The Fan District Association

Thanks to our Board for their continuing volunteerism, servanthood, and efforts to make the Fan District the best it can be!

Officers and Directors

Officers

A recent newcomer to the Fan via Dallas, Texas, Katherine is a native Richmonder who has spent most of her life in Virginia.
Katherine Jordan
President
president@fandistrict.org                            
Tim and wife, Alison, have lived on West Ave for 17 years, along with two sons, with whom they have spent countless hours at Lombardy Park and walking through the Fan. Tim has served as General Counsel to the Henrico Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program, was the Secretary, Vice Mayor and Mayor of the West Avenue Improvement Association, and is the President of the Fishing Bay Trace Home Owners’ Association. As an attorney with the law firm of Cook, Heyward, Lee, Hopper & Feehan, he represents individuals and professionals with business, employment, and commercial real estate matters. By some standards his tenure as a Fan resident is short; by others he’s an old hand. But what he hopes he shares with all who choose to make the Fan their home is a reverence for the rich traditions and architecture of the area, the gratefulness of being able to live within such a diverse neighborhood, and the opportunities that the future holds for the Fan.
Tim Feehan
Vice President
vicepres@fandistrict.org
Works at United Way where she is leads an open data strategy across the Richmond metropolitan public-school system to help measure progress and to promote education equity. Active in the Richmond community, Tessa uses data to tell a community's story and to inform decision-makers on community needs. She prefers the Fan in Richmond because of its unique historic feel, its access to green space, and its friendly neighborliness. She's a regular at Strawberry Market, Scuffletown Park and Red Cap Patisserie and often found porch-sitting on W Grace St with her Wheaten Terrier and housemate, Matthew Stanley.
Tessa McKenzie
Secretary
secretary@fandistrict.org
Raised in the neighborhood, Everett played and hung out on the median of Monument Avenue before it was cool. Everett is a VP at Davenport & Company and active in the community. He is a member of Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church where he served as its Clerk of Session for several years and is currently its Treasurer. Everett is also a member of Westminster Canterbury’s corporate board, as well as the Boards of the Historic Polegreen Church Foundation and Church Hill Activities & Tutoring (CHAT). He’s greatly involved in helping our historic neighborhood continue to flourish.
Everett Reveley
Treasurer
treasurer@fandistrict.org                    


Directors & Liaisons

A Richmond native who moved to the Fan in 2015. Currently a graphic and web designer at her own company. She is passionate about equality in education and giving back to the community through service projects and currently serves as Communications Chair for Fox PTA.
Shelley Worsham
Chair, Communications
news@fandistrict.org                             

  Heather and her husband, David, moved to the Fan from Boston as renters in 2008 when their daughters were attending Virginia colleges. After 6 months, they knew they loved the Fan and found a permanent home on Grove Ave. Working at the gorgeous Ruth & Ollie store in Carytown allows Heather to indulge her passion for interior design. Co-chairing and Chairing the FDA Holiday House Tour the past three years has influenced Heather to learn and do more for the neighborhood. As a Board member she continues to find new ways to reach people who still don’t know about the FDA and all the wonderful things it does in this great neighborhood.
Heather McQuillin
Chair, Holiday House Tour           
hht@fandistrict.org

Fanfare, fanfare@fandistrict.org  

A Richmond native who moved back in 2008 after long stints in Charlotte and Manhattan. Active volunteer in the Fan Woman’s Club and the FDA, served as Membership Chair for both, House Captain twice for Holiday House Tour, co-chaired Tour volunteers 4 years, and other committees. Through her neighborhood connections, she is also now working in sales for Atrium, a neighbor owned company.
Shannan Hillier
Chair, Membership
FDA Website
membership@fandistrict.org

Former FDA President, member of the Monroe Park Conservancy. Wide–ranging interests, including safety, VCU, and strategic planning.
Matthew Stanley
Chair, Safety
VCU Liaison
safety@fandistrict.org

A lifelong resident of the Richmond area where he worked for forty years in higher education. Bill rented in the Fan as during and after college in the 60s until 1974 when he bought his first home in the 1400 block of Grove Ave, and later began purchasing other Fan properties that he maintains at a very high standard. He visits his properties daily and strives to maintain his properties as if he were living in them. A member of the former Lower Fan Association, active member of the RPI Alumni Board, member of the Southampton Civic Association, and has been a member of the FDA for decades where he’s served 8 yrs on the FDA Zoning and ABC Enforcement Committee. As a member of the Board, Bill strives to maintain the quality of Fan living, protect property values, and raise the bar by bringing landlords and neglectful property owners to the table.
Bill Beville
Chair, Code Enforcement and Zoning
zoning@fandistrict.org

A retired elementary teacher from Hanover County Schools after a 34-yr career, Robin met her husband Gary in the Fan over 35 years ago where each had chosen to live because they admired the architecture and ambiance of the wonderful neighborhood. They eventually moved to Monument Ave while continuing to buy investment duplexes throughout the Fan, putting in the hours as a labor of love, restoring these beautiful old buildings back to life. They rent to young professionals who are contributing members of the neighborhood. Robin has served on the MAPS, Historic Monument Avenue, and FDA Boards. She and Gary chaired the Centennial Celebration that closed Monument Avenue for a mile-long croquet festival. They are members of the Richmond Apartment Association, which strives to raise the level of apartment living throughout the City. She continues to bring her perspective as a responsible landlord to the Board and serve the neighborhood in any way she can.
Robyn Tyer
Parking Liaison
parking@fandistrict.org

Originally from Kentucky, Mary and her husband, Michael, have been Fan residents since 1982. Mary’s working career was spent as a public servant, retiring from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mary is an active volunteer with the American Red Cross, Retreat Hospital’s Board of Women’s Health, the FDA, and the Fan Woman’s Club. Because of the unique Fan community and the wonderful friends she’s made here, she can’t imagine living anywhere else.
Mary Davis-Barton
C0-chair, Grants
grants@fandistrict.org

Tim and wife, Alison, have lived on West Ave for 17 years, along with two sons, with whom they have spent countless hours at Lombardy Park and walking through the Fan. Tim has served as General Counsel to the Henrico Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program, was the Secretary, Vice Mayor and Mayor of the West Avenue Improvement Association, and is the President of the Fishing Bay Trace Home Owners’ Association. As an attorney with the law firm of Cook, Heyward, Lee, Hopper & Feehan, he represents individuals and professionals with business, employment, and commercial real estate matters. By some standards his tenure as a Fan resident is short; by others he’s an old hand. But what he hopes he shares with all who choose to make the Fan their home is a reverence for the rich traditions and architecture of the area, the gratefulness of being able to live within such a diverse neighborhood, and the opportunities that the future holds for the Fan.
Tim Feehan
Chair,
Historic Preservation

historic@fandistrict.org

 

 
 Jerry Beverage
Chair, Parks & Trees 
parks@fandistrict.org 
 

 

Board Meetings

Date: The Board meets on the Monday before the first Wednesday of each month, although this schedule may vary. See the FDA calendar.

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: FDA Office at 208 North Strawberry Street

Contact the FDA President to arrange a presentation before the Board. Presentations are limited to 7 minutes.

Governing Documents

FDA By-laws, updated May 2016

FDA Articles of Incorporation, updated May 2016

 

Finance

The FDA’s financial operations are governed by the Association’s Fiscal Governance Policies, that include a conflict of interest policy and whistleblower policy.

IRS Form 990s are available for download:

Board members must submit an Invoice Payment and Expense Reimbursement Request Form for all FDA purchases and reimbursement requests. 



The Fan District Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 208 Strawberry Street, Richmond, VA 23220

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