Friends of White Flint Seeks New Executive Director

Friends of White Flint, a nonprofit community organization, is seeking an executive director to take the place of Lindsay Hoffman who is leaving the helm of the organization in December.friends of white flint

Hoffman has served as the executive director for the past two years.

You an access the job description and qualifications for the part-time post here. Interested applicants have until Nov. 6 to apply

Friends of White Flint started in September 2007 by Barnaby Zall, a tax lawyer with an office in White Flint. Friends of White Flint is an independent, non-profit organization, and has no connection to any government entity, according to the organization’s website.

Friends of White Flint is dedicated to implementing the White Flint Sector Plan as approved by the Montgomery County Council and overwhelmingly supported by the community. The group includes a┬ádiversity of backgrounds and interests. Representatives of residential communities, business interests and landowners all participate in Friends of White Flint. Members include the largest employers and businesses, homeowners and residential community organizations, and landowners and developers in the White Flint area, but we value all our members equally, according to the organization’s website. The Board of Directors is elected by the membership and most have been involved with developing the Sector Plan.

Membership in Friends of White Flint is open to any person interested in building the new White Flint. Residence in the White Flint area is not required, though only residents or organizations in the White Flint area are eligible for membership in certain membership classes.

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Krista Brick

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Krista Brick is a multi-media journalist with Montgomery Community Media.


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