The Board of Directors shall consist of not less than three, nor more than eighteen (including officers), members of the Lincroft Village Green Association. Directors are voted on at the Annual Meeting, and are elected for a three year term. Roughly a third of the directors are up for election every year, ensuring a continuum of two thirds of the Board.
The Officers of the Lincroft Village Green Association shall be President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. In some cases, two people may share an office (such as co-president) with the prior approval of the Board of Directors. The term of office for officers is one year, and the election is concurrent with the Board of Directors election at the Annual Meeting.
2018 Officers/Board of Directors
Board of Directors Biographies
Originally from Middletown, Kate and her husband Matt moved to Lincroft in 2010. A graduate from the University of Scranton with a Master Degree in Occupational Therapy, Kate now works as a pediatric therapist in the school and outpatient settings. Kate hopes to expand her community service efforts to help benefit the LVGA. She, her husband and their 3 children often enjoy the Green and are happy to maintain and better this local park in any way possible.
Susan married into Lincroft in 1992 and instantly fell in love with its charm. A new Jersey native, Susan graduated from Teachers College with a degree in Special Education. She currently works as a support teacher at Middletown Village Elementary School and has served as a director for the Lincroft Village Green Association for over 10 years. She has been involved in the many events and causes the LVGA has sponsored and fought for over the years. She encourages everyone to become involved in their community and work together to improve the quaity of life for all.
Roger, and his wife Jane, moved to Lincroft in 1993 with their three children, who all graduated from Middletown H.S. South. A native of Minnesota, Roger graduated from St. Olaf College and the University Of Minnesota Law School. He has practiced law in Red Bank since 1975, and is now a managing member in the firm Foss, San Filippo & Milne, LLC. Roger’s legal expertise, particularly in the areas of real estate, zoning, and civil litigation, has proved invaluable to the LVGA since its inception in 1999. As a past president and founding member of the Lincroft Village Green, Roger’s goal in creating the LVGA was to preserve the bucolic nature of Lincroft and to implement traffic calming measures.
Mary and her family moved to Lincroft in 2005. She has dedicated many years as a stay-at-home mom and volunteer for the PTA. When her children began high school, she began focusing her volunteer efforts on the community of Lincroft by joining the LVGA as a member and then as a director on the board. She enjoys organizing events for the LVGA, such as the annual community-wide yard sale, movie nights, and member-appreciation social activities like the Ice Cream Social. She visits the Village Green often with her golden retriever where she can walk safely on the paths, enjoy a moment on the park benches and pick up a free book at hte Little Free Library.
Rachel moved from Marlboro to Lincroft 5 years ago with her husband, Brendan. Brendan is a Lincroft native who played football for Middletown South. Rachel graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012 with a Fashion Merchandising degree. She began her career working with the buying team for Macy's.com Rachel currently is a real estate agent for Sotheby's International Realty, along with renovating and flipping homes on the side with her husband. Brendan and Rachel have two Samoyed dogs, Teddy & Bear, who they love to take for long walks around all of beautiful Lincroft. Rachel is honored to represent the LVGA, and can't wait to help out her residents and put her creativity and heart into preserving this great town.
Born and raised in Monmouth County, Abe moved to Lincroft when he married his wife, Linda, 22 years ago. He operates the iconic Middletown business, Guttenplan’s Frozen Dough, and is a past President of The Middletown Hockey Club. Abe joined the LVGA when Brookdale Community College planned to align their Phalanx Road exit with Hickory Lane, and saw immediately the incredible potential of this grassroots community organization. The LVGA’s success in persuading Brookdale to alter their plans, convinced him to become a Director and, eventually, President. Abe is extremely proud of The LVGA’s many accomplishments, especially the retention of the park as open space, and the Route 520 Roundabout. He believes that what sets the LVGA apart from other community organizations is the amazing dedication and commitment of its Directors and the outstanding support of its membership.
A Monmouth County native, Lori and her husband Stephen moved to Lincroft in 2012. Lori has a degree in Occupational Therapy and Business Management but is currently a stay at home mom to her three daughters. Lori enjoys getting involved in the community and was introduced to the Lincroft Village Green Association by a friend and fellow board member. Lori joined the board and became involved in various roles including co-chairing the Lincroft Eats Food Truck Festival which was a successful fundraiser. Lori knows that active community members can make grassroots changes and hopes to continue serving her community and impacting it in positive ways.
Linda Marciano Snyder
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Linda graduated from New York University before embarking on a very successful 20-year career with the advertising agency, BBDO New York. Following her tenure as SVP, Group Media Director, Linda retired in 2002, and moved with her husband, Chris, from Manhattan to Lincroft to raise their two children. Since settling into the village, Linda has been active in the community, volunteering on many Lincroft PTA committees and serving on the PTA board as Fundraising Vice President. She currently works for the Monmouth County Historical Association as a Development and Communications Assistant. Linda initially joined the LVGA because she was concerned with the rise in traffic and speeding in Lincroft village, however, she enjoyed her involvement so much, that she went on to chair two Picnic in the Park events.
In 2011, Christine and her husband found their forever home within the community of Lincroft. Their two daughters attend Thompson Middle School. Currently, Christine works as a contracted Occupational Therapist for New Jersey's Early Intervention Program. Christine was compelled to join the LVGA in order to help support its mission of preserving, beautifying and improving the quality of life for all Lincroft residents.
Jaime was raised in Morris County. After graduating from Montclair State University with a degree in Fashion Studies, she moved to Hoboken. She spent 5 years working in advertising sales and marketing positions for different publishing companies in New York City. Jaime went on to receive an Elementary Education teaching certificate and has taught 3rd Grade and Kindergarten. She and her husband Brett moved to Middletown in 2008 and then to Lincroft in 2013. They have 2 children, a son and daughter, ages 6 and 5. Jaime is excited to serve as a Director, helping the LVGA continue to maintain and improve the quality of life in beautiful Lincroft.
A native of Queens, NY, Marguerite and her husband James moved to Middletown in 1992 and to Lincroft in 2011. She immediately became involved in the Lincroft community as a founding member of SONIC, fighting the proposed Pop Warner field adjacent to their new home. She is a graduate of Pace University with a BBA in International Management and minors in French and Art History. She worked as a commodity futures broker in the energy markets for 13 years before deciding to stay at home after the birth of her second child. James and Marguerite have three daughters, ages 20, 17 and 12. She has been serving on the Board of the LVGA for 2 years and continues to enjoy her part in preserving the beauty and charm of Lincroft.
Holly is a New Jersey native who moved to Lincroft in 2014 from Middletown with her husband and 3 sons. She chose Lincroft for its excellent schools, and proximity to many beautiful parks. Before becoming a full time stay at home mom, she previously worked for 5 years supporting health care executives and most recently ran all administrative aspects of the family business until it sold. She chose to volunteer for the LVGA after seeing how it protected Lincroft's open spaces and proactively looked out for its residents best interests. She considers it an honor to serve on the LVGA board and help continue its excellent track record of serving the residents of Lincroft.
Trish moved to Lincroft from Jersey City 11 years ago. She and her husband have three daughters who attended Lincroft Elementary School and A Child's Place Nursery School in Lincroft. Trish joined the Lincroft Village Green Association because it provides a forum for residents of the community to learn about proposed projects for the town, and assists residents in working with the Township to ensure that the improvements maintain the balance and character of the community. Although she spent much of her early career with Bankers Trust Company and MetLife, Trish currently works for K. Hovnanian in Red Bank. Trish holds an MBA from Fordham University and a BA in Economics and Business from Lafayette College.
Pat moved to Lincroft 7 years ago with her family, and has been enjoying the many beautiful parks, waterways and recreation that the village has to offer. She recently joined the LVGA as a Director, filling the much needed - and very important – position of Board Treasurer. As a CPA, MBA and former treasurer for a regional soccer board in Northern New Jersey, she is particularly well qualified for the position of treasurer, and the LVGA is so happy to have her as a valued member. In return, Pat believes that her involvement with the Village Green keeps her up to date on local news and developments.