Meet Our Commissioners and Panel Chairs
 

The County Executive appoints the 15 volunteer members of the Commission, subject to confirmation by the Council. Commissioners may serve up to two consecutive 3-year terms. Officers are elected annually.

Eight members should be unit or lot owners or residents of self-managed or professionally- managed common ownership communities.

Seven members should be persons in professions associated with common ownership communities such as community management, housing or real estate development or sales, or attorneys who represent community associations, developers, housing management, or tenants.

If a hearing is scheduled to decide a dispute, the Chair of the CCOC must convene a 3-member panel. Two members of the panel must be Commissioners, each representing “owners” and “professionals”. The third member of the panel, the Panel Chair, is a volunteer arbitrator trained or experienced in common ownership community issues, ideally holding a law degree.

Professionals


Gardner, David

Gardner, David

Gelfound, Staci

Gelfound, Staci

Malamud, Leonard

Malamud, Leonard

Perper, Donald

Perper, Donald

Steinbach, Galia

Steinbach, Galia

Winegar, Aimee

Winegar, Aimee

Young, Gordon

Young, Gordon

 

Lot/Unit Owners or Residents


Burrows, Michael

Burrows, Michael

Ethier, Marietta

Ethier, Marietta

Fine, Mark

Fine, Mark

Fishbein, Rand

Fishbein, Rand

Giza, Philip

Giza, Philip

Myo Khin, Peter

Myo Khin, Peter

Smith, John

Smith, John

Viney, Kathleen

Viney, Kathleen

Panel Chairs


Birchman, Bruce

Birchman, Bruce

Browder, Rachel

Browder, Rachel

Fellner, Brian

Fellner, Brian

Fleischer, Charles

Fleischer, Charles

Stanton, Sarah

Stanton, Sarah

Stevens, Dinah

Stevens, Dinah

Tajammul, Shuaa

Tajammul, Shuaa