Board of Directors & COMMITTEES
PHCA is a volunteer organization. We rely on the time and talents of our members throughout Piedmont Heights to help us uphold our bylaws and make our neighborhood a wonderful place to live and work! Let us know how you'd like to help—whether it's on a committee, planning an event, picking up litter throughout the neighborhood, and much more. Below is a description of each committee—and we have a list of specific volunteer needs. Please contact the committee chair if you have any questions or are interested in joining a committee.
NOMINATE A NEIGHBOR (OR YOURSELF)!
INTERESTED IN JOINING THE PHCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS?
Board members must be PHCA Members and, if elected at the Annual Neighborhood Meeting in November, serve a two-year term. We'd love to share more information about what is involved! We need voices to represent the interests and needs of all residents, both PHCA Members and other residents!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The PHCA Board of Directors are resident volunteers who have been elected to serve two-year terms by PHCA Members. Thank you to our volunteers!
Special thanks to our volunteers who assist with our committees and events!
Chair: Meg Anderson
The PHCA Communications Committee is responsible for the association’s website, the PHCA Newsletter and all social media outlets (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Nextdoor). Any PH neighbor with an interest in marketing, social media, writing newsletter articles, photography, editing/proofreading, or anything else related to these areas, please contact communications for more information.
MembershipChair: Meg Anderson
The PHCA Membership Committee is responsible for recruiting and retaining association members. As such, Membership organizes membership drives and plans activities sponsored by the association. In recent years, Membership has helped with or planned events at the park, neighborhood social events at local restaurants, cooking demonstrations and wine tastings, bowling parties, and the PHCA annual meeting. A committee member is also the coordinator for the Neighborhood Ambassador program that seeks volunteers to help get information out to the neighborhood. Membership is always looking for new committee members to keep up our creativity. Please contact Membership for more information.
Parks and Open Spaces
Chair: Jorgelina Striedinger
Planning, TRANSPORTATION AND RIGHT-OF-WAY
Chair: Shawn Brown
Public Safety/Security Patrol
Chair: Susan Kanellos
Zoning and NPU
Chair: Tim Berube
Learn more about our Zoning processes. Besides attending city meetings to represent the neighborhood when zoning issues arise, the zoning committee is available to talk with neighbors when they are thinking about a renovation to help them avoid any problems with the City. The committee also stays abreast of commercial zoning issues that might affect Piedmont Heights, either positively or negatively. Our Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU) representative attends all monthly NPU meetings on the third Monday of the month (7 p.m. online; formerly at Hillside meeting room, 1301 Monroe Drive) and other City meetings as needed. Anyone who would like to learn more about how their City works would be at home on the Zoning/NPU Committee. Contact our Zoning chair.