A real estate executive, Wolfgramm serves as chairman of the Police Review Board and represents District 2 in central-west Anaheim.
On the board, Wolfgramm seeks to help strengthen the relationship between the Anaheim Police Department and the city's residents.
Wolfgramm is senior vice president of asset management and acquisitions for Kam Sang Co. in Arcadia. Kam Sang owns, builds and acquires commercial real estate, including retail and residential properties and hotels such as the Sheraton Garden Grove-Anaheim South in Garden Grove.
He is a 20-year resident of Anaheim. Wolfgramm lives in District 2 with his wife and their five children.
A supervisor at fastener maker West Coast Aerospace Inc., Wagner represents District 4 in central-south Anaheim.
He serves on the Police Review Board to give back to Anaheim, where he moved a few years ago. Wagner seeks to learn more about the Anaheim Police Department and work with the community to address potential areas of improvement.
Wagner earned a bachelor’s in business administration and sociology from the University of Oregon. He is training to get his private pilot license.
A retired truck driver, Webb represents Anaheim at large.
He serves on the Police Review Board to make a difference in his community.
Webb has lived in Anaheim since 1955 and attended Magnolia High School before serving in the Navy, including two tours duty in Vietnam in the late 1960s and 1970s.
After the Navy, Webb became a truck driver hauling sod and lumber and also worked in the grocery business.
A grandparent, Webb’s been married for 25 years.
Retired from the retail industry, Brown represents District 1 in west Anaheim.
As a longtime west Anaheim resident, Brown has seen issues facing the area, including the impacts of homelessness, motels, human trafficking and drug abuse.
He serves on the Police Review Board to represent west Anaheim and push for continued renewal of the area.
Brown has lived in Anaheim for more than 30 years and raised a family here.
A retired nurse, VanKirk represents District 3 in central-north Anaheim.
She serves on the Police Review Board with a goal of fostering understanding between the community and the Anaheim Police Department. VanKirk also seeks to pass along policing concerns of residents and others to ensure proper procedures and policies are followed.
VanKirk has lived in Anaheim since she was an early teen. She attended Trident Junior High School, which closed in 1989, and Savanna High School.
She earned nursing degrees from Fullerton College and California State University, Fullerton, and a master’s in nursing and midwifery at a joint program offered by the University of California, Los Angeles and UC Irvine.
VanKirk worked for decades as a registered nurse, including at West Anaheim Community Hospital and Kaiser Permanente.
She volunteers on pet therapy visits to Anaheim Memorial Regional Hospital and Kaiser Permanente Orange County Anaheim Medical Center and for the children’s reading program at Haskett Branch Library.
A student, Cisneros represents District 5 in central-east Anaheim.
He serves on the Police Review Board to address issues he’s seen in his community and those raised by groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union.
Cisneros is currently studying online for his master’s in political management and applied politics at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.
He holds a bachelor’s in political science and government from California State University, Fullerton.
Cisneros is active in the California Democratic Party, including serving as Chicano Latino Caucus Chair for region 7, Orange County, and as 69th Assembly Democrat District delegate.
A clinical psychologist for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Celosse represents District 6 in east Anaheim.
She looks to share her experiences and interests and serve her community by being on the Police Review Board.
Earlier in Celosse’s career, she worked with juvenile offenders at Orange County Probation Central Youth Reporting Center, as a mental health provider on Skid Row in Los Angeles and as an intake therapist at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
She has a master’s in psychology from Walden University in Baltimore and a bachelor’s in psychology from California Baptist University in Riverside. Celosse also has undergone training with the Orange County Sheriffs Regional Training Academy and the Orange County Health Care Agency.