Board 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.
We welcome members, volunteers and neighbors to serve on our committees!
2020 Board of Directors
Officers & Directors
Linda Kaplan, PresidentKaren Bokat, Vice-PresidentElaine Collins, Acting Secretary
Barbara Bryniarski, Treasurer
Eriko Kennedy, Executive Director, non-voting
Bryan ArlingNathan BilligMary Ellen BittnerLois Fern
Kathleen McGuinnessMonique MilhollinMark NadelMichael PollardSusan PostMichael ThiedeKaren Spangler
Establish the policies and manage the operations of CC@H.
2020 Committee Leadership
Top row from left: Nathalie Bramson, Karen Bokat, Fran Pitlick, Nathan Billig.
Front row from left: Lanny Johnson, Peggy Mercorella, Caroline Michaelis, Betty O'Connor (Not Pictured: Susan Post)
Caroline MichaelisFran Pitlick
Jan AugustineElaine CollinsNathalie BramsonJean Sperling
Produce quarterly newsletter;Communicate regularly with partner and community organizations and local media;Spread the word about CC@H, events and programs via promotional materials;Maintain web site and Forum and promote CC@H through social media;A/V tech support at CC@H events.
Community Service Providers Committee
Maintain and update the Neighbor-Recommended List, which contains a wide variety of tradespeople recommended by neighborhood residents;Maintain 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.
Bryan ArlingLinda KaplanEriko Kennedy (Executive Director)
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.
Are you interested in becoming more involved in Chevy Chase At Home?
Join the Membership Committee, which recruits and welcomes new members. Help us reach out to neighbors who may be unaware of our existence, or the many ways that they can benefit from participation.
We meet every month or two in one of our homes, with cookies (the kind you eat, not the ones that invade your privacy). In between meetings, we give CC@H a visible presence at our social and cultural events and in our communities. Being on a committee is a terrific way to get to know other members, develop a deeper understanding of all that CC@H offers and have a say in how we develop.
Karen Bokat - firstname.lastname@example.orgSusan Post - email@example.com
Bryan ArlingNathan Billig
Irving KaminskyLinda KaplanDan O'LaughlinJudith Silber (Chairman, Emeritus)
Identify member services and benefits;Recommend methods and opportunities for recruitment and retention of members;Track membership trends.
Social Networking and Program Committee
Betty O'ConnorNathalie BramsonMary Ellen BittnerMembersRhoda AbramsLinda GrahamAnn Joseph Marlyse KennedyHelen McDowellKathleen McGuinnessFran PitlickMolly Ruhl
* Participate in special event planning: Elizabeth Cullen, Sandie Deighton, Sandy Geller, Susan Hamburger, Linda Kaplan, Millie Shott
Bring together neighbors;Plan educational and cultural programs;Provide Members and non-members a place to connect with other Chevy Chase residents--a key to well-being as we age.
Volunteer Services Committee
Nancy BennerSusan HamburgerLanny JohnsonMonique MilhollinKaren Spangler
Develop training materials;Recruit and train volunteers;Determine volunteer services to be provided and criteria for providing services;Match volunteers with service needs;Host observers from villages in development;Evaluate the effectiveness of service delivery.