The CHCA Board of Directors is an all volunteer organization. Elections for Chestnut Hill Board of Directors are held annually. Board meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month (December excluded). Learn about our board's annual elections.
CHCA Board of Directors 2020-2021 (as of 8/5/2020)
|Officers||Board Members with Term Year||Institutional Board Members|
Kathi Clayton President
Jason Bissonette At-Large 2022
Catherine Brzozowski, Institutional,
Chestnut Hill Hospital
Tony Banks VP – Operations Division
Susan Bray At-Large 2023
Anne Standish, Institutional, Woodmere Art
Larry McEwen VP – Physical Division
Alexander Burns At-Large 2023
Richard Snowden, Chestnut Hill Parking
Bradley Wells VP – Social Division
Lucie Daigle At-Large 2022
Andy Kite Secretary
Michael Harding At-Large 2023
Karl Martin Treasurer
Craig Hosay At-Large 2021
Keith Kunz At-Large2021
Joyce Lenhardt At-Large 2022
Laura Lucas At-Large 2022
Jenny McHugh At-Large 2022
Hillary O'Carroll At-Large 2021
Jason Pierce At-Large 2021
Dan Pulka At-Large 2022
Lynn Schroeder At-Large 2020
Lindsey Toconita At-Large 2023
Residents, friends, and neighbors of Chestnut Hill are among the thousands who donate time and energy to help on committees and with special events.
Won’t you become one of our valued volunteers? Here are some ways you can help:Be a part of CHCA Events including our Holiday House Tour, Hoops Madness Basketball Tournament, Pastorius Park Summer Concerts, Movies Under the Stars, Chestnut Hill Community Holiday Parade, Black & White Gala and Live Auction, Circle of Tree-Tree Lighting at Woodmere Art Museum,
Meet Your Staff
We encourage you to reach out to us so we can help answer your questions about the Association.
Anne is the day to day face of the Chestnut Hill Community Association – a 70 year old civic organization, which represents approximately 10,000 residents in the 19118 zip code, a thriving business area, and cultural and educational institutions. She works collaboratively with our partner organizations to further the CHCA’s mission to improve the quality of life and encourage a sense of community in Chestnut Hill. Anne has a bachelor of arts degree in Theater from Penn State University and a Masters in Organizational Management from Antioch University. She is along time resident of Mt. Airy.
For the last two years, he has the pleasurable task of entering in our payables and receivables. In what can best be explained as a complex setup, he is also an employee of The Chestnut Hill Local doing a very similar job. He is responsible for financial reports and maintaining proper non-profit regulation standards. He coordinates our relationships with payroll and benefit vendors and keeps our employee files in order. He also produces files needed for our annual audit and helps organize this for the auditing team.
Jordan lives in Northwest Bucks County. Among his hobbies are following politics and playing in a band.
Director of Marketing and Communications
Heather is one of Chestnut Hill’s biggest fans and advocates. Her love of history, architecture, nature, and community is inspired by living and working in Chestnut Hill. As Director of Marketing and Communications, Heather's responsibilities include the CHCA's social media, website, and advertising. Heather has a degree in Women’s Studies with a minor in Game Design from Goddard College. Heather enjoys hiking, writing, reading, and watching films.
Therese is a long-time resident and champion of Chestnut Hill and its residents. Both of her daughters graduated from what was then Springside School, and she has worked and volunteered at numerous local businesses and organizations. As Membership Coordinator, she is responsible for CHCA membership administration and helps coordinate community programming and events. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Therese has extensive working with public and brings an enthusiastic spirit to her work.
Development Review Facilitator
Some of you may recall Celeste as the long-time Community Manager of CHCA. Upon leaving in 2015, she recognized that love of Chestnut Hill does not go away. She agreed to come aboard for the Physical Division and has been an extremely valuable resource and addition to the team. Her role is to stay on top of development issues effecting the community. This means engaging City leaders and residents to aide in maintaining developing appropriate to Chestnut Hill. She can be found at the DRC and LUPZ meetings, along with private meetings with key officials.
Celeste lives in neighboring Roxborough, and sits on the board of her local civic. She is also an accomplished photographer whose work as been on display at local exhibits and shows. When not serving the needs of the people of Chestnut Hill, she works with her partner Rollin Wilber in presenting classical musical concerts in the area.