Northwood Hills Homeowners Association ☆ P O Box 800874 ☆ Dallas, TX 75380-0874

Meet the Board

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Meet the Board

Northwood Hills is a neighborhood worth preserving and protecting. At the forefront of that effort is Northwood Hills Homeowners Association. Active, inclusive and positive. NHHA mirrors the neighborhood it serves. It continues to grow and thrive through completely voluntary Membership, leadership and participation.

We have a 7-member Board of Directors, President, Treasurer and Secretary. We also benefit from the guidance of an Advisory Committee. NHHA is governed by Bylaws and has an Advertisers Policy.

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NHHA Board Members

Janet Marcum

Seat President

Email jm@northwoodhills.org

Phone 469-371-1085

Janet and Jeremiah Marcum moved to Northwood Hills in 2013 and have two young sons. Janet is a Broker for Marcum Real Estate and holds her CPA license. Jeremiah works as a Software Development Manager at Cisco. After receiving her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Accounting from Texas Tech University, Janet worked as an auditor for Clifton Gunderson in Amarillo and then as an SAP Analyst for Merit Energy in Dallas. “I was impressed with the sense of community I felt when moving into this neighborhood. I also recognized and appreciated the benefits of NHHA and immediately signed up to be a member. I have enjoyed helping out with the many beneficial projects that NHHA offers, and look forward to further serving my fellow residents in the role of President.”

Glynn Newman

Seat Area 1
Email gn@northwoodhills.org
Phone 469-223-3582

Dr. Glynn Newman has worked in the City of Dallas as the budget analyst for housing and in the City of Irving in the budget office. He is also a City of Dallas Commissioner who is currently sitting on the Dallas Police Departments Automated Red Light Enforcement Commission. Glynn is a professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Eastfield College. He brings to the board knowledge of how to maneuver through the city bureaucracy in order to maintain the reputation and quality of life in Northwood Hills. Glynn earned a degree in Political Science from St. Edward’s University in Austin and a Masters of Public Administration from St. Mary’s University, San Antonio. He also studied Political Ecology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, and earned a doctorate degree in Public Policy from Walden University, Minneapolis Minnesota. Glynn and his wife Dr. Sharon Newman have two children and have lived in Northwood Hills since May of 2006, relocating from West Plano. The mature trees and location drew them to the neighborhood. “Northwood Hills is a great place to raise a family. I look forward to being able to use my knowledge of the workings of municipal government to help enrich and preserve the quality of life in Northwood Hills.”

John Joyce

Seat Area 2  
Email jj@northwoodhills.org  
Phone 214-538-8063  

John Joyce and his wife Carol have enjoyed living in Northwood Hills for more than 25 years. The larger lots, unique larger homes, actual hills, established trees, and good public and private school proximity were the reasons they moved from Lake Highlands. Since moving here in 1991, the Joyces have had most all good experiences. Their kids (son and two daughters) all attended Northwood Hills Elementary, Westwood Junior High, and graduated from Jesuit, Richardson, and Bishop Lynch High Schools. Living in Northwood Hills, they have been fortunate to make several friends in the neighborhood. One of John’s passions has been coaching youth sports, and he has coached several kids in and outside Northwood Hills in multiple competitive youth sports over a ten year period. A couple years ago, John retired from executive positions with PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM. During his time with PwC and IBM, he worked with many clients and led large portions of the firm’s consulting practice. In these roles, he traveled extensively for years. Now with more time at home, John is looking forward to getting to know more people in the community. Finally, Carol and John have appreciated the past work of the homeowner’s association in focusing on security and beautification, and he hopes to help continue their good work.

Hunter McGrath

Seat Area 3
Email hm@northwoodhills.org
Phone 972-978-0873

Hunter McGrath has been involved in commercial real estate for many years, most recently as a Vice President at PNC Real Estate. He currently considers himself semi-retired, with more time for hobbies and serving his community. He and his wife Victoria are long-time members of NHHA and have been residents of Northwood Hills for more than 10 years.

Sharon Venable

Seat Area 4
Email sv@northwoodhills.org
Phone 214-212-4016

Sharon Venable and her husband, Charlie, have lived in Northwood Hills since 1996. She discovered NWH while driving around with her daughter, who is an interior designer. The house they chose needed a lot of work and they still feel like they are making it their own.

Sharon is very concerned about what happens inside Northwood Hills and feels like serving on the Board will help her contribute to our neighborhood’s success.

Sharon’s long career includes Community Relations with ATT, COO and other executive positions at the Dallas Regional Chamber, creating the first community relations initiative for Texas Women’s University, and establishing her own interim CEO consulting company.

Sharon is a consummate volunteer and can’t say no. She and Charlie have two grown children and 2 grandchildren, who are embarking on their first year of college.

Cristi Sliter

Seat Area 5; Secretary
Email cs@northwoodhills.org
Phone 214-442-0970

Cristi and Ken Sliter moved to Northwood Hills in 2009. Cristi graduated from SMU with a BA in Communications and works in marketing. She enjoys cooking, reading and renovating her home, which feels like an ongoing project.

“We didn’t know Northwood Hills existed when we started our home search. Our agent mentioned it, so Ken and I jumped in the car to check it out. When we turned into the neighborhood and saw the mature trees and generous sized lots, we knew we wanted to make Northwood Hills our home.”

Heather Catelotti

Seat At-Large
Email hc@northwoodhills.org
Phone 972-948-3247

Heather Catelotti works in finance leadership at Interstate Batteries. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Fairfield University. Originally from southern Connecticut, she and her family moved to Northwood Hills in early 2012 after spending several years in uptown Dallas. Heather and her husband Dave have one daughter named Kailee and 2 mischievous cats, as well as a dog who loves to keep guard watch over the house and the street. As a family, they love to take walks and ride bikes through the neighborhood, travel globally and cook on the weekends. They also love hosting their wonderful friends from the neighborhood for parties throughout the year!

“The day Dave and I drove through Northwood Hills looking at open houses we knew this was the neighborhood and community for us. The picturesque beauty and strong sense of character and charm are entrancing. And over the past 4 years, we have met some of the most wonderful and amazing neighbors anyone could ask for. We are thankful every day to call Northwood Hills our home. I am honored to represent the community and I look forward to working with the board to drive the neighborhood forward.”

Mitra Shamsa

Seat At-Large
Email ms@northwoodhills.org
Phone 214-695-0006

Mitra Shamsa moved to Northwood Hills from the Richardson area in 1995. She has been in real estate with Ebby Halliday for over 25 years, since 1992. Being familiar with Dallas neighborhoods, when it became time to find a home for her and her children, she realized that Northwood Hills had what she was looking for. She was drawn to the beatiful, mature trees, the safety of the neighborhood, and the great public schools.

Both Mitra’s children attended Richardson ISD public schools and she was an active participant in their activities with Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, and sports. Mitra was program chairperson at Women’s International Club of Dallas.

Mitra is a member of NHHA because she believes the only way a neighborhood becomes safe and thrives is if the homeowners are active and involved in their community. She and her husband live on a very friendly street where everyone knows each other, looks after each other, and gets together at least once a year to socialize.

Dru Landrum

Seat Treasurer
Email dl@northwoodhills.org
Phone 903-821-4128

Dru Landrum was born and raised in Denison, TX and attended Texas Tech University. He received a BBA in Finance in 2005. After graduation, Dru attended law school at SMU and obtained a JD in 2008.

Dru practiced transactional law after law school and now focuses extensively on oil and gas law with his own practice – Logan, Landrum & Greenwood, PLLC.

Dru and his wife Stephanie moved to Northwood Hills in 2016 with the intention to raise a family here. They have two great kids and plan for them to attend Northwood Hills Elementary.

As Treasurer, Dru manages NHHA’s financial accounts, yearly budget and reserve fund. He has extensive experience in Quickbooks gained from managing his law firm’s accounting and the accounting of a real estate investment company in which he is a partner.

Advisory Committee

Judy Switzer

Seat Crime & Security Chair
Email js@northwoodhills.org
Phone 214-801-7273

Judy Switzer and her husband Bruce have lived in Northwood Hills since 1990. She is the broker/owner of her real estate company, Judy Switzer & Associates. Judy and Bruce’s kids attended Northwood Hills Elementary. Son Brett is an attorney and lives with his wife in Atlanta. Daughter Jillian lives in Santa Monica, CA and heads up business development for AirMap, a start-up that dynamically maps airspace for commercial and recreational unmanned aircraft systems (drones), navigation, and recreation. Within NHHA, Judy’s primary focus is on security and crime prevention efforts, managing the security patrol officers, tracking and reporting incidents, and working closely with Dallas police. “Security services and crime prevention are the number one priority for our members, and therefore NHHA,” she says. “We will continue to explore and evaluate every opportunity to enhance safety in the neighborhood.”

Past Presidents

Robert Dunn

Robert served Northwood Hills from 1989-1992 and helped set the foundation for what NHHA is today.