Our story began a century ago with a mission: to provide secure, fulfilling retirement living. Our board of directors is the steward of that continuing purpose. Our board members bring executive skills from government, business, health care and more, making sure that our policies and funds enhance our mission. Each community and affiliate has its own board of directors.

NANCY KUHN, CHAIR

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Nancy Kuhn is a former attorney whose eclectic career has spanned 20 years in private practice, as well as a number of years in non-profit and federal and local government service. She is a former partner of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP, an international law firm, where she counseled and litigated on behalf of Fortune 200 corporations and national non-profit organizations, including private foundations and educational organizations. After law practice, she was Director of External Relations for the Business-Higher Education Forum (BHEF), a national non-profit composed of corporate CEOs, university presidents, and foundation leaders focused on addressing U.S. education and workforce challenges, particularly in STEM. There, she was responsible for BHEF's fundraising, member relations and outreach, and strategic communications efforts. She is a member of Wake Forest University's College Board of Visitors, an advisory board to the Dean of the College; former vice chair and member of the Board of LearnServe International, a social entrepreneurship non-profit that equips high school students to tackle social problems locally and abroad; and former chair of the National Capital Region Advisory Board of College Summit (now known as Peer Forward), a national non-profit dedicated to building a diverse pipeline of first generation college-going students. She is also a former president of the Wake Forest University Alumni Association. At Ingleside, she has served as Secretary of the Boards of Directors, Chair of the Governance and Nominations Committee, and a member of the Executive and Audit and Compliance Committees. Kuhn earned her J.D. degree from George Washington University; her M.P.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and a B.A. in political science from Wake Forest University. She is a member of the DC Bar (inactive).

STEVEN L. WAGNER, VICE CHAIR

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards Steven L. Wagner is a global management, marketing and sales executive with over 30 years of experience in the U.S., Canada and U.K. cable/telecommunications, entertainment, media and not-for-profit sectors. He is the former vice president and chief marketing officer of Canada’s largest telecoms company, Roger Cable Communications. Most recently, Wagner served as vice president of the American Red Cross’s National Headquarters Development, where he played a vital role in the restructuring, rebuilding and transformation of the National Development operations.

He lives in Washington, DC, with his wife and leads his own business, an advisory/consultancy services and investment firm pursuing opportunities with a focus on tech start-ups and real estate.

JENNIFER CHANDLER HAUGE, SECRETARY

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Jenny is managing director of JusticeAid, a nonprofit that promotes justice through the arts. Previously, she served as vice president of the National Council of Nonprofits and senior counsel and director of special projects at the Nonprofit Risk Management Center. Prior to that Jenny was the founding deputy director of the New Jersey program of Probono Partnership, a nonprofit legal service provider for other nonprofits. Jenny also spent a year as assistant project director for Independent Sector’s Panel on the Nonprofit Sector, authoring the legal compendium for Principles of Good Governance and Ethical Practice, a self-regulation code of conduct for the nation’s nonprofits. She is a professional facilitator and trainer for boards of directors of nonprofits and has taught courses on legal and ethical practice for social workers with the Rutgers School of Social Work. Trained as an employment lawyer who pivoted towards a specialization in the laws governing tax-exempt organizations, Jenny authored Taking the High Road, a guide to legal and effective employment practices for nonprofits, and is the primary author and editor for the free online resource, Nonprofit Audit Guide, available through the National Council of Nonprofits. Jenny has served on numerous boards of directors of national nonprofits and private foundations. She received a law degree from Boston College and her undergraduate degree in English and French from Dartmouth College. Jenny has lived in Washington, D.C. since 2006 where she delights in hiking in Rock Creek Park and visiting the city’s many cultural sites and art museums.

LYNN O’CONNOR, PRESIDENT AND CEO, EX-OFFICIO

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, Ingleside at Home, and Westminster Ingleside Foundation boards


Lynn O’Connor is Ingleside’s President and CEO, which includes Life Plan Communities; Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, Ingleside at Home, Westminster Ingleside Foundation, and Ingleside the Parent Company. O’Connor has 43 years of aging services leadership experience, commencing her career in 1980 as an administrator in training at a Maryland nursing home and hospice. She was appointed by Governor Parris Glendening in 1995 to be a member of the Maryland Assisted Living Task Force, which was charged with creating Maryland’s first assisted living legislation and regulations. O’Connor has a bachelor’s in health care management from St. Joseph’s University, a Master of Science in health care administration from Central Michigan University, and a Long-term Care Certification from the University of Maryland. She is a Maryland-licensed nursing home administrator, a Certified Aging Services Professional, and a certified Montessori Dementia Care Professional. She has been a board member of what is now LeadingAge New Jersey and LeadingAge Colorado and served on the LeadingAge House of Delegates and the Board of Directors of the American Health Care Association, where she chaired the not-for-profit committee and was a member of the strategic planning and executive committees. O’Connor currently serves as the Chair of LeadingAge DC Board of Directors and is Chair of the Presbyterian Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, where she chairs the executive committee. She and her husband, Kevin, live in Washington, D.C., and have a daughter Tara, son-in-law James, and two grandchildren, Henry and Annabel Foley. Lynn and Kevin are members of Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown.

ROBERT (BOB) BREMNER, RESIDENT DIRECTOR, INGLESIDE AT ROCK CREEK

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek and Westminster Ingleside Foundation boards


The early part of Bob Bremner’s career was in international finance, beginning at the World Bank Group, and then as a founding partner of an international investment banking firm in Washington, DC He then founded an investment and consulting partnership in Dayton, Ohio, that purchased small companies, including a bookstore, which was his passion. The bulk of his for-profit board leadership was for Nuveen Investments, one of the larger firms in a mutual fund industry that experienced rapid growth to become a major factor in managing Americans’ savings. Bremner chaired the Mutual Fund board for nine years, led it through the financial crisis of 2008–2009, led industry forums and helped negotiate with financial regulators during a troubled time.

He has had varied not-for-profit leadership experience. Until recently, Bremner served as the chair of the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, the government-sponsored affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. He serves on the investment committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and served as warden of St. Columba’s Episcopal Church for four years. He also serves or has served on the boards of two mental health organizations and the financial oversight committees of other organizations.

DALE H. CLARK, RESIDENT DIRECTOR, WESTMINSTER AT LAKE RIDGE

Ingleside, Westminster at Lake Ridge and Westminster Ingleside Foundation boards


Dale H. Clark received a Bachelor of Arts in foreign language from the University of Rochester and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1956. He graduated from the Marine Corps Basic and Amphibious Warfare School, the NATO Defense College and the Naval War College. Clark was a member of the teaching faculty of Yale University and the U.S. Naval War College. He served combat assignments in the Dominican Republic, Vietnam and Lebanon, and was an infantry officer, with special skills in the employment of nuclear weapons, logistics, and research and development. He retired from the U.S. Marine Corps with the rank of colonel in 1986.

Clark served as a civilian employee in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 1986 to 1988, initially as principal director, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Policy and Enforcement for three years, and then as senior management analyst, Office of the Director, Administration & Management for 10 years. From 1999 to 2000, he worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense as a specialist in defense organization and management, intelligence and counterintelligence.

After moving to Westminster at Lake Ridge in September 2007, Clark served on the resident council and the resident dining, development and finance committees. He was appointed to the corporate governance & nominations committee in 2008, where he continues to serve.

He served as chairman of the board of directors of the Westminster Ingleside Foundation from 2010 to 2015 and currently serves as chair emeritus of the board. From 2010 to 2015, Clark served as director of the board of directors of Ingleside and its affiliate boards at Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at Rock Creek and Ingleside at King Farm.

He and his wife, Evelyn, have enjoyed their life at Westminster at Lake Ridge. They have three daughters, whose families all reside in Northern Virginia.

DON BOARDMAN, RESIDENT DIRECTOR, INGLESIDE AT KING FARM

Ingleside, Ingleside at King Farm, and Westminster Ingleside Foundation boards


Donald Boardman spent over 20 years as Chief Financial Officer of Oxford Development Corporation as it grew from a small real estate company into the 2nd largest multi-family housing developer, owner, and investor in the country. During the last several years of his time with Oxford he was President of Oxford's project finance subsidiary and responsible for raising all equity and debt financing for over 40,000 housing units. After retiring from Oxford, he worked extensively on several nonprofit boards, primarily in the area of mental health including the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI Maryland) and the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, a private global funder of basic research in mental illness. In addition, he served as President and Chairman of Round House Theatre in Bethesda, MD, senior warden at St Columba’s Church in Washington, DC and as co-founder of two homeless housing related nonprofits. Donald and his wife Janet have lived at Ingleside at King Farm since November 2019 where he served as Chair of the resident finance committee.

PEGGY CECCHINE, CHAIR, WESTMINSTER INGLESIDE FOUNDATION

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, and Ingleside at Home


Peggy Cecchine is a native of Havre de Grace, MD. She attended Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Bon Secours School of Nursing and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of the State of New York. In 1986, after returning from Korea and with Gary’s retirement from the Army, Peggy began working in the financial services business in Washington, DC where she was the Assistant Vice President for Administration at Ferris Baker, Watts.

In 1991 Peggy moved back to Havre de Grace and opened the third Edward Jones office in Maryland. She was very successful and at retirement managed over $125 million. In 1997 she became a limited partner in Edward Jones, a position she continues to hold even after her retirement as an active financial advisor. During her 19 years in Havre de Grace, she also served as the president of the Chamber of Commerce (twice) and as president of the Havre de Grace Rotary Club (twice).

She and Gary became residents of Four Seasons, an over 55 community in Dumfries, VA in 2010. At Four Seasons she was on the finance committee for several years.

After moving to our forever home at Westminster in 2018 she has been active with the development, finance, hospitality and dining committees and is a volunteer compassionate driver.

SALLY COX

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Sally Cox has worked as a financial executive for over 25 years. She currently serves as the chief operations and financial officer at Central Union Mission, a not-for-profit organization helping the poor in the District of Columbia since 1884. She began her career in public accounting in Houston, Texas, and has served not-for-profits such as the National Cathedral School for Girls, the Women’s Committee of the Washington National Opera, and the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech.

Cox holds a master’s in business administration, finance and investments from George Washington University School of Business. She lives in Washington, DC, with her husband, John, and attends the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church.

HOWARD GLECKMAN

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, and Ingleside at Home boards


Howard Gleckman is a Senior Fellow at The Urban Institute in Washington, DC, where he is affiliated with both the Tax Policy Center and the Program on Retirement Policy. He is the author of Caring for Our Parents (St. Martin’s Press) and writes a fiscal policy blog for the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and a regular column on aging issues for Forbes.com. He speaks and writes frequently on long-term care issues. In 2016, he was named one of the nation’s top 50 Influencers in Aging by Next Avenue. Mr. Gleckman was a member of the steering committee of the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution project “Reimagining Care for Older Adults,” served on the National Academy of Social Insurance Study Panel on Long-Term Services and Supports and was a convener of the Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative (2012-2016). He was 2006-2007 Media Fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation and a 2006-2008 Visiting Fellow at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Previously, he was senior correspondent in the Washington bureau of Business Week, where he covered health and elder care, as well as tax and budget issues for nearly 20 years. Mr. Gleckman serves on several community boards, including the Johns Hopkins Health System’s National Capital Region Executive Governance Committee and the Johns Hopkins Medicine Patient Safety and Quality Committee. He previously served as chair of the board of trustees of Suburban Hospital (Bethesda MD) and trustee of Johns Hopkins Medicine. He is a board member and past president of the Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington and is a former president of Tifereth Israel Congregation in Washington, DC.

GREGG E. JOHNSON

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Gregg E. Johnson is managing director and co-founder of BIA Capital Strategies. He provides strategic financial advice in mergers and acquisitions, financial recapitalizations and special situations, and has raised nearly $1 billion in debt and equity capital, particularly in media communications firms. He is also general partner and co-founder of BIA Digital Partners, investing debt and equity funding in 38 lower middle-market companies.

Prior to joining BIA Capital Strategies, Johnson was the division manager of the Healthcare and Communications Lending Groups at American Security Bank (now part of Bank of America) in Washington, DC He led and directed complex debt transactions for small-to-mid-sized companies throughout the U.S.

He has served as an elder on the Session of Potomac Presbyterian Church and as chair of its finance, endowment and generosity committees. He previously served on the Session of Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church and as chair of its finance committee.

Johnson received a Bachelor of Science in commerce from the University of Virginia and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Rochester.

JOHN KREUTZER

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


John Kreutzer is currently first vice president, Wiles-Kreutzer Group of BB&T Scott & Stringfellow in Alexandria, Virginia, with over 30 years of experience. Prior to forming the Wiles-Kreutzer Group in 2009, he managed the office of Wachovia Securities, now Wells Fargo Advisors. Throughout his career, Kreutzer has helped many clients with varied professional, personal and family needs, and has advised ERISA plan fiduciaries through years of technological, regulatory and investment product evolution.

He has been selected to participate in the professional management program at BB&T Scott & Stringfellow, given only to a small group of advisors authorized by senior management to act as fiduciaries and manage accounts on a fully discretionary basis.

After obtaining his graduate degree, Kreutzer worked as a consultant with TriBrook Group, a program and facilities planning firm in Oakbrook, Illinois. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and a Master of Business Administration degree from George Washington University. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Alexandria.

PHILLIP MAGIDSON, M.D., M.P.H.

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, and Ingleside at Home boards


Phillip Magidson, M.D., M.P.H., is an assistant professor of emergency medicine. He works clinically at both The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Dr. Magidson received his master’s of public health degree in 2009 from George Washington University. Then, in 2012, he graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine. Upon receipt of his medical degree, Dr. Magidson joined the emergency medicine/internal medicine combined residency program at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, from which he graduated in 2017. In 2018, he graduated from the fellowship training program in geriatric medicine and gerontology at Johns Hopkins Bayview. Dr. Magidson is board certified in and actively practices emergency medicine, internal medicine and geriatric medicine.

JAY NEWTON-SMALL

Ingleside, Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm and Ingleside at Home boards


Jay Newton-Small is CEO and founder of MemoryWell, a national network of more than 700 writers who tell the stories of seniors to help improve their care.

Previously, she was a Washington correspondent for TIME magazine, where she remains a contributor. At TIME, she covered politics, as well as stories on five continents, from conflicts in the Middle East to the earthquake in Haiti and the November 2015 Paris terrorist attacks. She has written nearly a dozen TIME cover stories and interviewed numerous heads of state, including Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush. Before TIME, Jay was a reporter for Bloomberg News, where she covered the White House and politics.

Newton-Small authored the 2016 best-selling book, “Broad Influence: How Women Are Changing the Way America Works.”

She received a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and undergraduate degrees in international relations and art history from Tufts University. She is a 2017 Halcyon Incubator fellow, a 2016–2017 New America fellow and a 2015 Harvard Institute of Politics fellow. She is the 2016 winner of the prestigious Dirksen Award for congressional reporting and the 2016 Deadline Club award for community service reporting.

JANET HAASE KELLEY

Chair


Janet Haase Kelley graduated from Radcliffe College and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. After graduation, she worked in the financial services/banking industry for over 20 years at First National Bank of Chicago (subsequently merged into JP Morgan Chase). She served in its New York office from 1987 to 1989, working on international trade and finance, as vice president in its Washington, DC, office from 1990 to 1992, working on cash management and electronic payments; as well as working on commercial lending in its Houston and Chicago offices. She was adjunct professor of business administration at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.

Kelley’s community activities have included Radcliffe of Houston; Harvard Business School Club of Houston; Harvard University Alumni Association, Cambridge, Massachusetts; United Nations Association, Houston Chapter; Houston Ballet; Houston Grand Opera Guild; Metropolitan Opera, National Council, New York, New York; Watergate South Cooperative Apartments, Washington, DC; and Sulgrave Club, Washington, DC

She is a resident of Ingleside at Rock Creek in Washington, DC

ROBERT (BOB) BREMNER

Vice Chair


The early part of Bob Bremner’s career was in international finance, beginning at the World Bank Group and then as a founding partner of an international investment banking firm in Washington, DC He then founded an investment and consulting partnership in Dayton, Ohio, that purchased small companies, including a bookstore, which was his passion. The bulk of his for-profit board leadership was for Nuveen Investments, one of the larger firms in a mutual fund industry that experienced rapid growth to become a major factor in managing Americans’ savings. Bremner chaired the Mutual Fund board for nine years, led it through the financial crisis of 2008–2009, led industry forums and helped negotiate with financial regulators during a troubled time.

He has had varied not-for-profit leadership experience. Until recently, Bremner served as the chair of the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, the government-sponsored affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. He serves on the investment committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and served as warden of St. Columba’s Episcopal Church for four years.

He also serves or has served on the boards of two mental health organizations and the financial oversight committees of other organizations.

LYNN O’CONNOR

President and CEO, Ex-Officio


Lynn O’Connor is Ingleside’s president and CEO, which includes Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, the Westminster Ingleside Foundation, Westminster Ingleside Group and Ingleside at Home. O’Connor has 40 years of aging services leadership experience, commencing her career in 1980 as an administrator in training at a Maryland nursing home and hospice. She was appointed by Governor Parris Glendening in 1995 to be a member of the Maryland Assisted Living Task Force, which was charged with creating Maryland’s first assisted living legislation and regulations.

O’Connor has a bachelor’s in health care management from St. Joseph’s University, a Master of Science in health care administration from Central Michigan University, and Long-Term Care Certification from the University of Maryland. She is a Maryland-licensed nursing home administrator, a certified aging services professional and a certified Montessori dementia care professional. She has been a board member of what is now LeadingAge New Jersey and LeadingAge Colorado, and served on the LeadingAge House of Delegates and the board of directors of the American Health Care Association, where she chaired the not-for-profit committee and was a member of the strategic planning and executive committees.

O’Connor currently serves as the secretary and vice chair on the board of directors of LeadingAge DC and is vice chair of the Presbyterian Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, where she chairs the governance and nominations committee and is a member of the executive committee. She and her husband, Kevin, live in Washington, DC, and have one daughter, a son-in-law, and a grandson and granddaughter. They are members of Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown.

DALE H. CLARK

Chair Emeritus, Ex-Officio


Dale H. Clark received a Bachelor of Arts in foreign language from the University of Rochester and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1956. He graduated from the Marine Corps Basic and Amphibious Warfare School, the NATO Defense College and the Naval War College. Clark was a member of the teaching faculty of Yale University and the U.S. Naval War College. He served combat assignments in the Dominican Republic, Vietnam and Lebanon, and was an infantry officer, with special skills in the employment of nuclear weapons, logistics, and research and development. He retired from the U.S. Marine Corps with the rank of colonel in 1986.

Clark served as a civilian employee in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 1986 to 1988, initially as principal director, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Policy and Enforcement for three years and then as senior management analyst, Office of the Director, Administration & Management for 10 years. From 1999 to 2000, he worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense as a specialist in defense organization and management, intelligence and counterintelligence.

After moving to Westminster at Lake Ridge in September 2007, Clark served on the resident council and the resident dining, development and finance committees. He was appointed to the corporate governance & nominations committee in 2008, where he continues to serve.

He served as chairman of the board of directors of the Westminster Ingleside Foundation from 2010 to 2015 and currently serves as chair emeritus of the board. From 2010 to 2015, Clark served as director on the board of directors of Ingleside and its affiliate boards at Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at Rock Creek and Ingleside at King Farm.

He and his wife, Evelyn, have enjoyed their life at Westminster at Lake Ridge. They have three daughters, whose families all reside in Northern Virginia.

ALICE C. BUHL


Alice C. Buhl has extensive experience in philanthropy and not-for-profit management. She served as executive director of the Conference on Education and of the St. Louis Metropolitan Association for Philanthropy, as well as senior vice president of the Council on Foundations in Washington, DC

Buhl has been a consultant in philanthropy to many American and Canadian family foundations and prominent private foundations, specializing in assisting families as they manage critical challenges in times of transition. She was a senior consultant for Lansberg-Gersick & Associates, an international family business firm that advises families on all aspects of family enterprise.

She has also done extensive volunteer work. Buhl was a founding board member of the National Center for Family Philanthropy and served as a senior fellow there until 2019. She was a member of the session of three Presbyterian churches and served on and chaired the board of Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.

Born and raised outside of Chicago, Buhl earned her MBA from Washington University (St. Louis). She and her husband, Lance, moved to Ingleside at King Farm in March 2016.

GARY CECCHINE


Gary Cecchine is a native of Marianna, PA. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, has a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Long Island University. After a 22 year Army career, which included service in Germany, Vietnam and Korea, he became a financial advisor with a major national firm, a financial advisor and branch manager with a regional firm and he and Peggy established Edward Jones offices in Ha-vre de Grace and Aberdeen, MD where he was a Certified Financial Planner. He has served as the moderator of Webster Congregational Christian Church, Havre de Grace, MD, on the Havre de Grace Economic Development Commission and as a board member of the Aberdeen, MD Chamber of Commerce. Prior to coming to Westminster he and Peggy lived in the Four Seasons Community in Dumfries, VA where he served as a ”Helping Hand” for residents there for many years. Peggy and Gary moved into a cottage at Westminster in July 2018. Since that time he has been a volunteer driver and member of the Development Committee for the Westminster Ingleside Foundation. He served as president of the WLR Resident Council 2021-2022 and currently serves on the Ingleside Quality of Life and Care Committee.

RICHARD HALL


Mr. Hall earned a B.A. in English and Modern Languages from Trinity College (CT) and an M.A. from L’Ecole Française at Middlebury College. After teaching French at the Berkshire School in Massachusetts and at the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, each for seven years, he was appointed head of the upper school at the Seven Hills School in Cincinnati where he served for five years. For the next decade, he was headmaster of North Shore Country Day School in Chicago, and from 1989 to 2001, he was director of the International School of Brussels. He was involved in community activities and educational associations both in Chicago and Brussels, including serving on the boards of the Hadley School for the Blind in Winnetka, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Belgium. He also served as president of the Winnetka (IL) Rotary Club. Mr. Hall became head of Washington International School in July 2001 and retired in July 2007. During his tenure he worked closely with an affiliate school in Bangkok, the KIS International School(www.kis.ac.th). He also served on the board of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) for six years and chaired the Global Initiatives Task Force. After 37 years, he retired from the board of the American Secondary Schools for International Students and Teachers (www.assist-inc.org) where he served as board chair for 12 years. ASSIST is a non-profit association which identifies and places annually about 170 international students from some 15-20 countries on one-year scholarships in independent schools in the United States. He was a member of the board of the International Student House (ISH) (www.ish-dc.org) in Washington until 2013 and of St. Albans School (www.stalbansschool.org) until 2014 where he co-chaired the Strategic Planning Committee, and of Washington International School until 2017. For several years he was a member of the team that investigated a potential “brother school” affiliation for St. Albans in Korea . Until last year he was a member of the board of the Madeira School (www.madeira.org) and LearnServe International (www.learn-serve.org). He is married to Carol A. Hall, a classical musician (violin and viola) and former teacher at the Phillips Exeter Academy, the Music Center of the North Shore (Winnetka) and the VanderCook College of Music. Their daughter and granddaughter live in California.

SY HERMAN


Sy is a graduate of NYU in accounting and law. He attributes his career in finance/accounting (including CPA) to the six years he spent in the Air Force – as a commissioned officer and civilian – pricing and negotiating military contracts. Later, an early retirement from IBM (as Director of Accounting) allowed him a third career with Arthur Andersen’s Washington office. In retirement, Sy continues to serve as an Arbitrator for FINRA and the American Arbitration Association.

Early on, Sy took Dale Carnegie’s famous fourteen-week course. He was a natural at “meeting and greeting”, became an instructor himself, and now applies the time-honored principles to his grandkids.

Sy is very involved in supporting the community including George Washington University School of Law and JCC of Greater Washington.

REGIS L. KEDDIE II


Regis II brings close to 50 years of investment experience to serving his clients, with more than half of that time at Davenport & Company. He has served clients through many economic and market swings and has proven to be a solution provider involved in the complete process – from planning, implementing, monitoring, and adjusting his clients’ long-term strategies. Regis holds his Series 1, 63, 65, 24, 8, 201 and PC registrations as well as life and long-term care insurance licenses. Actively involved in the community, Regis is a member of the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, serving on its Finance Committee after serving terms as Board Chair and Board Director, as well as Finance Chair. He is the Trustee and Secretary-Treasurer of the Mary Washington Healthcare Foundation and a member of the Investment Committee of the Mary Washington Healthcare Corporation. Additionally, he is a past member of both the Spotsylvania County Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals and the recent Finance Council Chair/Parish Advisory Council of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church. Regis and his wife, Sandy, are the parents of six adult children and 17 grandchildren.

ELIZABETH KING


Elizabeth served as President of the Ingleside at Rock Creek Service Board from 2015-2018. She co-chaired the Ingleside Families Group for four years and was an active volunteer following her mother’s move to Ingleside in 2006. After graduating from Swarthmore College, Elizabeth worked as an economist in both the Federal Government and private sector – with the Tariff Commission (now the International Trade Commission) and the International Trade Administration of the Commerce Department as well as with Exxon in TX and NY and Biospherics, Inc. and Potomac Associates in Washington, DC. She served as Deacon and Elder of Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church and chaired several CCPC committees, including Discipleship and Community Life and Outreach. Elizabeth has two sons and three grandsons.

ROBERT LEN, CPA


Robert Len holds a master’s degree in taxation from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.

A certified public accountant, Len started his career with Touché Ross and Co. (now Deloitte). After several years there, he joined The Wolf Group — a CPA firm in Northern Virginia — later becoming a partner in 1990. There, he advised clients on a wide array of tax and planning issues. In 1996, Len and Leonard Wolf formed Wolf Group Capital Advisors, a wealth management firm that helps clients create a decision-making framework for their lives — identifying short- and long-term priorities and organizing clients’ affairs to help achieve their dreams.

Len regularly speaks at international organizations and financial institutions about topics including financial planning, tax planning, retirement planning and investment strategies.

DAN RUBINFELD


Prof. Daniel L. Rubinfeld is Robert L. Bridges Professor of Law and Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Law at NYU. He served from June 1997 through December 1998 as chief economist and Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust in the U.S. Department of Justice. Dan is the author of a variety of articles relating to antitrust and competition policy, law and economics, and public economics, as well as two textbooks, Microeconomics and Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts. He is also the co-author (with Robert Inman) of Democratic Federalism, a Princeton Press 2020 publication. He has consulted for private parties and for a range of public agencies including the Federal Trade Commission, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, and various State Attorneys General. He has been a fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Professor Rubinfeld teaches courses in antitrust and law and statistics (co-taught with Judge Katherine Forrest) and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a research fellow at NBER. He is a past President of the American Law and Economics Association.

PETER L. WILLSON, PhD


Pete is the Founder and CEO of Sotas, Inc., which invented, designed, and manufactured high-tech systems for US, European, and Asian telecommunications companies. Entrepreneurship followed his success at turning around small corporations. In the public/not-for-profit sectors, Pete was the Chief Scientist for Systems Analysis for the Department of the Navy after leading analytical efforts at the non-profit Center For Naval Analysis. He earned M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in physics as a NASA Fellow at Michigan State University. He is currently president of the board of Watergate South where he replaced and reorganized the management and restructured the corporation’s finances with a new $19 million loan.

CATHY WRIGHT


After graduating from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, Cathy worked in the Georgetown University Economics Department for several years. She subsequently joined Data Resources Inc., a technology start-up company leading pioneering work in the development of computer-based economic forecasting models, and collection and online dissemination of international economic statistics. She spent a year in Brussels helping to open DRI’s first international office. Following this, she joined the Economics Department of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris where she worked for four years, leading development of the statistical databases underlying OECD’s semi-annual forecasting exercises. Cathy then returned to Washington to join the International Monetary Fund where she led the data management section supporting the IMF’s World Economic Outlook forecasting exercise, and the related publication and data dissemination activities. Cathy concluded her career at the IMF as a Division Chief in the Statistics Department, where she was responsible for the IMF’s statistical information systems, publications, and electronic data products. Upon retiring from the IMF, Cathy and Lee embarked upon the adventure of learning Italian and studying art history by moving to Florence, where they spent four years. This, of course, included serious study of Italian regional foods and wines. Cathy and Lee are now based in Washington, but still dedicate several months a year to world travel, with a focus on France and Italy (our homes away from home). Cathy is a docent at Dumbarton Oaks Museum and Garden, taking advantage of her interest and experience in both Byzantine and pre-Columbian history and art, as well as in garden architecture and design. She is an officer of the Board of the IMF Retirees Association. As a member of the Cosmos Club, Cathy is a co-organizer of the Medieval Interest Group, and participates in the Climate Change Group which focuses on many global environmental issues. At Ingleside Rock Creek, Cathy is a member of the Board of the Westminster Ingleside Foundation, and is head of the Ingleside Development Committee. Her interests include international travel (especially Italy and France), Byzantine and medieval history and art, and medieval and Renaissance music.

Westminster Ingleside Foundation
Board of Directors

JANET HAASE KELLEY

Chair


Janet Haase Kelley graduated from Radcliffe College and holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. After graduation, she worked in the financial services/banking industry for over 20 years at First National Bank of Chicago (subsequently merged into JP Morgan Chase). She served in its New York office from 1987 to 1989, working on international trade and finance, as vice president in its Washington, DC, office from 1990 to 1992, working on cash management and electronic payments; as well as working on commercial lending in its Houston and Chicago offices. She was adjunct professor of business administration at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.

Kelley’s community activities have included Radcliffe of Houston; Harvard Business School Club of Houston; Harvard University Alumni Association, Cambridge, Massachusetts; United Nations Association, Houston Chapter; Houston Ballet; Houston Grand Opera Guild; Metropolitan Opera, National Council, New York, New York; Watergate South Cooperative Apartments, Washington, DC; and Sulgrave Club, Washington, DC

She is a resident of Ingleside at Rock Creek in Washington, DC

ROBERT (BOB) BREMNER

Vice Chair


The early part of Bob Bremner’s career was in international finance, beginning at the World Bank Group and then as a founding partner of an international investment banking firm in Washington, DC He then founded an investment and consulting partnership in Dayton, Ohio, that purchased small companies, including a bookstore, which was his passion. The bulk of his for-profit board leadership was for Nuveen Investments, one of the larger firms in a mutual fund industry that experienced rapid growth to become a major factor in managing Americans’ savings. Bremner chaired the Mutual Fund board for nine years, led it through the financial crisis of 2008–2009, led industry forums and helped negotiate with financial regulators during a troubled time.

He has had varied not-for-profit leadership experience. Until recently, Bremner served as the chair of the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, the government-sponsored affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. He serves on the investment committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and served as warden of St. Columba’s Episcopal Church for four years.

He also serves or has served on the boards of two mental health organizations and the financial oversight committees of other organizations.

PEGGY CECCHINE

Secretary


Peggy Cecchine is a native of Havre de Grace, MD. She attended Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Bon Secours School of Nursing and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of the State of New York. In 1986, after returning from Korea and with Gary’s retirement from the Army, Peggy began working in the financial services business in Washington, DC where she was the Assistant Vice President for Administration at Ferris Baker, Watts.

In 1991 Peggy moved back to Havre de Grace and opened the third Edward Jones office in Maryland. She was very successful and at retirement managed over $125 million. In 1997 she became a limited partner in Edward Jones, a position she continues to hold even after her retirement as an active financial advisor. During her 19 years in Havre de Grace, she also served as the president of the Chamber of Commerce (twice) and as president of the Havre de Grace Rotary Club (twice).

She and Gary became residents of Four Seasons, an over 55 community in Dumfries, VA in 2010. At Four Seasons she was on the finance committee for several years.

After moving to our forever home at Westminster in 2018 she has been active with the development, finance, hospitality and dining committees and is a volunteer compassionate driver.

LYNN O’CONNOR

President and CEO, Ex-Officio


Lynn O’Connor is Ingleside’s president and CEO, which includes Ingleside at Rock Creek, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at King Farm, the Westminster Ingleside Foundation, Westminster Ingleside Group and Ingleside at Home. O’Connor has 40 years of aging services leadership experience, commencing her career in 1980 as an administrator in training at a Maryland nursing home and hospice. She was appointed by Governor Parris Glendening in 1995 to be a member of the Maryland Assisted Living Task Force, which was charged with creating Maryland’s first assisted living legislation and regulations.

O’Connor has a bachelor’s in health care management from St. Joseph’s University, a Master of Science in health care administration from Central Michigan University, and Long-Term Care Certification from the University of Maryland. She is a Maryland-licensed nursing home administrator, a certified aging services professional and a certified Montessori dementia care professional. She has been a board member of what is now LeadingAge New Jersey and LeadingAge Colorado, and served on the LeadingAge House of Delegates and the board of directors of the American Health Care Association, where she chaired the not-for-profit committee and was a member of the strategic planning and executive committees.

O’Connor currently serves as the secretary and vice chair on the board of directors of LeadingAge DC and is vice chair of the Presbyterian Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, where she chairs the governance and nominations committee and is a member of the executive committee. She and her husband, Kevin, live in Washington, DC, and have one daughter, a son-in-law, and a grandson and granddaughter. They are members of Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown.

DALE H. CLARK

Chair Emeritus, Ex-Officio


Dale H. Clark received a Bachelor of Arts in foreign language from the University of Rochester and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1956. He graduated from the Marine Corps Basic and Amphibious Warfare School, the NATO Defense College and the Naval War College. Clark was a member of the teaching faculty of Yale University and the U.S. Naval War College. He served combat assignments in the Dominican Republic, Vietnam and Lebanon, and was an infantry officer, with special skills in the employment of nuclear weapons, logistics, and research and development. He retired from the U.S. Marine Corps with the rank of colonel in 1986.

Clark served as a civilian employee in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 1986 to 1988, initially as principal director, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Policy and Enforcement for three years and then as senior management analyst, Office of the Director, Administration & Management for 10 years. From 1999 to 2000, he worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense as a specialist in defense organization and management, intelligence and counterintelligence.

After moving to Westminster at Lake Ridge in September 2007, Clark served on the resident council and the resident dining, development and finance committees. He was appointed to the corporate governance & nominations committee in 2008, where he continues to serve.

He served as chairman of the board of directors of the Westminster Ingleside Foundation from 2010 to 2015 and currently serves as chair emeritus of the board. From 2010 to 2015, Clark served as director on the board of directors of Ingleside and its affiliate boards at Westminster at Lake Ridge, Ingleside at Rock Creek and Ingleside at King Farm.

He and his wife, Evelyn, have enjoyed their life at Westminster at Lake Ridge. They have three daughters, whose families all reside in Northern Virginia.

ALICE C. BUHL


Alice C. Buhl has extensive experience in philanthropy and not-for-profit management. She served as executive director of the Conference on Education and of the St. Louis Metropolitan Association for Philanthropy, as well as senior vice president of the Council on Foundations in Washington, DC

Buhl has been a consultant in philanthropy to many American and Canadian family foundations and prominent private foundations, specializing in assisting families as they manage critical challenges in times of transition. She was a senior consultant for Lansberg-Gersick & Associates, an international family business firm that advises families on all aspects of family enterprise.

She has also done extensive volunteer work. Buhl was a founding board member of the National Center for Family Philanthropy and served as a senior fellow there until 2019. She was a member of the session of three Presbyterian churches and served on and chaired the board of Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.

Born and raised outside of Chicago, Buhl earned her MBA from Washington University (St. Louis). She and her husband, Lance, moved to Ingleside at King Farm in March 2016.

GARY CECCHINE


Gary Cecchine is a native of Marianna, PA. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, has a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Long Island University. After a 22 year Army career, which included service in Germany, Vietnam and Korea, he became a financial advisor with a major national firm, a financial advisor and branch manager with a regional firm and he and Peggy established Edward Jones offices in Ha-vre de Grace and Aberdeen, MD where he was a Certified Financial Planner. He has served as the moderator of Webster Congregational Christian Church, Havre de Grace, MD, on the Havre de Grace Economic Development Commission and as a board member of the Aberdeen, MD Chamber of Commerce. Prior to coming to Westminster he and Peggy lived in the Four Seasons Community in Dumfries, VA where he served as a ”Helping Hand” for residents there for many years. Peggy and Gary moved into a cottage at Westminster in July 2018. Since that time he has been a volunteer driver and member of the Development Committee for the Westminster Ingleside Foundation. He served as president of the WLR Resident Council 2021-2022 and currently serves on the Ingleside Quality of Life and Care Committee.

RICHARD HALL


Mr. Hall earned a B.A. in English and Modern Languages from Trinity College (CT) and an M.A. from L’Ecole Française at Middlebury College. After teaching French at the Berkshire School in Massachusetts and at the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, each for seven years, he was appointed head of the upper school at the Seven Hills School in Cincinnati where he served for five years. For the next decade, he was headmaster of North Shore Country Day School in Chicago, and from 1989 to 2001, he was director of the International School of Brussels. He was involved in community activities and educational associations both in Chicago and Brussels, including serving on the boards of the Hadley School for the Blind in Winnetka, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Belgium. He also served as president of the Winnetka (IL) Rotary Club. Mr. Hall became head of Washington International School in July 2001 and retired in July 2007. During his tenure he worked closely with an affiliate school in Bangkok, the KIS International School(www.kis.ac.th). He also served on the board of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) for six years and chaired the Global Initiatives Task Force. After 37 years, he retired from the board of the American Secondary Schools for International Students and Teachers (www.assist-inc.org) where he served as board chair for 12 years. ASSIST is a non-profit association which identifies and places annually about 170 international students from some 15-20 countries on one-year scholarships in independent schools in the United States. He was a member of the board of the International Student House (ISH) (www.ish-dc.org) in Washington until 2013 and of St. Albans School (www.stalbansschool.org) until 2014 where he co-chaired the Strategic Planning Committee, and of Washington International School until 2017. For several years he was a member of the team that investigated a potential “brother school” affiliation for St. Albans in Korea . Until last year he was a member of the board of the Madeira School (www.madeira.org) and LearnServe International (www.learn-serve.org). He is married to Carol A. Hall, a classical musician (violin and viola) and former teacher at the Phillips Exeter Academy, the Music Center of the North Shore (Winnetka) and the VanderCook College of Music. Their daughter and granddaughter live in California.

SY HERMAN


Sy is a graduate of NYU in accounting and law. He attributes his career in finance/accounting (including CPA) to the six years he spent in the Air Force – as a commissioned officer and civilian – pricing and negotiating military contracts. Later, an early retirement from IBM (as Director of Accounting) allowed him a third career with Arthur Andersen’s Washington office. In retirement, Sy continues to serve as an Arbitrator for FINRA and the American Arbitration Association.

Early on, Sy took Dale Carnegie’s famous fourteen-week course. He was a natural at “meeting and greeting”, became an instructor himself, and now applies the time-honored principles to his grandkids.

Sy is very involved in supporting the community including George Washington University School of Law and JCC of Greater Washington.

REGIS L. KEDDIE II


Regis II brings close to 50 years of investment experience to serving his clients, with more than half of that time at Davenport & Company. He has served clients through many economic and market swings and has proven to be a solution provider involved in the complete process – from planning, implementing, monitoring, and adjusting his clients’ long-term strategies. Regis holds his Series 1, 63, 65, 24, 8, 201 and PC registrations as well as life and long-term care insurance licenses. Actively involved in the community, Regis is a member of the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, serving on its Finance Committee after serving terms as Board Chair and Board Director, as well as Finance Chair. He is the Trustee and Secretary-Treasurer of the Mary Washington Healthcare Foundation and a member of the Investment Committee of the Mary Washington Healthcare Corporation. Additionally, he is a past member of both the Spotsylvania County Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals and the recent Finance Council Chair/Parish Advisory Council of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church. Regis and his wife, Sandy, are the parents of six adult children and 17 grandchildren.

ELIZABETH KING


Elizabeth served as President of the Ingleside at Rock Creek Service Board from 2015-2018. She co-chaired the Ingleside Families Group for four years and was an active volunteer following her mother’s move to Ingleside in 2006. After graduating from Swarthmore College, Elizabeth worked as an economist in both the Federal Government and private sector – with the Tariff Commission (now the International Trade Commission) and the International Trade Administration of the Commerce Department as well as with Exxon in TX and NY and Biospherics, Inc. and Potomac Associates in Washington, DC. She served as Deacon and Elder of Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church and chaired several CCPC committees, including Discipleship and Community Life and Outreach. Elizabeth has two sons and three grandsons.

ROBERT LEN, CPA


Robert Len holds a master’s degree in taxation from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.

A certified public accountant, Len started his career with Touché Ross and Co. (now Deloitte). After several years there, he joined The Wolf Group — a CPA firm in Northern Virginia — later becoming a partner in 1990. There, he advised clients on a wide array of tax and planning issues. In 1996, Len and Leonard Wolf formed Wolf Group Capital Advisors, a wealth management firm that helps clients create a decision-making framework for their lives — identifying short- and long-term priorities and organizing clients’ affairs to help achieve their dreams.

Len regularly speaks at international organizations and financial institutions about topics including financial planning, tax planning, retirement planning and investment strategies.

DAN RUBINFELD


Prof. Daniel L. Rubinfeld is Robert L. Bridges Professor of Law and Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Law at NYU. He served from June 1997 through December 1998 as chief economist and Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust in the U.S. Department of Justice. Dan is the author of a variety of articles relating to antitrust and competition policy, law and economics, and public economics, as well as two textbooks, Microeconomics and Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts. He is also the co-author (with Robert Inman) of Democratic Federalism, a Princeton Press 2020 publication. He has consulted for private parties and for a range of public agencies including the Federal Trade Commission, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, and various State Attorneys General. He has been a fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Professor Rubinfeld teaches courses in antitrust and law and statistics (co-taught with Judge Katherine Forrest) and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a research fellow at NBER. He is a past President of the American Law and Economics Association.

PETER L. WILLSON, PhD


Pete is the Founder and CEO of Sotas, Inc., which invented, designed, and manufactured high-tech systems for US, European, and Asian telecommunications companies. Entrepreneurship followed his success at turning around small corporations. In the public/not-for-profit sectors, Pete was the Chief Scientist for Systems Analysis for the Department of the Navy after leading analytical efforts at the non-profit Center For Naval Analysis. He earned M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in physics as a NASA Fellow at Michigan State University. He is currently president of the board of Watergate South where he replaced and reorganized the management and restructured the corporation’s finances with a new $19 million loan.

CATHY WRIGHT


After graduating from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, Cathy worked in the Georgetown University Economics Department for several years. She subsequently joined Data Resources Inc., a technology start-up company leading pioneering work in the development of computer-based economic forecasting models, and collection and online dissemination of international economic statistics. She spent a year in Brussels helping to open DRI’s first international office. Following this, she joined the Economics Department of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris where she worked for four years, leading development of the statistical databases underlying OECD’s semi-annual forecasting exercises. Cathy then returned to Washington to join the International Monetary Fund where she led the data management section supporting the IMF’s World Economic Outlook forecasting exercise, and the related publication and data dissemination activities. Cathy concluded her career at the IMF as a Division Chief in the Statistics Department, where she was responsible for the IMF’s statistical information systems, publications, and electronic data products. Upon retiring from the IMF, Cathy and Lee embarked upon the adventure of learning Italian and studying art history by moving to Florence, where they spent four years. This, of course, included serious study of Italian regional foods and wines. Cathy and Lee are now based in Washington, but still dedicate several months a year to world travel, with a focus on France and Italy (our homes away from home). Cathy is a docent at Dumbarton Oaks Museum and Garden, taking advantage of her interest and experience in both Byzantine and pre-Columbian history and art, as well as in garden architecture and design. She is an officer of the Board of the IMF Retirees Association. As a member of the Cosmos Club, Cathy is a co-organizer of the Medieval Interest Group, and participates in the Climate Change Group which focuses on many global environmental issues. At Ingleside Rock Creek, Cathy is a member of the Board of the Westminster Ingleside Foundation, and is head of the Ingleside Development Committee. Her interests include international travel (especially Italy and France), Byzantine and medieval history and art, and medieval and Renaissance music.