President - Adrian Moore 
Married to Karen and with a daughter Rose at the University of Puget Sound, WA, I have lived on Belmart Road for just over five years. Formerly a lawyer, I am now a High School Humanities Teacher at the McLean School, Potomac. With experience of a number of nonprofit boards and committees, on which I took on a range of roles, I have always looked to give back to my community in some way or other. Committed to the area and to the continuing success of Potomac Falls as a premier residential neighborhood, I aim to use my time on the Board to work with my neighbors and friends thoughtfully and effectively to serve this community.  
Vice President - Jane Caldeira
My husband Steve and I moved to Brickyard Road in December of 2011 with our two children Madeleine, now a junior at Elon University, and Alexander, a current freshman at Dickinson College. We moved to this area from Wellesley Massachusetts, and after renting a home in River Falls for 18 months, we were thrilled to find our “forever home” in Potomac Falls.  We love the friendly community, the peaceful surroundings and the beautiful landscape. I am excited to do my part to support this special neighborhood, help to maintain its beauty and connect with all of our wonderful neighbors.
I currently serve as the Communications Manager at the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance where I develop written materials to help increase awareness of the value of diversity, inclusion, and flexible working initiatives. I have also served as the National Director of Communications for the American Diabetes Association and was Senior Account Executive at the E. Bruce Harrison Company, A Division of the international public relations agency Ruder Finn, among other positions. I am the former Administrator of the Parents Council of Washington, a former member of the Bullis School Parents Association Board and a current member of the Elon University Parents Council. 
Secretary - Benita Stokes
My husband, Todd, and two children, Carson and Kaitlin, moved into Potomac Falls almost 5 years ago. We drove through this neighborhood for many years and were fortunate to find the right house for our family on Stanmore Drive. We feel so fortunate to be a part of this neighborhood. We enjoy being close to many things while feeling like we are in our own oasis. I walk or run this neighborhood almost every day. I appreciate the friendliness of everyone I pass along the way. I want to join the board to continue our social activities and the initiatives that make this beautiful neighborhood. I offer my experiences in the professional services industry and volunteer positions at our church and children's school to serve the board and our neighborhood. I pride myself on getting things done and saying yes to help others. I want to do my part to make sure our neighborhood remains a place we are proud to call home. I appreciate all the board has done and continues to do to make this neighborhood the place to be.
Treasurer - April Taylor
My husband Josh Spencer and I moved to Potomac Falls with our boys Sam and Ben in 2014.  My husband and I had lived in Potomac since 2004 and had always admired the natural beauty of this neighborhood and hoped to one day have a home here.  When we realized our growing boys needed more space to play and roam both indoors and outdoors, Potomac Falls was one of the first places we looked.  We were immediately drawn to this unique neighborhood, which provides ample space and beautiful landscapes as well as a warm community feel. I work at a middle-market investment bank headquartered in Northern Virginia but have the good fortune to work from a home office, so I spend much of my professional and personal time in the neighborhood.  I would be excited to support Potomac Falls and help ensure it continues to be a special place to call home.   
Jon Bloom
Jennifer Hirshon 
Jennifer Hirshon is a Senior Director at Dezenhall Resources, a crisis management PR firm in Washington, D.C. where she delivers strategic counsel to clients and Dezenhall management regarding the online landscape, technologies, and creative opportunities. She joined the PFHA board to be active in the neighborhood by leveraging her qualifications with the core programs that the Board is tasked with: Appearance, Communications, Security, and Social. Giving back to her community is essential as well as extremely rewarding as she works alongside very creative and talented people who share a like-minded mission, to keep our neighborhood great and a place you’ve always wanted to live.
Shaun Gill 
My wife Debra and I, along with our two sons Henry and Owen, have lived in Potomac Falls since 2013.  Although I am originally a native of the Potomac area, we spent seventeen years living in Seattle, Washington before moving back to Maryland.  We chose Potomac Falls as our new home for a variety of reasons, including the neighborhood’s beautiful setting and natural surroundings which reminded us of the environs that we left behind in Seattle.  I am a practicing attorney with my own law firm and spend much of my professional and personal time here in Potomac Falls looking out into our beautiful neighborhood from my home office.  I joined the PFHA board in 2017 and have enjoyed the opportunity to work and collaborate with many of our neighbors in order to help manage and address the myriad issues affecting Potomac Falls for which PFHA is responsible.  I look forward to serving on the PFHA board for another term in order to help continue PFHA’s important work to make our neighborhood a wonderful place to live and call home.
Billy Reyes
My association with Potomac Falls began in 1982 when my family moved from Bethesda to the house on Alloway Drive where my father still resides. I grew up, moved away and started a family but seized the opportunity to return to my roots when my wife Annie and I purchased a house on Alloway Drive, right up the street from my Dad. We are the proud parents of 4 year old Virginia. I am an attorney working in Washington and some of my interests are local history, sports, reading and politics.
Harry Sporidis
My wife Christy and I moved to Potomac Falls in 2016 with our daughter and two sons. I am no stranger to Potomac though. I moved to the area with my parents and sister in 1976 when Democracy Blvd was Kentsdale Rd, and the Sisters of Mercy owned all the land that is now the Bolger Center. As a kid with several friends who lived in Potomac Falls, I always thought this neighborhood was the prettiest in Potomac. I feel very fortunate to be able to raise my kids here and be a part of such a special community. I am honored to serve on the board and help in any way needed. I work as a lobbyist at Polsinelli PC, in Washington, DC. Although I am not an attorney, I work in the Public Policy Group of the firm where I have a thriving practice of clients from the healthcare, medical device, pharmaceutical, tech and energy industries. I started my career as a staffer on Capitol Hill in the early 90s where I worked for several Members of Congress before going into private practice. I would welcome the opportunity to work alongside my neighbors to keep our neighborhood a special place.
Wendy Strongin
My husband, Elliott, and I moved to our home on Pleasant Hill Drive from New Jersey 22 years ago when our daughter Carly was 2 years old. Elliott is from Bethesda, and we wanted to move back to the area and were drawn to the space, serenity, and sense of community of Potomac Falls. We especially love the feeling of being close to nature here (we have a fox family in our back yard), the many wonderful neighbors we've gotten to know, as well as all the social events. I am a retired physician, and Elliott's background is in business. We co-founded a company that developed the first home HIV test in the 1990's - later acquired by Johnson & Johnson. When the Covid epidemic hit, we formed a new company and are currently working to develop a home Covid test, which we hope will contribute to helping everyone get back to their normal lives. In this time of social distancing, I feel that it's more important than ever to connect through the community, and I'm happy to contribute in whatever way I can by serving on the board.
Chuck Wilson
I have been a resident for 11 years in the community I have come to love.  I reside at 8777 Belmart Rd with Cynthia, my niece and two Chihuahuas (Charlie and Jerry).  I have been licensed in real estate sales for the past 36 years.  
  • Owner of 2 RE/MAX agencies for the past 20 years. 
  • Property management of commercial and residential real estate for the past 28 years.  ​​​​​​GCAAR Grievance committee 3 years
  • GCAAR Professional Standards Committee 3 Years
  • Vice-President of the Palisades Association Kensington Maryland 1991-2001 
  • Vice-President of Franklin Park Commercial Park Rockville, Maryland 1992-2000 
  • President Franklin Park Condo Association Rockville, Maryland 1994-2016 
  • President Jackson Place Condo Association Rockville Maryland 1994-present 
  • Committee on Changing the Rules and By-laws for the Brigadoon in Juno Beach, Florida 
  • Committee Chairman to remodel the pool and pool house at the Brigadoon in Juno Beach Florida 
  • Committee to review and change the Reserve plan for the Brigadoon in Juno Beach, Florida. I have successfully reduced Annual cost and maintaining or moderately increasing Condo and homeowner fees while improving the services provided during all of my board appointments. Success in Budget and Reserve Planning Experienced in the maintenance and installation of the following: Landscape and landscape contracts 
I would like to continue being a part of the PFHA community Board and offer my knowledge and experiences to help keep our neighborhood beautiful and well run.