The DCCA Board is governed by DCCA's bylaws and meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. If you have a question, comment or idea, please contact the appropriate member or send a message to the entire Board.
Glenn and his wife, Michelle, returned to Dupont Circle in 2012 having previously lived here in the early 1980’s. They live on Hopkins Street on the southwest side of the Circle. Glenn has enjoyed being active in a variety of nonprofits over the years where he previously lived in the Delaware area and has continued his involvement here in DC. Presently, he serves on the board of directors for Sinai House, a non-profit organization that provides transitional housing and a variety of support services to otherwise homeless families in the District of Columbia. Glenn is also active in the Washington Interfaith Network’s homelessness initiative. He is an attorney who received his law degree from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s in political science from Binghamton University. Glenn and Michelle have 3 adult children living as near as Baltimore and as far as Chicago. In his spare time, Glenn enjoys biking along the many trails the DMV has to offer. He joined DDCA in order to help its efforts to foster the vibrancy and sustainability of this diverse neighborhood and is a member of the Regulatory Committee.
Charlie’s community interests include preserving the beautiful architecture of our Dupont Circle neighborhood, pushing for progress in management of the environment, and otherwise promoting the livability and fairness of our city and our world for the generations to follow us. Charlie also likes travel, reading, music, and strolling around town when time permits. Charlie hopes, among other things, to assist in expanding DCCA’s membership and its community outreach efforts.
Lance Salonia - 2nd Vice President
Term: May 2020 - April 2021
Lance Salonia has been a DCCA member for 10 years and active in the community on historic preservation and other regulatory issues. Lance has served on the Dupont Circle Conservancy and is a current member and former Trustee of the Committee of 100 on the Federal City, where he helped lead the Vision Awards Program -- acknowledging city-wide civic contributions. He started his civic activism serving as an ANC Commissioner in Sheridan-Kalorama where he was chair for 4 out of the 5 years he served on the commission from 1997 through 2001. He moved to Dupont Circle in 2005 and is a resident of S Street. In his professional life he is an IT consultant with IBM, and holds degrees from the McIntire School of Business at the University of Virginia and an MBA from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland). Lance is the chair of DCCA's Regulatory Committee.
Susan Volman - Treasurer
Term: May 2020 - April 2021
Susan Volman moved to Washington in 1996 for a temporary job at the National Science Foundation, and rented an apartment in Castleton. In 1998, she accepted a job at the National Institutes of Health in Rockville, sold her house in Columbus, OH, where she had been on the faculty of The Ohio State University, and bought a house on the 1500 block of Corcoran Street, which she could see from her apartment window.
After becoming a Dupont Circle home owner, Susan began her community involvement with the old PSA 309, in what is now known as Borderstan. She also attended ANC meetings, and in 2005 served on a subcommittee to study whether a zoning overlay would be a better balanced approach to the periodic need to renew the 17th Street alcoholic beverage license moratorium. Although they concluded this was not a viable solution, the experience gave Susan a deeper understanding of community issues and acquaintance with a wider range of people in the community.
Susan joined DCCA in 2003 because the meeting programs, such as candidate forums, were of interest, and (she confesses) because DCCA meetings were often held in mysterious buildings that were not generally open to the public. She is still learning about the activities of the DCCA board and discovering where she can most effectively serve to maintain and improve the quality of life and opportunities for the diverse population of Dupont Circle.
Phil Carney - Board Member
Term: May 2019 - April 2022
Originally from Iowa, my first and last Army duty stations were in the DC area and I am still here. Moved to 17th Street NW in 1978, survived a co-op conversion and celebrated burning the mortgage several years ago.
My involvement with DCCA over the years has included committees for: Rat Patrol, House Tour, Trees, Tulip Project, Environment, Graffiti, Parks and the Environment and Art On Call/Historic Call Box. Have awards for fighting rats in two separate decades, a Meritorious Service to Law Enforcement for fighting graffiti and a Historic Preservation Award for the Call Box Project. I am also very close to Scoop the dog. Scoop has been in the Pride Parade for years including the six years when I had the choice of participating as a gay elected public official or as a dog and choose to participate as a dog.
City wide service includes the League of 8,000 and Solid Waste Enforcement and Education Program (SWEEP). Other community activism include: six years as a Dupont Circle ANC Commissioner, helping start Ross Elementary Christmas Tree Sale and Mother’s Day Book Drive, two versions of Friends of Stead and gardening throughout the neighborhood. Steve Auppele and I maintain the garden just east of the Circle, and I maintain a dozen or so other garden patches around our neighborhood.
Nick Manning - Board Member
Term: May 2020 - April 2023
Nick Manning has lived in Dupont since moving to the US from London in 1996. He lives near 17th and R streets NW with his husband, a local pastor and Howard University professor, their spoiled dog and, since the current pandemic, his stepson. He retired from his position as Head of Governance and Public Sector Management at the World Bank in 2013. Nick has been a member of DCCA since 2008. He cooks, gardens, walks and writes.
Rebecca moved to
Washington in 2011, following a long career in higher education
administration which spanned several states and institutions. She
currently serves as the Executive Director of the National Association
of System Heads, an association of senior leaders of the college and
university systems of public higher education in the United States. She
and her partner Jim Mashburn have lived in Dupont East for the past six
years. Rebecca is an avid gardener and was delighted to become
involved in DCCA's stewardship of the T Street Park and Freedom
Garden. She has been involved in the Reeb Voting Rights Project and the
campaign to oppose the Masonic Temple development. Rebecca and Jim
have strong roots in San Francisco and visit there often.
Tim Norman - Board Member
Term: May 2020 - April 2021
Born and raised in DC, Tim Norman works as a Drama Arts Teacher in DC and MD schools in partnership with Imagination Stage. He's an avid proponent of High-Intensity-Interval-Training (HIIT), Boxing, and Yoga and participates with a wonderful community of fellow fitness enthusiasts at the local Mint gyms. Tim previously worked as a Home Energy Inspector and for many years in the restaurant industry; these experiences have introduced him to thousands of people from all walks of life and fostered a passion for community activism. Tim and his partner moved to Swann Street 4 years ago. He's excited to serve the local community.
Tom Reiter - Board Member
Term: May 2020 - April 2023
Tom was born and raised in St Louis, Missouri before attending Georgetown University on an ROTC scholarship, where he obtained a degree in Soviet Area Studies. After graduating Tom served in the US Army in Germany and in Desert Storm. After leaving the Army, Tom attended University of Michigan Law School before moving to Moscow, where he held positions with various US management consulting, legal, and private equity firms for several years before returning to Washington, DC in 2000, when he bought a house near Dupont Circle. From 2000-2007 Tom was general counsel of a telecoms firm based in Alexandria, VA; after that company's sale Tom moved back to Moscow in 2008 for a position as senior attorney with a large Russian holding company. Tom remained in Moscow until 2016, when he moved to Berlin to help open the Russian firm's European office. Tom returned to DC in April 2018 and is currently semi-retired.