Friends of White Flint is dedicated to implementing the White Flint 1 Sector Plan as approved by the Montgomery County Council and overwhelmingly supported by the community. We are also committed to working with the County and community on creating the White Flint 2 Sector Plan. We represent a broad diversity of backgrounds and interests; residents, businesses, and property owners all participate in Friends of White Flint.
Friends of White Flint advocates for the walkable, bikeable, sustainable, transit-friendly community we need. We educate the community about how smart growth design provides the lifestyles we want. We make sure that everyone in our community is up-to-date about the latest Pike District news. Building consensus and working together, residents, property owners, community groups, government officials, businesses, and homeowner associations can ensure the Pike District fulfills the promises of the White Flint Sector Plan.
But we can’t do it without you. Please join the Friends of White Flint by clicking here. Your participation is vital.
Membership in Friends of White Flint is open to any person interested in building the new White Flint/Pike District. Residence in the Pike District area is not required, though only residents or organizations in the White Flint area are eligible for membership in certain membership classes. Friends of White Flint has four classes of membership: Residents and Community Organizations, Business, Property Owner/Developer, and Associate.
Our Board of Directors
Just as the Friends of White Flint membership is comprised of three categories of stakeholders, so is our Board of Directors. Our current Board of Directors is as follows:
Eric Grosse (Chair)
Eleanor Park-Choi Arnold
Bill Carey, Strathmore
Howard Feldman, Agent, State Farm Insurance Companies (Chair)
Galia Steinbach, Realtor (Treasurer)
Lee Greenberg, Izes Deli and Bagelry
Tim Dugan, Shulman Rogers
Sigurd Neubauer, All Eyes on Rockville
Property Owner/Developer Representatives
Jay Corbalis, Federal Realty Investment Trust (Secretary)
Brian Downie, Saul Centers (Chair)
Rob Eisinger, ProMARK Realty
Kristi Smith, JBG Companies
Francine Waters, Lerner Companies
Eddie Meder, Gables Pike District
Amy Ginsburg is the Executive Director of Friends of White Flint. Amy, who has lived within two miles of White Flint for most of her life, possesses three decades of pragmatic experience in advocacy, nonprofit management, marketing, and fundraising. She previously served as the Executive Director of Neediest Kids, Executive Director of Manna Food Center, and Executive Director of the Low Vision Information Center. Amy has also been the Director of Development and Director of Marketing for a wide variety of nonprofit organizations. Amy is part of the Leadership Montgomery Class of 2010 and was formerly the President of her HOA. She graduated with a B.A. in Public Relations and Psychology from Syracuse University and an M.A. in Nonprofit Management from the University of Maryland University College. You can reach Amy at email@example.com.