the Rancho Penasquitos Town Council to serve the community that she and her family know and love. Her two daughters Sofia & Ava both attended Deer Canyon Elem, Mesa Verde Middle School and Sofia just graduated from Westview High School.
In addition to the RPTC, she is also on the board for the Rancho YMCA, Catholic Charities San Diego, AREAA San Diego (Asian Real Estate Assoc, is a member of the Lion’s Club La Jolla, and a founding member of Silayan Filipina, she also volunteers at her parish Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. She is a co-host of “The Neighborhood SD,” a real estate and lifestyle TV show. In her spare time, she and her husband Jay can be found cheering at their daughters’ basketball games, enjoying coffee and conversation with friends, and even having fun dancing on TikTok.
Braden Overgaard
Braden Overgaard
Parliamentarian 2022-2023
District 4- Los Peñasquitos
Member since 2020
Lived in PQ for a combined 8 years. Mount Carmel graduate 2011. My major experience is in cyber security, litigation, and logistics. I am most passionate about animal welfare, nature, and helping others facing difficult times. My goals are to one day start a non-profit to hold large companies accountable for their environmental impacts and to form a small scholarship fund to send low income students to trade schools. Former volunteer of the dolphin project, mercy for animals, invisible children pq, & beautiful mission beach.
Michael Jones
Michael Jones
Treasurer 2022-2023
District 3 – Deer Canyon
Kate Glenn
Kate Glenn
Chair – Community Partners
Chair – Web/Print/Social Media
District 1 Rep – Adobe Bluffs
Frank Xu
Frank Xu
District 3 – Deer Canyon
Frank Xu is the current President and co-found of Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, which promotes equal opportunities for all Americans. He is also the founding president and current board member of SDAAFE, which has served local Chinese for more than 7 years in San Diego County. He served as the Statewide Finance Chair for the No on 16 campaign, which successfully defeated Proposition 16 with a margin of 57.2% vs 42.8%. He has been committing his time and effort to the community since late 2013. After organizing several rallies against discrimination towards the Chinese community, he realizes that the only way to empower the community is to serve and get involved. He was a board member of Educational Technology Advisory Committee and Budget Review Advisory Committee in Poway Unified School District. He also served as an alternate board member of County of San Diego Health Advisory Board, a board member in La Jolla Presidents’ Lions Club and his own home owner association.
Tiara Leonard
Tiara Leonard
District 4 – Los Penaquitos
Beth Kiernan
Beth Kiernan
District 5 – Park Village
Resident of park village since 1997, grew up near sdsu, health researcher, mother of four (all PUSD graduates), longtime volunteer and exec team member on nonprofit boards including PTA/San Diego Crew Classic/MotherToBaby.
Matthew Megna
Matthew Megna
District 7 – Sundance
Lifelong PQ resident.
Jim Hogan
Jim Hogan
District 7 – Sundance
Theresa Gonzaga
Theresa Gonzaga
District 8 – Sunset Hills
Scott Brenner
Scott Brenner
Government Affairs Chair
District 8 – Sunset Hills
Scott was born in West-central Indiana, when he graduated from high school, he le) the farm to join the Marines. Scott has been from cost to cost, many countries, to include his favorite, Japan. Scott served tours in Iraq, Qatar, and Kuwait. Scott and his family have seled in Ranch Peñasquitos, where his daughters aend school at Sunset Hills Elementary. His wife, a Kimono Ambassador for San Diego’s Japanese businesses and community events.
Darwin Villaruz
Darwin Villaruz
Grants & Sponsorships Chair
Website Co-Chair
District 9 – Torrey Highlands
From Rancho Bernardo. Lived in Torrey Highlands since 2001. Member of the RPTC for 5 years.

Community Partners

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Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council

DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A CLEAN, SAFE, AND VIBRANT RANCHO PEÑASQUITOS FOR FAMILIES, SINCE 1975
RPTC Mission Statement

Who We Are

The Rancho de los Peñasquitos Town Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serve, represent, and promote the activities and interests of all Rancho de los Peñasquitos. As a forum for discussion and resolution of community issues, the Town Council will communicate ideas, recommendations, and concerns that impact Rancho de los Peñasquitos to residents, other community organizations, private and commercial interests, and government agencies, as appropriate.

We are comprised of duly elected and appointed representatives from designated districts within Rancho de los Peñasquitos. Official business is conducted at regular or special meetings of the Town Council, at regular or special meetings of the Executive Committee, and at meetings of other committees established by the Town Council.

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Monthly Meetings: 1st Thursday of every month 7:00 PM