Meet DC Ranch Board Members in the June/July issue of DC Ranch News:
Elizabeth Kepuraitis, Secretary & Treasurer- Elizabeth moved to the Valley in 1996 and became a resident of DC Ranch in 2002. After retirement, she became involved in the Ranch Association Budget & Finance Committee, Modification Committee, and the Board of Directors. She is pleased to now join the Community Council Board of Directors and become involved in the activities that make DC Ranch such a unique community.
Marla Walberg, Director- Marla is a sixteen-year resident of DC Ranch and longtime steward of the DC Ranch community. She has served as the Neighborhood Voting Member and became an alternate NVM in 2018 in the Parks at Silverleaf. She was then elected as NVM for Acacia Court, where she served until her Board appointment in April. She has devoted much of her time to remaining active and consistent participant in Board meetings.
Ethan Knowlden, Director- Originally from New York, with stops in Virginia, Texas, California and London, Ethan is now a full-time resident of DC Ranch with his wife. He currently serves as General Counsel for Medicines360, a San Francisco- based nonprofit pharmaceutical organization. A transactional lawyer by training with a background in finance, Ethan enjoyed the opportunity to participate on the Master Plan Committee and is excited to continue to serve DC Ranch on the Community Council Board of Directors.
John Shaw, Treasurer- Since moving to the Park and Manor neighborhood of DC Ranch over four years ago, John immediately became involved in the Neighborhood Committee before joining the Resident Committee for the Community Council. He has served as the NVM for Park and Manor South for two-and-a-half years and is also a Class I graduate of the Resident Leadership Academy.
Read more DC Ranch community news in the June/July 2022 issue of DC Ranch News.
DC Ranch real estate is a residential community located in North Scottsdale, AZ. The community, which was created in 1993, is a collection of lots at the base of the Arizona McDowell Mountains and nearby the loop 101 freeway. Downtown Scottsdale is about 20 minutes away and Phoenix is about a 35-minute drive. Homeowners have easily accessible shopping, restaurants, and schools.