Matt Kingsley

Supervisor
Inyo County, District 5
Chair, Golden State Natural Resources mkingsley@inyocounty.us

Supervisor Matt Kingsley represents District 5 of Inyo County, which includes several small communities and exceptional landscapes, from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney. Professionally, he spent 35 years as a wildland firefighter, including as Interagency Fire Chief for Inyo National Forest and the Bishop Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management. As Interagency Fire Chief, Supervisor Kingsley was responsible for managing a $10 million budget, providing leadership for 130 employees, oversight and direction for the Interagency Vegetation Management program, environmental planning, personnel and administrative management and all aspects of the fire suppression, aviation, and fire prevention program for the Inyo National Forest and the Bishop BLM Field Office.

Supervisor Kingsley also serves on several committees and nonprofits including: AG Commission, Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District Board of Directors, Inyo County Local Transportation Commission, Inyo County Visitor Center Board of Directors, Lone Pine Lions, Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce, and the Lone Pine Unified School District Board of Directors.

Bob Williams

Supervisor
Tehama County, District 4
Vice Chair, Golden State Natural Resources bwilliams@co.tehama.ca.us

Supervisor Williams represents District 4 of Tehama County. As Supervisor, he serves on numerous local committees and commissions, and is Tehama County’s representative on the Boards of Directors for both the California State Association of Counties and the Rural County Representatives of California. In this capacity, he spent two terms on the California State Association of Counties Executive Committee for CSAC and as the 2017 Board Chair of the Rural County Representatives of California.

Supervisor Williams is a fifth generation Tehama County farmer and rancher. He began his career in 1980 by partnering with his father in operating Williams Ranch and in 1995, became managing General Partner. Supervisor Williams graduated from the California Agricultural Leadership Program’s Class 31.

In addition, Supervisor Williams has served on the Corning Recreation Commission, Tehama County Farm Bureau Board of Directors, Farm Service Agency Tehama County Committee, Thomes Creek Water District Board of Directors, Tehama Colusa Canal Authority Board of Directors, and the Corning High School Board of Trustees.

Supervisor Williams attended and graduated from CSU, Chico in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation Administration.

Stacy Corless

Stacy Corless, Mono County
Mono County, District 5
Member, Golden State Natural Resources scorless@mono.ca.gov

Supervisor Stacy Corless represents District 5 on the Mono County Board of Supervisors. Framed by Mammoth Crest, Mammoth Rock, and the Sherwin Range, the district encompasses the southern portion of the Town of Mammoth Lakes and is entirely within the town boundaries. Supervisor Corless also serves as Chair of the Rural County Representatives of California Board of Directors. Supervisor Corless serves on a number of boards and commissions, including the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments, Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, Sierra Nevada Conservancy, California Forest Management Task Force, Eastern Sierra Conservation Corps, and the National Association of Counties.

Supervisor Corless’ professional background is in nonprofit leadership, and she has and background in communications. She has worked as a teacher, entrepreneur, writer, publisher, and nonprofit executive director. Supervisor Corless holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Irvine, and a Master of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley.

Doug Teeter

Doug Teeter, Supervisor
Butte County, District 5
Member, Golden State Natural Resources dteeter@buttecounty.net

Supervisor Doug Teeter represents District 5 of Butte County, which includes United States Forest Service and state forest lands and was heavily impacted by the Camp Fire in 2018. The fire destroyed more than 18,000 structures, including Supervisor Teeter’s home, killed 88 people, and decimated his hometown of Paradise. Supervisor Teeter served as a summer firefighter and sawyer with the U.S. Forest Service in college. Forest resiliency and fire safety have been an important part of his career ever since.

Supervisor Teeter is now a member of the Butte County Fire Safe Council, Upper Feather River Integrated Water Management District, and Butte County Air Quality Management District, a participant with the USFS Recreation Planning Committee, and the creator of the Butte County Forest Advisory Committee. He also represented the North Central Region of California on the board of the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.

Michael Kobseff

Michael Kobseff, Supervisor
Siskiyou County, District 3
Member, Golden State Natural Resources mkobseff@co.siskiyou.ca.us

Supervisor Kobseff represents District 3 on the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors. District 3 includes the City of Weed, Lake Shastina, Grenada, Big Springs, Gazelle and a portion of Mount Shasta northwest of Abrams Lake Road. Supervisor Kobseff has lived in Siskiyou County since his parents moved their family in 1968. A resident of Mount Shasta, he and his wife operated a restaurant there for 30 years. On the Board of Supervisors, he serves as the Siskiyou County delegate to the Rural County Representatives of California and is Chairman of the Environmental Services Joint Powers Authority under RCRC.

Supervisor Kobseff serves as director of the several boards and committees, including: the Siskiyou County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Siskiyou Power Authority County Service Areas 3, 4, and 5, the Airport Land Use Commission, and the In Home Supportive Services Public Authority.