Camille and Gil Jones moved to Diamond Bar in 1963. They raised two daughters that are now both married. Louise, the oldest daughter, resides in Hong Kong with her husband and two wonderful children. Camille, the oldest granddaughter, is currently a student at Hong Kong University. Isabel (Izzy), the youngest granddaughter, graduated from the University of New South Wales in Australia with an equivalent US master’s degree and is now working in International Law. Kimberley (Kim) the youngest daughter graduated from Scripts College in Clairmont, California. Kimberley is now married and living in London England.
Camille is retired and previously worked in Los Angeles with MBF Sports Manufacturing in charge of the Softball Division. She later started her own company called ECS Sports specializing in girls and women’s uniforms.
In the late sixties, Camille became involved in the Diamond Bar Girls Softball League as a manager and served in several board positions. She continued with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) which has been renamed USA Softball, who selects our National Olympics Softball teams. She served as a commissioner, then developed the Player’s Association and became the Marketing Director, then served as the Southern CA Deputy State Commissioner and National Voting Member.
Camille is currently serving as an active board member of the Diamond Bar Friends of the Library and Miss Diamond Bar Scholarship Pageant.
Jody and her husband Dave have lived in Diamond Bar since 1986 and have been active members of the community. They have three grown children that were raised in Diamond Bar, and one precious Granddaughter.
Jody retired from the state of California after working for former Senator Bob Huff and now works as a Public Relations consultant in Orange County.
Jody has served on the DBCF board since 2002. She is a Past President of the Diamond Bar Community Foundation; Founding Chair of the Diamond Bar Community Foundation Holiday Gala; Founding organizer of the DBCF/Rotary golf tournament; Founding organizer of the DBCF Beerfest; Chair of the 55th Assembly District Central Committee; Board Member for Boys Republic, Advisory Board Member for Pomona Valley Hospital, and Advisory Board Member for Pacific Crest Youth Organization.
Michael Ramirez owns Insurance Marketing Group and his family have live in Diamond Bar since 2009. On Facebook, Michael established pages for Diamond Bar Neighborhood Watch and Diamond Bar Exchange. He served as a board member for the city’s General Planning Action Committee, and currently serves as a board member with the 55th Assembly District Republican Central Committee.
City Council representative
Steve Tye was first elected to the Diamond Bar City Council in November 2005 and re-elected in 2009, 2013 and 2018. He is currently serving his fourth term as mayor and previously was mayor in 2007, 2011 and 2015.
Born in Whittier, Mr. Tye graduated from California High School. Mr. Tye earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Administration, graduating cum laude from California State University Dominguez Hills. He and his high school sweetheart, Patricia, moved to Diamond Bar in 1982 and raised their three children – Kelly, Matthew and Jeffrey – here. They have been blessed with two grandchildren.
Tom is currently a CPA in public practice with Windes, Inc. where he provides audit, assurance, and advisory services. His area of expertise involves providing financial statement audits and financial advisory services for non-profit organizations and privately held companies. He has been associated with the Foundation since 2017 and lives in Diamond Bar with his wife, Angie, and their three young sons.
Stuart was a founding instructor of Pacific Crest in 1993, and serves as the organization’s CEO. In addition to fundraising, donor relations, board cultivation, and program development, Stuart has nurtured relationships between Pacific Crest and community and corporate leaders, and has developed endorsement agreements and partnerships with leaders in the music industry. He is active in Drum Corps International governance, having served on the DCI-Pacific Advisory Board since 1999, as its president from 2005 – 2010, and on the DCI Finance Committee and Audit Committee.
Stuart holds a BA in Social Sciences and a teaching credential from Chapman University in Orange, California. He lives in Placentia California with his wife Ann and two daughters, Maya and Tahlia.
Teri Muse brings a wealth of professional and community service experience with her to Diamond Bar Community Foundation. Teri currently manages six franchise agreements representing more than 100,000 customers for the company Waste Management. She is a former Director of Public Affairs for Kaiser Permanente in Baldwin Park serving 11 cities in the San Gabriel valley with award winning public relations programs.
Teri’s volunteer service includes Advisory or Board Membership with San Dimas Chamber, La Verne Chamber and Walnut-Diamond Bar Sheriff Booster Club. Teri graduated from California State University, Los Angeles with Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations..
Gil Rivera is a local Realtor. He has lived and worked in Diamond Bar since 1991. He has raised his family here and his children have participated in youth soccer, baseball, DB4Youth, and the VolunTeen programs. He is currently the President of the Diamond Bar-Walnut Sheriff’s Booster Club.
City Council Representative
Stan Liu was elected to the Diamond Bar City Council in November 2020. Prior he served as a City Parks and Recreation Commissioner.
As a strong supporter of local community organizations and youth programs, Mr. Liu is very active and serves on many boards and committees including the Walnut Valley Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee, Youth Science Center and Helping Hands Ministry for E-Free Church. In his spare time, he teaches entrepreneurship to high school students and often acts as mentor to college students and young entrepreneurs. He enjoys gardening and deejaying for local schools.
Stan Liu holds a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from California State University, Los Angeles, and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Azusa Pacific University.
Surendra Mehta is a retired Mechanical Engineer, Certified Yoga Therapist and Registered Yoga Teacher. He has been volunteering in Diamond Bar and Los Angeles County since 1979.
In 2014, Surendra was recognized for Outstanding Volunteer Service for Seniors in the County of Los Angeles by the Board of Supervisors. His passion is to teach yoga, stay healthy and help others do the same. Surendra currently teaches Breath Work (Pranayama) and Meditation to all age groups.
Veena Mehta and her husband, Surendra, have lived in Diamond Bar since 1988, They have two adult married sons and two lovely granddaughters.
Veena retired in 2005 and since then, has worked to better her community. In additional to serving meals a local homeless shelter, she has served as Trustee and Treasurer for Arya Samaj Of Southern California. She is also a donor, member, and Trustee of Sunshine Seniors Association, Diamond Bar, where she helped the organization grow. She loves to serve the community, which is why she is proud to serve on the Board of the Diamond Bar Community Foundation.
Mahendra was a Professional Electrical Engineer registered in state of California. He is now retired as of December 2009. He has worked in different capacities for approximately 40 years (20 years in Private Sector & 20 years in Public Sector).
In Public Sector Mahendra has coordinated with City Council and Planning Commission in City of Anaheim on Capital Projects and policy matters.
Mahendra is a strong believer in Community service. As a result, he is now serving in the Diamond Bar Community Foundation, Volunteering in Friends of Library Organization and serving his neighborhood as a captain of Neighborhood Watch program.