Board of Directors

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

Captain Lisa McConnell

Captain Lisa McConnell joined the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in September 1991.
As a deputy she worked in the Corrections Division and Patrol Operations at the Lake Elsinore and Southwest Stations.Additionally, she held collateral duties serving as an adjunct Public Information Officer (PIO), adjunct instructor, and a Crisis Negotiator.

In August 2017, McConnell promoted to the rank of Captain and served as the commander of the Southwest Station until January 2020, when she assumed command of the Riverside Sheriff’s Communications Bureau.

Captain McConnell holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Master of Science Degree in Psychology. She is a graduate of the Supervisory Leadership Institute and resides locally.

Director of Emergency Department

Jennifer Lee

Bio coming soon,

TIP Volunteer

Cindy Asher-Treasurer

Bio coming soon,

Mayor City of Lake Elsinore

Natasha Johnson

Natasha Johnston
Cyndi Lemke

Director Hemet/San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce

Cyndi Lemke

Cyndi Lemke is Executive Director at Hemet San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce, where she coordinates, leads, trains, develops, or creates marketing options for local businesses to be heard and seen in the community including social media, virtual events, a monthly magazine and more.

Cyndi has created an inclusive environment where we work, learn and inspire each other. She is also a local Realtor, the #MarketingRealtor if you will, completing transactions of almost $5 Million in just over 2 years. Her passion is her community where her family lives, plays, prays, and works.

Director of City of Menifee Police

Captain Chris Karrer

Menifee Police Department Captain Christopher M. Karrer is thrilled for the newest chapter in his law enforcement career. Karrer began his public service career in 1994 when he joined the United States Marine Corps. He transitioned into law enforcement when he joined the Hemet Police Department in January 2000. From September 2001 until 2007, Karrer worked patrol duty for the Los Alamitos Police Department.  He believes that at the end of the day, it’s all about providing that quality of life for the people who live, work, and shop here. I want them to know that we’re here for them every single day.”

Captain Chris Karrer

CEO TIP Southwest Riverside County

Magda Stewart

Bio coming soon,