Brian Cullinan is an accomplished business executive with 35+ years experience working with boards and senior executives of Fortune 100/500 companies across multiple industries. Currently Brian serves as an independent director and Audit Committee Chair for both Movano, Inc. and CodeLogic, Inc. In addition, Brian serves as an Advisory board member of AFO, LLC (a private company family office).
Brian spent over 30 years at PriceWaterhouse Coopers (PwC) where he served in various senior leadership positions, including two terms as a member of PwC’s US Board in addition to being elected to PwC’s Global Board of Partners. While at PwC, Brian served as the firm’s Southwest Region Managing Partner. Brian’s other roles included serving as West Region Assurance Leader and as the firm’s US leader for the Entertainment, Media & Communications assurance practice.
John Stanley retired from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department as a lieutenant in 2017 after 32 years of service. He remains a reserve deputy and is chairman of both the Los Angeles County Peace Officers’ Memorial and Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Museum committees. He has authored numerous articles on law enforcement history, tactics, disaster response, non-lethal weapons, and Tactical Science. He currently writes a quarterly column on tactical history for the California Association of Tactical Officers (CATO), and his most recent article was published in the December 2018 issue of American Police Beat magazine on the opening of the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC.
David Ilan Weis is a local business owner with interests in the health and fitness industry, entrepreneurship and philanthropy. He is the owner of the Los Angeles/Westside territory of Mayweather Boxing + Fitness, a new exercise concept that started in Los Angeles. He previously served on the national boards of the Anti-Defamation League, American Jewish World Service and the Jewish Funders Network. He founded and chaired the BHAC Charitable Foundation, the first health-club based public charity in the US. David was a decorated Auxiliary Police Officer with the NYPD, served on two Boston-area police departments and was the founder and president of the Boston FBI’s Citizens’ Academy. He was a co-founder and national board member of the FBI National Citizens’ Academy Alumni Association and received the FBI’s Director’s Award for leadership and community service. David is a volunteer EMT with the LA County Dept. of Public Health SURGE Unit and the LAFD’s Community Emergency Response Team.
David is the founder and CEO of the Los Angeles County Law Enforcement Trust.