The Board is responsible for making all of the operational decisions affecting the community association, with the exception of certain powers that are specified in the governing documents. The Board is also responsible for representing the collective needs and desires of the homeowners. The Board usually has the authority to determine the range of quality and quantity of services provided by or for the association.
President of the Board of Directors
Twenty years experience in administration of community associations — served as Vice President on Dulles Farms’ Board of Directors prior to transition from Developer control in 2016. Charter member of the Communications Committee for Dulles Farms prior to being re-elected to the Board in 2017. National Training Manager for Freddie Mac. BS in Finance and Economics from Elmhurst College (IL) and MS in Education from Indiana University. Purchased one of the first twenty residences in Westridge with his wife.
Vice President of the Board of Directors
Elected to the Board of Directors in 2017. A Chief Technologist at Booz Allen Hamilton, a technology and consulting firm serving the federal government and corporations. BS in Computer Information Systems from Strayer University and MS in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University. Certified Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Program Management Professional (PMP). Charter member of the Social Committee and Resident of Westridge.
Appointed to the Board of Directors in 2019. An affordable housing manager with Loudoun County and former housing and community development consultant in Richmond. BA in Geography from Mary Washington College, MCRP in Urban Planning and Policy Development from Rutgers University, and a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration from the University of Virginia. Nationally certified city planner (AICP) and certified in Fair Housing by the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Fair Housing Board. Served on the Covenants Committee for over two years and is a resident of Westridge
Director at Large
Elected to the Board of Directors in 2019. Software engineer in a leadership role within College Board, a non-for-profit organization administering standardized tests promoting college-readiness and as part of the college admissions process. Bachelor of Engineering from Visverwariah Technological University, India. A resident of Virginia Manor.
Elected to the Board of Directors in 2019. Served on the Covenants Committee for 2 1/2 years. Insurance and financial services provider and agency owner at State Farm Insurance in Purcellville, VA. Previous experience in HOA management. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Alum. Resident of Virginia Manor with his wife and their two dachshunds.
Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much. – Helen Keller
The responsibility of the Communications Committee is to help the information flow within the community. Whether it is communication from CAMP, from the Board, or from other committees, the Communications committee intends to push out relevant updates, trying to reach as many homeowners and residents as possible. This committee evaluates communication mechanisms including website development, the CAMP website integration, email, Facebook Page, and also exploring other options, such as Twitter etc… We are also looking at the various types of communication required, such as emergency updates, social committee updates, updates from the Board of Directors or Management company. The communications committee has an email address for your comments/questions/concerns about community communications. Please don’t hesitate to reach out!
The responsibility of the Covenants Committee is to advise and assist the Board of Directors in monitoring and enforcing compliance by owners and residents with the Association Governing Documents. This includes reviews of designs, applications, and identifying covenants violations. This committee promotes homeowners property value across the community through application of guidelines consistently.
The responsibility of the Finance Committee is to understand the association finances, to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling the Board’s financial management oversight responsibilities. Provide the board with recommendations to manage financial assets and evaluate financial controls and account methods. Regularly review month ending and year ending financial statements and provide a recommended annual operating budget to the board. Review community reserve levels and investment strategies to make recommendations to the board to ensure money is being allocated efficiently.
Open Space Committee
The responsibility of the Open Space Committee is to advise and assist the Board of Directors by making recommendations for enhancements to the existing common area and to propose solutions to open space and environmental problems and issues identified by staff, homeowners, residents, and Board of Directors. This committee develops multi-year plans for facility and grounds maintenance and enhancements. The Open Space Committee encourages and establishes programs for volunteer activities, which would provide enjoyment and education to residents to improve the quality of the Dulles Farm grounds common areas. Visit the Open Space Committee website to keep up with the latest news.
The responsibility of the Facilities Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in managing the facilities across the community, to include selection and oversight of the pool management contractor, establishing a swim team and seasonal activities related to this team, maintenance and operation of the tennis courts, basketball courts, gym facilities and clubhouses.
The responsibility of the Social Committee is to provide recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding community events and activities. Planning, scheduling and managing special events. The committee hosts a number of events each year for example Spring Fling, Family Pool Party, Fall Fest, Winter Blast, Bingo and many other activities as appropriate.