The FCA Executive Board consists of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and five directors. Board Members are elected at the Annual Meeting in December and hold office for a term of one year or until their successors are elected.
President: Guy Land
Originally from Mississippi, Guy Land has lived in Fairlington for more than three decades. His work in the community includes 13 years as president of the Fairlington Villages condo association. Guy indulges his love of amateur photography by capturing images of Fairlingtonians enjoying their community. Email Guy: president at fca-fairlington.org.
Vice President: Chris Weathers
Chris Weathers and his wife, Sheri, moved to Northern Virginia in 2000 and have lived in Fairlington Villages since 2006. They have three children and participate in several community events and organizations. Chris is a Realtor in Northern Virginia and DC. In his free time, Chris is an avid ultimate frisbee player and dearly loves pulling for his Florida Gators. Email Chris: vp at fca-fairlington.org.
Secretary: Evan Harvey
Evan Harvey and his wife, Kelly, and their two kids – Auden and Wyatt – are longtime owner/residents in Fairlington Villages. Evan manages corporate sustainability (environmental, social, and governance strategy) for the Nasdaq Stock Market, based in the Washington DC office. He has also written on sustainability and corporate social responsibility for a number of media outlets. Evan moved from Texas to the D.C. area almost 20 years ago. Email Evan: secretary at fca-fairlington.org.
Treasurer: Ed Hilz
Ed Hilz, a Fairlington resident since 1975, has served on the FCA Board as vice president, treasurer, and director. He is the Fairlington-Shirlington Neighborhood Conservation Representative to the Arlington County Neighborhood Conservation Advisory Committee and serves on the Arlington County Neighborhood Traffic Calming Committee and the Urban Forestry Commission. Email Ed: treasurer at fca-fairlington.org.
Director: Hugh Baumgardner
Hugh Baumgardner, a Fairlington resident since 1982, has served on the FCA Board as president, vice president, and director. He has also served on the Fairlington Commons condo board and was a member of the Arlington County Site Plan Review Committee for the redevelopment of the Village at Shirlington.
Director: Jen Davies
Jennifer Davies is very excited to be on the FCA Board. A 13-year Fairlington resident, she has been active in the neighborhood for many years. Jennifer served on the pool committee of the Fairlington Villages Condominium Association and most recently acted as co-President of the Abingdon PTA for two years. She is a strong believer in community engagement and has seen the benefits of local advocacy, especially the renovation and expansion of Abingdon. Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Jennifer moved to the D.C. area to pursue graduate studies at Georgetown University. She is married to Edward Beck and mother to two active seven- and ten-year-olds. Jennifer currently works as a Program Manager for an academic cultural travel company in Washington.
Director: Kent Duffy
Kent Duffy, a resident of Fairlington Meadows since 2000, is an airport planner for the FAA. In his spare time, he enjoys sailing and DIY home improvement. Kent is a native of Pittsburgh and a dedicated Steelers fan—but also loves Caps hockey.
Rebecca Sayres and her husband, Brian, have been residents of the Fairlington Mews since 2014. Rebecca specializes in Industrial Security and holds a Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security, as well as a variety of certifications by the Defense Security Service and FEMA. Rebecca is a regular contributor to the All Fairlington Bulletin. In her spare time, she is an avid runner, traveler, and animal lover.
Director: Lindsay Willmann
Lindsay Willmann moved to Fairlington Villages in 2015. She is a middle school science teacher with Alexandria City Public Schools. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, she and her husband Matt have lived in a variety of states since the start of his career in the U.S. Navy. They are happy to now call the D.C. area home though they remain dedicated fans of the Ohio State Buckeyes.