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Nickie White


Nickie is a Project Manager who specializes in Continuous Improvement and Event Management. She has volunteered as chair for events in 

Anderson Township and enjoys the community these events foster. Nickie has many childhood memories playing at Juliff’s park – that slide was epic! Each week she can be seen at one of the Anderson Township parks with her own children either running on the trails or playing on the fields. 

Holly Shoemaker

Vice President

Anderson resident Holly is a Creative Director and Design Consultant with 25 years of experience in the field.  Along with her 3 daughters and 2 dogs, she can be 

found many afternoons in Anderson’s parks, where she finds inspiration, joy and beauty.  Holly wants to see our parks continue to thrive and grow for many years to come. 

Luke Walczewski


An attorney by training and a software entrepreneur by practice, Luke joined the Anderson Township community in 2018 after moving from Boston. Luke has two 

children at Summit Elementary and finds himself at Juilfs Park most weekends!

Lynsey Gaca

An Anderson resident, Lynsey can be found at any Anderson Park/Trail with her husband, son, and/or Bart (Goldendoodle). During family and personal time, she enjoys walking through nature, yardwork, playing 

outdoors with her family, and short cycling trips with the end destination involving food. Professionally, Lynsey is a Human Resources leader with 10+ years of experience spanning multiple industries.

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Thomas Bentley
Monika Royal-Fischer

Monika is a lifelong Cincinnatian, but new-to-Anderson resident. She and her husband Jeremy, along with their family (kid and dogs both!) love game nights, Marvel movies, food adventures and mini-golf. Monika also 

enjoys the beautiful greenspace in Anderson’s parks, where she’s inching closer and closer to becoming a bird watcher. Professionally, Monika is the campus director at Tech Elevator, a tech training and education company.

Tiffany Hallman

As Executive Director for the State of Ohio at March of Dimes, Tiffany Hallman is passionate about serving her community.  She has lived in Anderson Township her

whole life and has actively contributed to local organizations like the Forest Hills Foundation for Education and the StepUp Anderson Board. Tiffany and her husband Ross have six children, which keeps them on the go, shuttling their kids to various FHSD schools and sports fields. Even with their busy schedules, Tiffany still finds time to enjoy hiking, visiting the beach, and cheering on her Tennessee Volunteers.

Susan Ward

Susan’s leadership path started as a Marine Corps Officer and continued in business after her active duty.  Now that she is retired, she looks for ways to contribute to her community.  She enjoys interacting with

members of the community through her part-time work and various volunteering opportunities.  Susan and her husband Pete recently downsized to a condo and love the interaction with neighbors.  They can often be seen at the parks and activities pushing a stroller with their first grandchild.       

Amy Gellen

Amy has been a lifelong resident of Anderson Township.  She has 2 very active children in the Forest Hills School District.  You'll often find Amy and her family

exploring the various parks that Anderson Township has to offer, enjoying the outdoors and making memories together. Professionally, Amy is a Human Resources Executive with over 20 years of experience dedicated to driving organizational success while prioritizing the needs of individuals within the workforce. Amy is an active participant in community events and initiatives, always seeking ways to contribute positively to the place she calls home. Amy is committed to making Anderson Township a vibrant and inclusive community for all.

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