President – Jay Rogers
Jay Rogers holds a BS from Northeastern University and is also a graduate of the USMC Officer Candidate School in Quantico, VA. Jay is an investment management professional and entrepreneur with over two decades in the financial services industry. Jay is also a frequent speaker at industry events on family office and alternative issues. Currently residing in Ladera Ranch with his wife and three sons, he is active in his local community as President of the Board of Directors for Ladera Ranch Community Services (LARCS), a community services organization. Jay is also a Rugby Coach and board member for the South OC Raptors Rugby Club.
Treasurer – Marni Vath
Marni was elected to the Board as Treasurer in August 2017. She is a retired rugby player, former coach for UCLA Women’s Rugby, occasional referee, and current Defense Coach for the Santa Monica U18 Boys Team. Marni has served in various Southern California Rugby administrative positions since 2005, including former President of SCRFU. She also served on the USA Rugby Congress from 2007 to 2019 on behalf of SoCal. By profession, Marni is a controller in a ultra high net worth family office in Beverly Hills.
VP of Discipline – Jason Glover
Jason was born, raised, and spent most of his life in Georgia. Engaged with a variety of individual sports (cross country, wrestling, mixed martial arts) before and during his time in the US Marine Corps, Jason was not introduced to rugby until he moved to California in 2017. One week into watching his kid’s practice, Jason was approached by a member of the Temecula men’s team and asked to join. Hesitation soon turned to obsession as Jason found the sport he had always been looking for. After a season playing with the men, Jason took on an assistant coaching role with the Temecula u10s. That role soon developed into a Temecula Youth Board position, more playing time with the North Count Gents, additional coaching at u14/ u16, the role of Youth Director, and certification as a Rugby Referee. Jason’s unique “5 perspective” approach (parent, player, admin, coach, ref) combined with his meticulous and judicious nature serve him well in his role as VP of Discipline. Jason earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science and a graduate degree in Management & Leadership. He is employed as the Director of the National Archives’ Riverside Federal Records Center. He resides in Temecula with his wife Monica, three sons, and two step-daughters.