2018 Annual Meeting Community Awards and Elections

Tuesday, May 22, 2018


Dumbarton House, 2715 Q Street NW


Tuesday, May 22nd

New member reception, 6:30 pm

Reception, 7 pm Program, 7:30 pm

Meet the Proposed Board and Officers


Please join CAG for our 2018 Annual Meeting

Community Awards and Elections

CAG’s Annual meeting will include a presentation of CAG’s prestigious awards to outstanding community leaders for 2017. The reception and annual meeting will be hosted at Dumbarton House, 2715 Q Street. And the meeting will include a special reception at 6 pm for new members of CAG, a presentation of CAG’s prestigious awards to outstanding community leaders, and the election of CAG officers and directors for 2018-2019.

The slate is Pamla Moore, President; Cheryl Gray, Vice President; Tara Sakraida Parker, Secretary; Jerry Libin, Treasurer, and elected directors Jennifer Romm, Jennie Buehler, Florence Auld, John Rentzepis. The CAG Treasurer will report on the financial condition of the organization.

Please join us to welcome new members and honor people in our community who have made Georgetown a better place. 


Pamla Moore - President

Pamla Moore has lived in Georgetown on Dumbarton Street since 1992. She is a current member of the CAG Board of Directors. Since 2015 she has chaired the Board of Georgetown Heritage, the non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing the 1-mile stretch of the C & O Canal National Park that flows through Georgetown. Pam came to Washington in 1989 to direct the Peace Corps Office of Private Sector Relations. Leaving the Peace Corps, she was founder and president of The P. H. Prochnow group with offices at 1010 Wisconsin Avenue.

While living in Georgetown she took an interest in the rehabilitation of Rose Park and was a founder and president of Friends of Rose Park for ten years. During that time she joined the Citizens Association of Georgetown, moving on to chairing the Historic Preservation & Zoning committee. Later she served as CAG president for two years. She is married to Powell A. Moore. Between them, they have four children and seven grandchildren. When a change of pace calls, she heads to Vail, Colorado.

Cheryl Gray - Vice President

Cheryl has lived in the Washington DC area since 1984 and in Georgetown since 2010, first on Olive St. and currently on 35th St. She has been active in CAG’s Historic Preservation Committee and has served as a block captain since moving to Georgetown. She worked as an economist and manager at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank for 32 years before retiring end-March 2018. She is married to Dale Gray and has three grown children.

Tara Sakraida Parker - Secretary

Tara Sakraida Parker is an experienced real estate attorney, professional gift planner and successful nonprofit fundraiser living in Washington, D.C. For nearly a decade, Tara handled sophisticated real estate finance and land use regulatory issues as a transactional attorney. Before moving to DC, Tara served as Director of Gift Planning and Director of Major Gifts at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where she helped solicit and close of one of the largest gifts to the UCLA College of Letters and Science. Tara serves as a philanthropic advisor and Board member for several nonprofit organizations, including for Johns Hopkins’ new Adult Primary Immunodeficiency Center of Excellence.

Jerry Libin - Treasurer

Jerry Libin is a long-time Georgetown resident who has been involved in a number of community activities. Jerry recently served as a Trustee and Treasurer of Tudor Place, and is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of WETA. He is a tax lawyer with the global firm of Eversheds Sutherland. Jerry and his wife June live on P Street in the East Village.

Jennifer Romm- Director

Jennifer, raised in the Washington DC area and graduated from Georgetown University. Currently, she is an event planner at the Library of Congress. She is a former president of CAG and currently is a co-chair of the CAG Development Committee and the Alcohol Beverage Control Committee. She is the CAG representative on the Steering Committee of the Georgetown Community Partnership. A Georgetown resident for over 30 years, she and husband David Romm, live at 3303 Water Street.

Jennie Buehler - Director

Jennie Buehler has lived in Georgetown since 2010. She first came to Georgetown to earn her Master's Degree in Exhibition Design from the Corcoran College of Art + Design. She has served on the CAG Georgetown Gala Committee and the Arts Committee. In addition, she previously worked for CAG serving as a Program Manager responsible for public safety and a liaison for all other committees. Today she is the Gallery Director at DTR Modern Gallery on Pennsylvania Avenue and lives on Q street. While Jennie maintains a vast understanding of both the gallery and museum worlds, she has a great appreciation for her neighborhood and being an active member of her community.

Florence Auld - Director

Florence Auld has resided in Georgetown for twenty years. During this time she has been an active participant in the Community serving as a Block Captain as well as on the Gala Committee. Over the past year, she has had the privilege of being on the Citizen’s Association of Georgetown’s Board chairing the Membership Committee. For the past twenty-five years, Ms. Auld was the President and owner of The Women’s Club Fitness Center and Day Spa located in Chantilly, Va. The Club has over 1,300 members and has been recognized by Industry experts as one of the most successful single operated Clubs in the Industry. Ms. Auld has been called upon to present to industry professionals on sales and marketing as well as building customer loyalty. She recently sold her business and is now exploring other business opportunities within the Industry. She is married to Frank Marshall who is also very involved in the Community.

John Retzepis - Director

John has lived in Georgetown since 2000 and has been Co-Chair of the Public Safety Committee since 2014. For many years, he has been involved with Friends of Book Hill Park serving as a volunteer and board member. He works in alternative investments and resides on P Street with his wife and two daughters.

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