Briana Griswold, Co-Office Manager
Briana grew up in Aromas, CA, where she currently resides. As Co-Office Manager of PVHA, she is responsible for the daily operations of our non-profit organization alongside Jeannie Nunez. Briana began her involvement with PVHA though volunteering over 10 years ago in the beginning efforts of the PVHA digitization project. She was later employed to train others in the PVHA digitization project, and was also sent out to be trained in PVHA Past Perfect software. Briana is now happy to be back at PHVA. She enjoys spending time with her family and is the proud mother of her 3 ½ year old daughter, Lianna. Briana is also the preschool Sunday School Teacher at first Presbyterian Church. She enjoys sewing, baking, cooking, gardening, hiking, and camping.
Reach me at Briana.Griswold@pajarovalleyhistory.org
Jeannie Nunez, Co-Office Manager
Jeannie takes care of the daily operations of PVHA along with Briana Griswold. She grew up in Watsonville and she has lived in Aromas for the last 16 years. For nearly 18 years Jeannie has been a stay at home mom to her two teenage children Kaitlin,18 and Austin,16 and son Logan,18 months. Recently she decided to go back to school to pursue a degree in Accounting. She enjoys spending time with her family and gardening, camping, reading and baking.
Reach me at email@example.com
Regan Huerta, Archive Coordinator
Regan began working in the PVHA archives assisting Jane Borg in 2000. She now oversees the preservation, organization, and retrieval of historic items and information in the PVHA archives. She manages the archive volunteers, helping to set goals and create policy and procedure. She truly enjoys helping people with their family and local history research. She has been trained in Library Science, Information Technology, Local History and Family History. Her hobbies are genealogy and local history.
She has also enjoyed working at the reference desk at the Gilroy Library since 2000. Regan and her husband John grew up in Aromas and have raised their five children there.