(Metuchen, NJ) is an example of the value of recycling within CDSS.
Secretary of the CDSS Executive Committee for a number of years back when the organization was headquartered in New York City, he
brings both an insider's and outsider's perspective to today's CDSS governance.
first did country dancing at Antioch College
in the early 1960s and then took it seriously starting in the early '70s when he
moved to New Jersey.
He was an early member of the Greenwich Morris Men (long retired), a member of the American Country Dance Ensemble (CDSS's bicentennial dance performance group), called English and contras in New York and Princeton (where he planted the small seed that grew into an amazing organization under the skillful care of many others), was a member of an early Long Range Planning Committee for CDSS, was a longtime member of the Gadd/Merrill Fund Committee, served as a CDSS representative to the Pinewoods Camp Board, was Treasurer of Country Dance New York, and is now its President-Elect.
recently retired after many years as Director of the Rutgers College Counseling Center
Since joining the Board in 2008 he has been on the Ends Task Group, the Bylaws Revision Task Group, the Governance Task Group, and the Long Range Plan Task Group and is a member of the Personnel Committee.