An executive assistant at the Anaheim Family YMCA, Mayra Gomez represents District 6 in east Anaheim.
Gomez joined the Police Review Board as a way to continue giving back to her community. She is also passionate about promoting social justice issues and increasing diversity, equity and inclusion.
Gomez was born and raised in Anaheim and attended Katella High School.
She holds a bachelors degree in social ecology from University of California, Irvine.
Gomez lives in east Anaheim with her husband and 5-year-old son.
Gomez's term ends June 30, 2022.
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.
Wolfgramm's term ends June 30, 2022
An Aerospace Program Manager encompassing Supply Chain, Nau represents Anaheim at large.
She serves on the Police Review Board to help highlight the good found in Anaheim residents, as well as police department employees, while also identifying meaningful improvements that drive trust between both parties.
Nau, a 40 year Anaheim resident raised bi-racial children as a single parent and has seen both sides of goodness in humanity. She looks forward to providing value-added insight for a united Anaheim.
She has great respect for those who have, do, and will fight for America’s protection and freedom.
Nau's term ends on June 30, 2022.
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.
Wagner is serving his second term on PRB, which ends June 30, 2024.
The application process is closed and we are in the process of appointing a member who is anticipated to join the August 2021 meeting.
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.
VanKirk is serving her second term on PRB, which ends June 30, 2024.
A statewide advocacy manager for Initiate Justice, Chávez represents District 5 in southeast Anaheim.
Chávez has resided in Anaheim's District 5 since 2004 and brings the perspective of a person of color who grew up in communities that were often over policed and experienced police violence.
As a board member, Chávez seeks to increase transparency and accountability between the city's police department and city residents.
Chávez holds a bachelor's degree in Criminology, Law and Society from the University of California, Irvine and is passionate about shifting the community towards a system of community care, having experienced first-hand the harmful effects of mass incarceration.
Chávez is serving her second term on PRB, which ends June 30, 2024.