Jill Brenner is an experienced Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer who has been working with athletes ages 7 through 97 throughout the US and world since 2005. She is a Board Certified and Residency Trained Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Jill has worked with youth rec leagues, high school, college, and professional sports teams. Some of the teams include the University of Michigan Football, Women's Basketball, Baseball, Cheerleading, Track and Field, Cross Country, and Field Hockey, Women's Pro Football team Treetown Spitfire, The British Army's Rugby team, Pioneer High School Sports, and Northern Virginia Youth Rugby Association. In her spare time, Jill is an avid Yoga and flag football player, she loves to hike with her dog, bike, travel, and cheer on the University of Michigan Athletics.



Matt Thomas - Safety Consultant
Matt moved to California in 1989 and began his law enforcement career with the City of Mill Valley, starting as a Public Safety Dispatcher. Matt became a Police Officer in May of 1990 and served the citizens of Mill Valley as a patrol officer and detective, before moving to the Petaluma Police. Matt retired from the Petaluma Police Department after 24 plus years of service. During his nearly 25-year law enforcement career Matt has served in the following assignments: patrol officer, crime scene investigator, arson investigator, hostage negotiator, traffic officer, chaplain liaison, and Every 15 Minutes coordinator. Matt has served on the board of the California Association of Hostage Negotiators since 2004, with the last 7 years as the state board president. Matt is also an elected School Board Trustee for the Waugh School District, a position he has held for the past 18 years, as well
 member of the board for Speedway Children's Charity at Sonoma Raceway, for the past 3 years. Matt works directly with schools offering support with home visits for attendance and truancy, behavioral issues with students, as well as determining the need for law enforcement to respond to a school or if the situation can be dealt with by school staff and North Bay Security Group. Matt also assists with drills (lock-downs, fire, disaster). He also mentors students on positive interaction during recess and lunchtime. As well as teaching first aid and CPR to staff, students, and the community.  I am also working as a COVID manager for the movie industry.  Matt has familiar with the safety protocols needed during this pandemic because of his work in the schools and on the school board as well as being married to the director of nursing at a local hospital.

Mark Bosia (415) 515-4613

Office (415) 914-4115

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