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GOVERNANCE AND COMMITTEES

 

Chevy Chase At Home is incorporated in the State of Maryland and is constituted as a non-profit charitable organization providing services to enable our older residents to live independently in their own homes.

 

Residents of our communities serve as volunteers on the Board of Directors and the various Committees structured to develop and implement the support services of the organization.

 

Board of Directors - 2017

  • Officers:
    • Nathan Billig, President
    • Susan Hamburger, Vice-president
    • Karen Bokat, Secretary
    • Jan Augustine, Treasurer
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  • Members:
    Jay Brown
  • Elaine Collins 
  • Lucy Cook
  • Elizabeth Cullen
  • Lois Fern
  • Gaby Gandal
  • Linda Kaplan
  • Ava Kaufman
  • Monique Milhollin
  • Mark Nadel
  • Barry Passett
  • Janet Regan
  • Karen Spangler
  • Catherine McCallum, Ex Officio (Executive Director)
  • Fran Pitlick, Ex Officio (Special Adviser)

        Function: Establish the policies and manage the operations of CC@ H.

 
Brief biographies of the 2017 Board and Executive Committee will be available soon!
 

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    Volunteer Services Committee

    Chair: Peggy Mercorella

    Members:
    • Nancy Benner 
      Susan Hamburger
    • Lanny Johnson
    • Florence Lourie
    • Monique Milhollin
    • Janet Regan
    • Karen Spangler

    Functions:

    • Determine volunteer services to be provided and criteria for providing services;
    • Recruit and train volunteers, frequently with observers from Villages in development;
    • Develop training materials.

     

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    Social Networking and Program Committee

    Chair: Betty O'Connor

    Members:
    • Rhoda Abrams
    • Sandie Deighton
    • Sandy Geller
    • Linda Graham
    • Irene Hoskins
    • Ann Joseph
    • Linda Kaplan
    • Marlyse Kennedy
    • Fran Pitlick
    • Kathleen McGuiness
    • Marion Robertson
    • Molly Ruhl
    • Pat Schleifer
    • Barbara Scupi
    • Millie Shott
    • Evelyn Welebir
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    Functions:

    • Bring together neighbors;
    • Plan educational and cultural programs;
    • Provide Members and Non-members a place to mix with their fellow Chevy Chase residents - a key to well being as we age.

     

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    Membership Committee

    Acting Co-Chairs: Judith Silber & Karen Bokat

     

    Members:

    • Lucy Cook
    • Gaby Gandal
    • Sydney Hoffman
    • Irving Kaminsky
    • Jean Kapp
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    Functions:

      Identify member services and benefits;

      Recommend appropriate methods and opportunities for recruitment and retention of members; Track membership trends.

     

     

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    Communications Committee

    Co-chairs:
    • Caroline Michaelis
    • Fran Pitlick

    Members:
    • Jan Augustine
    • Elaine Collins
    • Nathalie Bramson
    • David Duberman
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    Functions:

    • Develop and distribute quarterly newsletters to members and other interested parties;
    • Submit regular updates to neighborhood newsletters and listservs, churches, temples, and local media outlets;
    • Produce regular fliers and post in public venues;
    • Maintain web site and other social media;
    • Provide A/V support at CC@ H meetings and presentations.

     

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    Community Service Providers Committee

    Chair: Lanny Johnson


    Members:

    • Barbara Coleman 
    • Elaine Collins
    • Tom Collins
    • Gail Feldman

    Functions:

     

    • Maintain and update the database containing a wide variety of trades-people recommended by neighborhood residents; 
    • Maintain and update a list of recommended In-Home Care Providers; 
    • Explore other community resources and services that are not provided by our Volunteers, but that are wanted by Members.

     

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    Development Committee

    Acting Chair: Nathan Billig
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    Functions:

    • Create and develop systems, programs and financial support to meet the changing financial needs of the organization;
    • Explore opportunities for financial support including corporate donors, public and private grants;
    • Identify and cultivate potential major donors.

     

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    Updated:1/14/2017