Board of Trustees

The affairs of the Association shall be managed by a Board of up to seven Trustees.

The Trustees shal be divided into two groups: a group of three Trustees and a group of four Trustees. Both groups of Trustees shal be elected for two year staggered terms.

Additional information about the role of the Board of Trustees is available in the Association's Bylaws.



Christopher Nelson, President

I have lived in our community for the past 26 years, enjoying the quality of life that Sully Station offers. This is the only neighborhood that my three daughters (26, 24 and 21 years old) have lived in from early childhood through High School graduation. I would like to continue to serve you as a Trustee and work with the fellow Trustees of the community to insure Sully Station continues to be a great place to live.

I am currently completing my eleventh year on the Board of Trustees and I am currently serving as the President of the Association for my eighth year, following three years as the Treasurer. I have previously served Sully Station as the coordinator of the neighborhood watch for several years in the early 1990's. Following that, I became an active volunteer for the Sully Station Swim Team, eventually becoming the data coordinator for the team and the NVSL division. I implemented the program for wireless internet at the Sully Station pool in the summer of 2004. In the local community outside our neighborhood, I served as the Treasurer for the Westfield Crew Boosters Club for three years, the organization that sponsors the Crew Team at Westfield High School.

I currently work advising Technology firms on financial matters. Besides finance, I have a background in engineering and Internet-related ventures. I plan to continue to use my experience in financial management to properly steward your homeowner's dues, community property and capital investments.

I believe Sully Station is one of the finest communities in Northern Virginia and I look forward to continuing to serve you as a Trustee and President.


Beth Haubach

This past December my family celebrated our twelfth anniversary of moving into our home in Sully Station. My husband, Ed, and I have three children, Zack (22), Zane (19) and Andi (16). Zack is a senior at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Zane is a freshman at George Mason University, and Andi is a junior at Westfield High School. We have been extremely happy with our choice to live in the Sully Station community! We have great neighbors, nice common areas and bike/walking trails, a wonderful community pool and wooded spaces.

I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in microbiology then did graduate work in Animal Nutrition at West Virginia University. After my husband and I were married we moved to South Carolina where initially I worked as an analytical chemist for an environmental laboratory and later as the manager of that laboratory. After moving to Virginia I worked as the client relations manager before becoming the lab manager at Environmental Systems Service in Culpeper.

When my oldest was born in January 1994 I became a full time, stay-at-home mom. Since moving into Sully Station I have been involved with both Bull Run and Cub Run Elementary schools. At Cub Run I chaired the Spring Fling fundraiser in 2009 and 2010. It was important to me to keep within our budget for expenses, which we successfully accomplished, as well as raising money for the school both years. I then served as PTA President at Cub Run from the fall of 2010 through spring of 2012. I was the team manager for the Westfield Ice Dogs Hockey team during the four years Zack played high school hockey, and I have been the team manager for Andi's travel soccer team for two and a half years. In 2013 I started a home-based design business.

Since being elected to the Board of Trustees in 2014, I have been involved in the initiation of an Amendments Committee, of which I am chair. The Amendments Committee's charter is to review and update the current founding documents of the Sully Station Community Association. The goal of the Amendments Committee will be to bring our documents in line with the Best Practices for POA (Property Owners Association) Declarations as adopted by the State of Virginia in 2015. One of the many benefits of updating the Association's governing documents will be to provide the community with a way to more easily monitor and enforce association regulations. As an off shoot of the Amendments Committee, the Parking Committee was formed to review, assess and provide suggestions on possible changes to the many parking issues facing Sully Station. I served as the point-of-contact between the Parking Committee and the Board. Additionally, I have been an integral part of the Events Committee over the past year working closely with the current committee chair to bring events such as the Book Swap, 4th of July Party, National Night Out, Midnight Swim, Fall Fest and the annual Dog Swim to the community.

Sully Station is a beautiful community. I am impressed with how well the community has been maintained and this is in no small part due to the diligence of past and present HOA and ARB boards. My desire is to see Sully Station remain a desired place to live and to continue to attract young families to the community.


Elizabeth Stulga

Elizabeth has been a Sully Station resident for 22 years and currently holds the position of Vice President on the Board of Trustees. She has been a member of the Board of Trustees for over ten years. She is very active with her two daughters Madison, 20, at Penn State and Katie, 18, at Westfield High School.

Elizabeth is a Portfolio Manager for Capitol Property Management. She manages 8 communities throughout Fairfax and Loudoun County. She assist's other Boards with the daily management, financial obligations and governance of the communities she manages. She is charge of contract negotiation, facility management - all amenities on the properties and assists with budgets, annual and monthly meetings of the associations and acts as a board liason between resident's, management and the boards. She loves being involved in the community's she manages and looks to improve their fiscal positions and the daily lives of the residents who live in those communities.

Elizabeth's past experience includes being a General Manger of Jos. A Banks in Washington, DC and a career with Brooks Brothers as GM in Washington DC and NJ. She has also had her own Event and Catering Company and enjoyed 12 years as a fitness trainer.


George Stalcup

I have greatly enjoyed the privilege of serving the community as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Sully Station Community Association in varying positions over 17 of the past 18 years.

I am a native Northern Virginian and have been a homeowner and resident of Sully Station since our community opened in September 1986. In 2010, I retired as a Director from the U.S. Government Accountability Office after over 40 years of federal government service. In that position, I worked extensively with the Congress on actions needed to strengthen management of federal programs and better protect taxpayer dollars. I became a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Virginia in 1992, am a Certified Government Financial Manager (retired), and a U.S. Army veteran.

Maintaining Sully Station's prominence as a landmark Northern Virginia community is imperative.


Ted Moore

My family and I have lived in Sully Station for the past 10 years. My wife, Kathy, and I have three children: Payton (16), Adison (14) and Jarrett (11). Previously we lived right around the corner on Lilva Drive in Country Club Manor. At that time, our daughters were already participating on the swim team. The pool and the swim team were the two major reasons that we made the move into Sully Station.

I have worked as a system engineer for 25+ years. During my employment, I have served on several Employee Activity Committees. These committees were responsible for planning events and activities that would increase morale and comradery amongst employees. This experience has been helpful with my current position as the Chair of the Sully Station Events Committee. I believe that these neighborhood events are a key ingredient to in making a strong community. The Committee introduced a 4th of July event in 2016 and will add an adult night at the pool/community center in 2017. The Committee is always looking for ideas for new events as well as volunteers to help with current events. Outside the Sully Station Community, I have coached my daughter's SYA Girls Lacrosse team and my son's SYA Tackle and Flag Football and SYA Baseball teams.

I served on the Sully Station Board from 2012-2016 during which several improvements were made to the community: landscaping around the community signs, updating the changing rooms at the pool and purchasing new tables for the pool deck. I currently serve on the Sully Station Amendments Committee.

I think that our community is a good community in a great location with a beautiful pool. I also realize that the community is 30 years old and in need of updates and improvements to compete with newer communities in Western Fairfax and Loudoun County. A multi-year proactive plan to update the community is desirable: replace dead and dying trees with new trees, reinvigorate other landscaping, modernize and perhaps add playgrounds, and update the pool furniture. In addition, capital improvements such as a pavilion with picnic tables and grills would a positive asset to the community. I am looking to make our community the one that people desire to move to when they are looking to purchase in the Centreville/Chantilly area.


Cindy Gilbride

I have lived in Centreville since January 1981, and have been a resident of Sully Station since 1992. My husband, Paul and our three children have enjoyed the community and all the amenities. I have served on the Sully Station Board of Trustees since 2006 in several positions such as the Vice President and Secretary. I have also served the Sully Station Community as a volunteer for the swim team, the Neighborhood Watch Program, National Night Out, Taste of Sully, Midnight Swim, Children's Christmas party and the Easter Egg Hunt. I have considered it to be the Board's responsibility to represent all the residents of Sully Station by making sound decisions that ensure Sully Station remains a desirable community to reside in and a place you are proud to call home.

I am employed with the Department of Defense as a Human Resources Specialist, specializing in Labor Management and Employee Relations. I am currently serving my 5th term on the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) as a Board Director which currently has a membership of over 160,000. I also serve on a board for the VA, MD and DE Association of Electric Cooperatives Educational Services. I believe my experience on the various boards as well as my work experience has allowed me to be a valuable member of the Board of Trustees. It would be an honor to continue to represent the citizens of Sully Station in the successful path that the past and current Board members have bestowed on the community. I would appreciate your continued support.


Ed Pouncey

Ed has owned a town home and has been a member of the Sully Station community since the spring of 1989. He was a member of the Architectural Review Board from 1994-1996. He has served on the Board of Trustees since 1996 and has held the positions of Secretary and President.

Ed holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelors degree with a major in Accounting. He has many years of professional experience in the fields of Budgeting, Facilities Management, Support Services Security and other related areas of Management.

With his solid management background and his proactive approach, Ed's continuing objective as a Board member is to assure that Sully Station remains one of Fairfax County's most desirable communities in which to live.