Board of Directors

Hobart’s Board of Directors

Providing leadership to help Hobart’s Run engage with our neighbors in meaningful ways that tangibly improve our community.

Hobart’s Run Board of Directors

Annie D. McLaughlin

Art Advisory & Finance

Citi Private Bank

Jay Lankford

General Partner

Lankford Acquistion Company, LP

Andrew Monastra

I am very proud to be in the company of such impactful people. As a Borough resident, I see Hobart’s Run doing great things to make the neighborhood as well as all of Pottstown an even better and more interesting place to live, work, and play.

Jessica Sykes

Nurse Manager of Centralized Follow Up

Planned Parenthood

Six generations of my family have lived in Hobart’s Run. Hobart’s Run is very special to me. I am committed to restoring the neighborhood that has nurtured my family for over 100 years.

Tracy Steele

Giving back to one’s community is an important value. The ability to work with Hobart’s Run to enrich the Pottstown community is a wonderful opportunity for which I am grateful.

Jim Sheward

Senior Operating Partner

PeakEquity Partners

Anchor institutions are only as strong as the neighborhoods in which they’re located. Hobart’s Run revitalization efforts are a win/win for our neighborhood and The Hill School. As a Hill ’77 alumnus, I’m proud to be a part of it.

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Paul Fulmer

Fractional Director of Real Estate

Fulmer Group

I am inspired by this quote by American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead, who said, ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.’

David Charles

Co-Founder / CEO

STRIVE Intiative

Nurturing the positive development of youths is an essential part of community revitalization. The next generation is the leadership of tomorrow, so it is crucial that young people are equipped with the proper resources, skills, connections, and motivation to make them successful

Doug Bishop

Director of Operations

Caplan Enterprises

Together we accomplish so much more than we can as individuals. Intentional efforts like Hobart’s Run are crucial in mature communities, and those efforts may be as much about providing attention and polishing, rather than focusing on what is ‘new’ or ‘current.

Matthew Bates

VP Risk Management and Safety

The Evans Network of Companies

It’s important to feel pride in the community. The stronger our neighborhood becomes, the prouder all our residents will be.

Michael Harris

Managing Director

PFM Asset Management LLC

I think Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo’s quote is on point when he wrote: ‘People in small towns, much more than in cities, share a destiny.

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"How Can I Help Hobart's Run?"

There are many ways to get involved – from volunteering for a cleanup, participating in neighborhood meetings, serving as a block captain, or making a financial contribution that will help us fund our community initiatives.

Hobart's Run (a 501(c)(3) neighborhood initiative) was launched by The Hill School to create a clean and safe community; foster inclusivity; provide incentives for home ownership and property pride; and generate quality business development.


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