Jandi has been a Speech & Language Pathologist for the Region One School district for twenty-three years.
Raised in Goshen, her family has been in the Northwest corner for 90 years, and Jandi has lived in Falls Village for the past fifteen. Jandi is a founding member of the FVHT, She also is founding voice actor of the Nutmeg Junction Radio program. She can often found lifeguarding at the Geer Y in North Canaan.
Tracy is a native of Falls Village with 40-years of experience managing agricultural and economic development programs for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Save the Children, and the International Voluntary Services. He lived and worked for 30-years in several countries in Southeast Asia, Central Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
Tracy has served on the Board of Habitat for Humanity for nine years, five as President. The FVHT is fortunate to have a founding member with his experience with and commitment to affordable housing.
Martha has worked in the field of tax law for over 41-years and established Miller Tax Law, LLC in Limerock, CT in 1993. She has helped hundreds of local businesses, non-profits and residents with tax matters and is a valuable resource to our rural community.
Martha is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law and is admitted to practice in the states of Connecticut and New York, and before the U.S Tax Court.
Felicia and her family have lived in Falls Village since 2005. She is currently the Economic Development Director for the Town of Canaan (Falls Village).
Previously Felicia was a Project Coordinator Consultant for the Northwest Hills Council of Governments and worked for 15-years in NYC and Silicon Valley with start up biotech companies.
Felicia has a B.S. in Public Health Education & Marketing, and has completed various Certifications in Community Economic Development. She is a founding member of the FVHT, a Board member of the Foundation for Community Health, and is a Falls Village Wetland Commissioner.
David holds a B.A. from Notre Dame and a J.D. from St. John University. He is the Loan Review and Appraisal Officer with Salisbury Bank.
Prior to joining the bank, David spent twenty years in Corporate and Municipal Finance at Kidder Peabody, USB Securities and Paine Webber. Before that he was a staff attorney with the Tennessee Valley Authority.
David, his wife and three children lived in Sharon and Salisbury, CT before moving to Falls Village in 2017.
Allen and his wife lived in Falls Village for 28-years while they raised two sons.
Allen served as both member and Chair of the Lee H. Kellogg School Board and of the Region One Board of Education as well as a member of the Falls Village Planning and Zoning Commission.
Since 2006 the Cockerlines have lived on and operated Whippoorwill Farm in Salisbury, and Allen serves on Salisbury’s P&Z. They own a home in the Falls Village center that is currently being renovated.
Eric was raised in Rhode Island and spent 21-years in the military. He retired as a Major in the Army and was the Commander of various units deployed overseas. He has a bachelor’s degree in business.
Eric is the new co-owner and operator of the Falls Village Saw Mill. It is thrilling to see this business thriving again in town.
He is married to a native Falls Villager and they recently became parents to a baby boy.
Jason grew up in rural Iowa and has lived in Washington D.C., New York City, Los Angeles and now Falls Village. He and his wife thoughtfully selected Falls Village for their "forever home" to raise their two children.
His father is a general contractor who provided Jason with hands on experience building homes in the Midwest.
Jason is an artist and has worked for a large International shipping logistics company for the last 14 years, currently holding the position of Director of Business Development and Marketing.
Phillip has worked in the nonprofit sector for 20 -years. As Deputy Director of Scholarship Programs at the Open Society Foundation he designs and runs scholarship programs for individuals from repressive environments who are eager to improve their home communities but lack educational and professional opportunities that might help them.
Phillip grew up in Texas, where his family had a dairy farm in a small rural community. He and his husband were introduced to the charms of Falls Village while visiting friends and moved here in early 2017.
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