Nominating Committee

Chair: President

Members: As defined in the Bylaws of the Association

Focus: Effectively managing the process of securing nominees and recommending to the Board candidates for the Board and Officer positions of the Association prior to the Annual Meeting of the Membership


  • Manage membership database
  • Facilitate new and renewal membership solicitation  Coordinate with Events, Beautification, and Infrastructure committees
  • Conduct the annual Walk the Blocks event visiting door-to-door with all Terrell Heights neighbors and promoting the Associaiton
  • Managing the Block Captain program as ambassadors to all neighborhood residents block-by-block
  • Manage the Associations web site, social media (Facebook), and other print and digital communications

Committee reports and related stories can be found below.

2015-2016 Directors and Officers Elected
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Ad Hoc Committees

Chair: Appointed by the President of the Association


Focus: As identified by the President, short-term and limited in focus and charged with researching and making recommendations to the Board on specific issues, as needed

2015-2016 Directors and Officers Elected

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At the annual meeting of the neighborhood association in late September, a new board was installed and new officers elected. Board members continuing for another year include: Allison Levine, Tom Payton and Amy Sharp. Board members serve for two-year terms and may serve two consecutive terms.

Newly elected board members include: Walter Brown, Allie Hartry, Jennifer Heymann and Anna Kehde. Their brief bios are shown below.

The following were elected as officers for the new year: Tom Payton as president, Amy Sharp as vice president, Allison Levine as treasurer, and Walter Brown as secretary.

Introductory information on the new board members:

Walter Brown is married with 2 kids and 6 grandchildren. He graduated from Rice University, the University of Texas School of Public Health and University of Texas Law School. He practiced law in Corpus Christi and is board certified in family law. He moved to San Antonio and switched to education in the 1990’s, worked for Harcourt Educational Measurement. He started teaching math at Brackenridge High School in 2001 and retired in 2013. He taught and tutored SAT prep for 25 years and continues to volunteer at Brackenridge helping students apply to out-of-state colleges that meet 100% of financial need.

Allie Hartry moved to Terrell Heights in 2014 after living all over the country. She grew up in Massachusetts, went to college in Pennsylvania, met her now-husband Erik in Rhode Island, attended law school in California, and clerked for a federal judge in Houston before finally settling down in San Antonio. During the week, she practices employment law at a law firm downtown. When she isn’t working, you can find her walking in the neighborhood, exploring San Antonio and the Hill Country’s parks and restaurants, and taking care of her new kittens.

Jenny Heymann moved back home to Alamo Heights after graduating from Texas Christian University in 2004. She bought her first house on Bryn Mawr and has loved Terrell Heights ever since. She is married to a wonderful husband John and they have two beautiful kids Matthew (2 yr) Madison (3 mo). They also have 2 doggies Kylie and Shelby. When she is not busy with work as a Realtor at Corie properties you can find her at Scates Park with the family or at home working on her needlepoint point.

Anna Kehde has lived in Terrell Heights for 12 years and been a block captain for much of that time. She is a native of Kansas, but moved to Texas soon after college. She is married and has 3 boys who attend Alamo Heights schools. She currently spends her time volunteering for several different organizations and works as a sales representative for a Trinity University Press.