Frank Davies serves the County of Orange as Auditor-Controller. Mr. Davies began his career at the Auditor-Controller’s office in 1984 as a staff accountant, and worked his way up through the ranks to Property Tax Director. After over 33 years with the department, Mr. Davies retired in 2018. Most recently, he served the City of Villa Park as Finance Director. In October of 2019, Mr. Davies was chosen by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to return to the office as the Orange County Auditor-Controller.
Mr. Davies holds a Bachelor’s in Economics from Cal State Fullerton as well as an MBA from Long Beach State. In addition, he is also a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Davies resides in Mission Viejo with his wife. They have three grown children: a son and two daughters, as well as two grandchildren.
Salvador Lopez is the Interim Chief Deputy Auditor-Controller for the County of Orange and is tasked with ensuring transparency and accountability in the management of the County’s finances. Salvador has been employed by the County of Orange since 1998 where he has served in a number of capacities with agencies including the Health Care Agency, Social Services Agency, Probation, and OC Waste & Recycling. Additionally, at the Auditor-Controller’s office, he has held professional and management positions within both Central Operations and Satellite Accounting Operations. Most recently, Salvador served as Satellite Director, where he oversaw accounting services of 8 County departments.
JC Squires, CPA, has served the County for over 5 years. JC comes to Auditor-Controller from the County Treasurer-Tax Collector (TTC) where he most recently served as the Treasury Accounting Compliance Manager. Prior to his time at the TTC, JC served as Chief Financial Officer for Long Beach Airport where he managed five divisions responsible for finance, accounting and budget, personnel, public affairs, leasing and development and noise compliance. JC’s career has spanned over three decades and taken him from an Assistant Auditor for the City of Long Beach to his current position of Director of Central Operations here at the Orange County Auditor-Controller.
Phil has been with the County since 1997, beginning as a contractor until being hired in 2005 with the Auditor-Controller’s Office. In 2008 he was promoted to Director of Information Technology supporting the CAPS+ Financial & Procurement System, the CAPS+ Payroll & Personnel System and the Property Tax Management System. Phil also provides the technical support for the Treasurer-Tax Collector.
Kathy Tavoularis serves as the Interim Successor Agency Manager, where she oversees the Orange Countywide Oversight Board staffing and operations. Kathy is a recognized government affairs professional, and for 25 years has built a successful career in implementing, organizing and managing efforts at intergovernmental cooperation and planning.
Winnie Keung, CPA, is the Financial Services Unit Manager for the Auditor-Controller department, where she oversees all budget and financial functions for the office. Winnie has over 20 years external and internal auditing experience. She has been with the County of Orange for over 18 years, 15 of which were spent in the Internal Audit Department as an Audit and Budget Manager overseeing the department’s budget and accounting functions, planning and performing internal control audits, compliance audits, mandated and revenue generating audits. Winnie holds multiple professional certifications including Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from California State University, Long Beach.
Maribel serves the Auditor-Controller as Administrative Services Unit Manager. She began her career with the County of Orange over 25 years ago in the Auditor-Controller Collections Unit. Maribel was also a valued member of the Probation / Juvenile Hall and Health Care Agency / Child Evaluation Guidance teams. Prior to joining the Administrative Services Unit, Maribel was an integral part of the Internal Audit Department and then the Audit Division when it rejoined the Auditor-Controller’s Department, during which she reviewed all Audit Reports, Clerked the Audit Oversight Committee, and oversaw Procurement.
Danielle serves the Auditor-Controller department as the Public Information & Records Manager and oversees all public records and information inquiries along with department communications efforts. Danielle has served the County of Orange for over a decade in various Communications assignments including John Wayne Airport.
Anthony Kuo brings nearly two decades of experience in public outreach and communications to the Orange County Auditor-Controller’s office. As Employee Relations Manager, he interfaces and engages with staff at all levels to ensure a positive, efficient, and safe working environment. Previously, he served in communications and organizational roles with the state legislature, various trade associations, and municipal governments.
Chris joined the County in 2013 after having worked for the State of California since 2007 upon graduating from Stanford. He manages the Auditor-Controller’s State legislative and County policy efforts. Prior to joining the Auditor-Controller’s office, Chris worked for an Orange County Supervisor, a California State Assemblymember, and a California State Senator in the Capitol. Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University, his Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California, and his Certificate in Accounting from Coastline Community College.