Bill Postmus 

 Bill Postmus, a proficient business advisor, has pledged his professional path to public service and fostering positive changes in local governments. His extensive history in public service, coupled with his commitment to financial stewardship, has earned him commendations for his achievements across multiple leadership roles. Outside his career, Bill pursues interests such as baseball and global travel, broadening his life experiences.

The onset of Bill's public service career occurred in 2000, as he successfully clinched the First Supervisorial District seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, showcasing his exceptional skills. At the young age of 29, he overcame an incumbent, marking a noteworthy election victory and the commencement of his influential career.

As the elected county supervisor for the First Supervisorial District of San Bernardino County, Bill served over 450,000 constituents. Being a fiscal conservative, he relentlessly pushed for lower taxes and balanced budgets, striving to protect the region's financial health. His term was marked by steadfast support for law enforcement efforts against gang violence, a commitment to empower cities in county governance, and a priority for infrastructure development and road enhancements in his district.

Bill's outstanding performance garnered the faith of voters, resulting in a resounding 82 percent of the vote in his re-election campaign in 2004. As a result, he initiated his second term with renewed resolve. Acknowledging his leadership capabilities, his peers unanimously voted him as the chair of the board, a role he carried out for two years. During his chairmanship, San Bernardino County implemented essential ethics reforms, took strong actions against sexual predators, and balanced the budget while also attracting new job opportunities and investments.