OUR TEAM


OUR MISSION
Unifying and modernizing Pest Detection trapping programs across California


  1. Max Regis
    Max Regis
    Deputy Ag. Comm./Sealer
    Pest Detection Division - County of Los Angeles - ACWM B.A. Biological Sciences - University of Sou Cal Personal interests include gardening, travelling, and his dogs.
  2. Yarazeth Zepeda
    Yarazeth Zepeda
    Training Specialist
    Pest Detection Division - County of Los Angeles – ACWM B.A. Psychology/M.A. Psychology – Cal State Los Angeles Personal interests include playing the keyboard, craft beer, and sewing.
  3. Tom Weisenberger
    Tom Weisenberger
    Principal GIS Analyst
    eGIS Group - County of Los Angeles Internal Services Department B.S. Geography (GIS) – Cal Poly Pomona, US Marine Corps Veteran Personal interests include woodworking, motorcycle riding, and hiking.
  4. Christine Lam
    Christine Lam
    Senior GIS Analyst
    eGIS Group - County of Los Angeles Internal Services Deptartment B.S. in Env. Studies/M.S. in Geography - University of Sou Cal Personal interests include steaks, wine, and the outdoors.
  5. Jerry Mills
    Jerry Mills
    Training Specialist
    Pest Detection Division - County of Los Angeles - ACWM U.S. Army - Sergeant First Class (retired) Personal interests include all things tech, hiking, and photography.
  6. Khoa Lam
    Khoa Lam
    ACWM Insp. III
    Pest Detection Division - County of Los Angeles - ACWM B.S. Biology - University of California, Riverside 2007 Personal interests include shopping, carpentry, and listening to music.
  7. Mauricio Lucero
    Mauricio Lucero
    GIS Analyst
    Pest Detection Division - County of Los Angeles - ACWM B.S. in Computer Science - California State University, LA Personal interests include hiking, traveling, and swimming.
  8. Norman Wong
    Norman Wong
    GIS Analyst
    eGIS Group - County of Los Angeles Internal Services Department B.S. Mathematics of Computation (Minor: Geography) – UCLA Personal interests include traveling, factory tours, transit maps, and tennis.
OUR GOALS

  • Effectively, efficiently, and accurately convert Trapping Book data into electronic GIS based data  
  • Create desktop and mobile platforms that are user friendly
  • Deploy CalTrap throughout the state during 2017-2018  
  • Create effective training manuals and videos
  • Provide prompt technical support
  • Plan for and mitigate risks associated with a large scale statewide project 
  • Process transparency and inclusion of stakeholders
  • Increase data sharing with our Federal partners