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District 3 Commissioners

Greg Boller, JD, MPA


Greg Boller is a deputy district attorney for Alameda County.  He specializes in consumer protection cases.  Greg has advocated for disadvantaged children and families in truancy prevention, domestic violence, and special victim cases.  He has 20 years of criminal justice experience and knowledge of mental health, substance abuse, and child welfare issues.  Greg served on boards for the Alameda Boys & Girls Club and Alameda Meals on Wheels.  A native of the City of Alameda, Greg earned his B.A. at UC Davis, J.D. at Georgetown University, and M.P.A. at Harvard Kennedy School.


Jess Strange

Jess is a public health professional who builds collaborative relationships with her coworkers to achieve success.  She is driven to improve health by building powerful connections and harnessing the power of community.  She has health care experience in advocacy, direct patient care, quality improvement & patient experience and is a lifelong learner who endeavors to improve her skills at every turn. She looks at processes with a critical eye for improvement, always asking questions to get to the root of any problem and work collaboratively to find solutions. Jess has an MPH from the UCLA School of Public Health in Community Health Sciences and is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality.  

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Irene Pan

Irene Pan is the program manager of the Community Healing Unit at Asian Health Services. She brings to the Public Health Commission experiences in direct victim support services, insight on public health approaches to safety and violence, and the needs of the underserved immigrant & refugee Asian community in Alameda County. Irene is also a long-time Oakland resident and attended Oakland & Piedmont public schools. She went on to study Clinical Nutrition and Chinese at UC Davis, CA and Master’s in Nutrition & Wellness at Benedictine University, IL and eventually came back to the Bay Area to contribute to the Oakland community



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