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Robert Briseño

Position: Director
Term: January 25, 2022 - December 31, 2025
Appointing Authority: Vallejo City Council
AB 1234 Ethics Training Certificate
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Robert Briseño was born, raised, and attended school in Vallejo. He went on to attend and graduate from California Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Mr. Briseño, while in college, joined the Army Reserves and earned a commission as an officer. He served in the Army Reserves for over 11 years in Finance, Military Police, and Adjutant General units, as well as becoming Airborne qualified.

Private sector positions in the restaurant industry, financial services firms, and the military took him to several cities across the United States. He returned to Vallejo in 2002, where he partnered with his sister, Deanna Troupe, in the creation of their own firm, BB&B Business Group. BB&B Business Group is a business consultancy practice focused on marketing and financial advice for other businesses. His firm also created and published Local Happenings Magazine which serves Solano, Contra Costa, and Napa counties.

Mr. Briseño is active in the community, having served on the board and as President of Vallejo Rotary, Vallejo’s Main Street Organization, the Vallejo Parade Association (which puts on the Vallejo 4th of July Parade annually), and the Vallejo Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves on the board of his Homeowners Association as well.

When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife, their three young children, his mother, and his 5 siblings that live nearby. His children have all been active participants in GVRD programs over the years including after-school care, summer camps, and other events and programs put on by the district.

Mr. Briseño is focused on improving the quality of life in Vallejo for him, his family, and all residents. He believes that the parks, facilities, and programs that GVRD oversees are an essential part of that. He advocates for the best use of resources to enable the district to improve and evolve to meet the needs of the community this year and for generations to come.