San Diego County Grand Jury Members


Name Dist. Location Occupation
Barger, Mary 4 San Diego Retired Nurse-Midwife and Epidemiologist
Beckman, John 4 San Diego Retired Technical Illustrator/Writer/Editor
Chan, Elaine 3 La Jolla Retired Attorney
Costanzo, Joanne 4 San Diego Retired Registered Nurse
Egipto, Rebecca 4 San Diego Retired Educator
Hohensee, Darrell 3 San Diego Retired Operations Analyst
Lark, Jay 4 San Diego Retired Business Architect
Leider, Arthur 2 San Diego Retired Legal Consultant
Levine, Barry 4 La Mesa Retired U.S. Army Officer
Martinez, Ed 2 El Cajon Retired Healthcare Administration
Middleton, Jessica 3 San Diego Retired Registered Nurse
Musser, Geri 4 San Diego Retired Interior Designer/Business Owner
Newlands III, Edward 3 Carlsbad Retired Director for Global Supply Chain
Reynolds, Gregory 2 Pine Valley Retired Law Enforcement
Ruenger, Lynn 1 Chula Vista Retired Marketing Communications
Vinoskey, Jonathan 3 San Diego Retired Director of IT Sales
Wayne, Howard 4 San Diego Attorney
Williamson, Molly 2 San Diego Business Owner/Retired Educator
Young Rigby, Amanda 5 Vista Retired Paralegal


Foreperson: Jonathan Vinoskey

Jonathan Vinoskey was selected to serve as the foreperson of the 2023-2024 San Diego County Grand Jury, which started service on July 1, 2023.

Together with 18 other San Diego County residents, he represents the people of San Diego County in a watchdog role investigating governmental agencies and public entities within the county.

Vinoskey draws from his business and technical education and experience as he assumes the grand jury foreperson role. He has been a San Diego County resident for over 20 years, relocating from the east coast to raise his family and enjoy all the county provides.

Serving on the San Diego County Grand Jury, Vinoskey says, offers a unique opportunity to effect positive change in the community. He looks forward to working with his fellow grand jurors to investigate important matters and provide meaningful recommendations.

“As grand jurors, we are dedicating a year to investigate, evaluate, and report on our local government on behalf of our fellow citizens,” said Jonathan Vinoskey. “This is in the best tradition of representative democracy and a great way to have a role in keeping San Diego a world-class place to live.”