Reston Citizens Association (RCA) today announced the appointment of two new directors and reappointment of three sitting directors. The two directors joining the RCA board for the first time are Lynne Mulston from Town Center/Lake Anne/Tall Oaks district and Geoff Lewis as an At-Large director.
The terms of three sitting At-Large directors, Annmarie Swope, Nick Georgas and Yavuz Inanli, were ended in June 2015 and they were re-appointed to a new three-year term.
Lynne is the Founder and Principal at MS Associates in Reston, a consulting firm that specializes in marketing and strategic alliances. She has been a resident of Reston since 1986 and her record of service and advocacy extends across professional, environmental, and social causes. Lynne is a long-term care ombudsman of Fairfax County assigned to Tall Oaks Assisted Living facility. Among others, she is also a webmaster at American Association of University Women, Reston/Herndon Chapter, co-lead, “One Girl at a Time Program" mentorship at Forest Edge Elementary School in Reston, and coach for girls’ golf at South Lakes High School.
Geoff is an architect with DBI Architects in the metro DC area, and a new resident of Reston Town Center. His passion for high-quality buildings and public spaces began many years ago. Geoff is also engaged in Initiative for Public Art - Reston (IPAR), Greater Reston Arts Center, and is a Reston Runners board member.
The RCA board also elected its officers for the year 2015-16. Sridhar Ganesan, who represents Reston’s North Point District, was re-elected as President and John Hanley, Hunters Woods District director, was re-elected as RCA’s Vice President. Joe Leighton, South Lakes District, was re-elected as Treasurer and Nick Georgas as Secretary.
More information on the RCA directors and their backgrounds can be found on RCA’s website, www.rcareston.com.