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2023 BOard Members

The board is made up of volunteers who serve two year terms. Board meetings are open to SHHA members and generally meets on the First Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Community Center (1317 Butterfield Rd.).

Current Board Members

  • President – Gina Singleton

Originally from Indiana, Gina Singleton moved to Sleepy Hollow in 2012.  Her husband Matt has been a resident since 1978 and wanted to return to raise their two girls Zoe (11) and Reese (10).   Gina has had the honor of serving on the board as secretary, vice-president and currently president.  She also sits on the board of the Sleepy Hollow Charitable Foundation.  In addition, she has been very passionate about safety and has been on the Butterfield Safe Streets Committee for 4 years.  She is one of many collaborators of this long-standing group of equally passionate people who together, have achieved the addition of a bike lane extended into the unincorporated side of Butterfield and a future cross walk at Irving and Butterfield.  Outside of her community volunteerism here in the Hollow, making an impact on young girls is a top priority.  Empowering young girls is the drive behind her starting a Girl Scout Troop at Hidden Valley, coaching girls’ basketball and volleyball and ensuring they can realize their full potential by being the best version of themselves.  When not volunteering, she is the Associate Director of Commercial Learning and Development for Managed Markets at Gilead Sciences.  Making a difference matters and it is Gina’s vision to have a community that together, embraces and participates in the tapestry of this incredible community!
  • Vice President – David Baker

  • Director, TreasurerBryant Bedwell

Bryant Bedwell and his family moved to the Sleepy Hollow community in 2021, and he joined the SHHA Board shortly thereafter as Treasurer. His background is in financial analysis and investment management. He hopes to use his experience with budget projections and cash flow analysis to ensure SHHA has a long-term, sustainable funding plan that will benefit the community for many years to come. 
  • Director, Corporate SecretaryHayley Mullen

  • Director, Membership – Pete Mayer

Pete Mayer (Legend Road) is in his sixth year of board service for the Sleepy Hollow Homes Association. The current Membership Chair, he has served as secretary, treasurer, and president of the SHHA and is a member of the Sleepy Hollow Charitable Foundation board. When not organizing 4th of July parades, stalking mobile telecommunications companies, or coaching youth soccer/lacrosse/whatever, he serves as the Director for Institutional Finance & Real Estate for the University of San Francisco.
  • Director, Facilities – David Baker

  • Director, Summer Pool - Diane Fiddyment

Diane Fiddyment is a long-time resident of Sleepy Hollow having moved to our idyllic valley in 1996. Diane had a career in the financial markets as a trader at the Pacific Stock Exchange. After a trip to Nepal and India in 1998, life took a drastic turn. Diane dedicated the next phase of her life to non-profit work (Big Brothers/Big Sisters) and building a school in a remote region of Nepal, previously not served with a school. Today, Diane and her husband (Sanar Singh Karki of Kathmandu) split their time between continents. Diane’s volunteer interest brings her to being the liaison between the Board and the Community Pool.

  • Director, Communications and Bulletin - Caroline Vance Bruister

Caroline Vance Bruister is a Marin native (Archie Williams graduate) whose triple sector career has spanned state government, nonprofit advocacy and partnership development for startups. Previous nonprofit board experience includes both the Junior League of San Francisco and Junior League of Santa Barbara. She is excited to bring her skills and time to benefit the community where she has returned to with her husband Tom (they met as neighbors at UCSB) and two young boys. She is excited to connect neighbors and would love you to email her a kudos for your neighbor to run in the Bulletin (

  • Director - Samantha Jelley
Sam Jelley is British born, and moved to California 14 years ago with her  husband, Gareth. She spent 8 years in San Francisco before moving to beautiful Sleepy Hollow after having a daughter, Sophie. As a lover of nature, waking up to deer outside her bedroom window is an absolute joy.
  • Director - Jennifer Hammerski

Jennifer Hamerski is a Marin native who settled in San Anselmo 7 years ago with her husband Chris. They have two children at Hidden Valley Elementary, Beckett (8) and Madeline (6). She works as a critical care nurse and enjoys volunteering at school. She is excited to dedicate her time serving on the board to help improve the community she and her family have grown to love, and are grateful to be a part of.
  • Director - Kyle Gertridge

  • Director - Spencer Adams

Spencer Adams and his wife, Jennifer Adams, moved to Sleepy Hollow in 2013. They have two children, Jake (11) and Holland (9). This is Spencer's 6th year on the board and has held a few different roles including Membership Chair, Vice President and President. His day job is Vice President of Sales for StreetLight Data, a subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering, Inc.

    Other Key Volunteers and Staff

    • Community Manager - Aya Andrews
    • Bookkeeper - Cory Farrer
    • Bulletin Designer - Cindy Colzani

      Meeting Minutes

      (for past meeting minutes please reference past bulletins here)

      Interested in joining the SHHA Board & serving our amazing community?!

      We are excited to announce that Sleepy Hollow Homes Association is seeking passionate and dedicated individuals to join our diverse board of directors. This is a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our community and contribute to our future. 

      Board Member Responsibilities: As a board member of SHHA, you will:

      Provide Leadership: Contribute to the strategic direction and decision-making processes of SHHA for long term sustainment.

      Advocate for Our community: Be a voice for our needs and concerns within the organization 

      Collaborate: Work closely with fellow board members, advisors, and partners to develop and implement current and future initiatives.

      Engage the Community: Connect residents to gather input, build awareness, and promote SHHA's offerings growing our membership. 

      Application Process: We invite all interested candidates to apply for the SHHA board member positions. To be considered, please follow these steps:

      Review the Board Member Expectations: Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the roles and responsibilities of an SHHA board member, which can be found  at, About Us. We recommend reviewing recent Meeting Minutes (above) for a sense of what we do.

      Complete the Application: Please answer all the below questions and email them to by December 1, 2023

      Selection Process: Applications will be carefully reviewed by our selection committee, and selected candidates will be invited for interviews. Successful candidates will be notified by [insert notification date].

      Join Us in Making a Difference: If you are passionate about our special community, believe in the power of advocacy, and want to contribute to the current and future of our community, we encourage you to apply for an SHHA board member position. Your dedication and leadership can make a significant impact.

      Should you have any questions or need further information, please don't hesitate to reach out to [insert contact information].

      Thank you for considering this exciting opportunity to be part of SHHA and help shape the future of the Sleepy Hollow Homes Association. We look forward to receiving your applications!

      Board Member Application Form

      Personal Information:



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      LinkedIn Profile (Optional):

      1. Please briefly describe your background and qualifications that make you a strong candidate for the board.

      2. Why are you interested in joining our board?

      3. What specific skills, experiences, or perspectives do you bring that would benefit our organization and its mission?

      4. In your opinion, what are the most critical challenges and opportunities facing our organization, and how do you envision contributing to addressing them as a board member?

      5. Describe any previous board or committee experience you have, if applicable.

      6. What time commitment are you able to make as a board member (e.g., hours per month, meetings attended)?

      7. Are you willing and able to actively participate in board meetings, committees, and organization events?

      [ ] Yes

      [ ] No

      8. Do you have any potential conflicts of interest that you would like to disclose?


      Please provide the names and contact information of two professional or personal references who can speak to your qualifications and character:

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      By submitting this application, I certify that the information provided is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that any misrepresentation may result in disqualification.


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      Application Submission:

      Please submit your completed application to by December 1, 2023

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