Jeremy Hancock – President
Jeremy lives on Lexington Road with his wife, Adrienne, and daughter, Elizabeth. They have been residents of the neighborhood since 2015. Jeremy works in government relations at both the state and federal level and specializes in financial service policy. Jeremy is committed to a transparent and inclusive association that celebrates the best part about Falls Hill, our neighbors. He wants to work on improving communication about state and local developments that impact our neighborhood, expanding social events, and building an association that is able to use our collective voices to address neighborhood challenges.
Frank Oelschlager – Vice President
Frank Oelschlager is a Northern Virginia native and has lived with his partner Stephanie Alexander on Venice Street since 2017. After a career as a serial entrepreneur, Frank is a now a partner in a management/technology consulting firm called Ten Mile Square Technologies that helps clients across industries bring new products, capabilities, and solutions to market. He volunteered to serve the Falls Hill community because he believes in being an active part of his community and giving back/paying it forward. Though Frank and Stephanie have not lived here long (yet), we absolutely love this neighborhood and the people we have met, and so he hopes to serve the needs of our community with a goal of helping make it an even better place to live.
Nik Karnik – Treasurer
Nik, along with his wife Amy and two kids Mira and Devin, lives on Venice St. and has been a proud Falls Hills resident since 2014. Nik works in Strategy, Mergers and Acquisition for a Homeland Security equipment manufacturer to the US and international partners. He is excited for the opportunity to serve our community and provide an open channel between our neighbors and the surrounding community.
Rebecca Makar – Director, Traffic and Safety
Rebecca lives on Chestnut Street with her husband Steve Andreadis. She has been a Falls Hill resident since 2015. Rebecca is a senior analyst at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), focusing on environmental and science issues. Her goals in volunteering for the Board are to leverage our neighborhood resources to address challenges our neighbors are facing and to help the community prepare for the changes that are coming to our surrounding area with new developments in Falls Church City.
George Hogeman and his wife Geri and their two children, Ted and Ellie, first moved to Pinecastle Road in 1996 and have always loved living here. They rented their house 1999-2006 when they lived in Taipei and Shanghai while George worked for the Department of State. George hopes to build the relationship between Falls Hills residents and our local government representatives with a particular emphasis on the implications of growth and development in the greater northern Virginia environment. We can work together to understand what developments are planned and make sure our voices are heard. He hopes to take a long-term view on the challenges we face including traffic, pedestrian safety, and recycling.
Derek Jones and his wife, Allie, moved to Falls Hill at the end of 2018. They have been busy gradually readying their fixer-upper on Pinecastle to welcome their first son, Dean, in October of 2019. Derek is from a small town near Frederick, MD and was raised understanding the importance of a strong community. He attended Virginia Tech and currently works in experiential marketing for Audi of America managing product launch and brand experiences across the US. He is honored to be serving on the board and is looking forward to encouraging the development of relationships among neighbors, helping our community stay updated on and have a voice in local developments, and assisting in the tackling of any challenges we may face as a neighborhood.
Alice and her husband, Paul have lived on Gordons Road since 2009. She is retired from the Statistics Department of the International Monetary Fund. Her interests include addressing local traffic issues and keeping the neighborhood welcoming, safe, and inclusive.