2017 Board of Directors
The Greenfield Community Association is governed by a community elected board of nine volunteer Directors. They are elected annually to three year, staggered terms. Elections take place during GCA’s annual meeting in January. The following are the current 2017 board members and officers.
Geoff Campbell (President) and his wife Tonya moved into the neighborhood from California in 2004. Originally from Illinois, they chose to raise their three daughters in Greenfield because of its great livability, and have grown to love the feel of a small town within Pittsburgh. Since receiving his Bachelor’s from Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and his Masters of Architecture from UC-Berkeley, Geoff is now a Principal and the Director of Operations and Services at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, an architecture and urban design firm located in the Strip District.
Kristi Heidel (Vice-President) moved to Pittsburgh, from Central PA to attend the University of Pittsburgh. After living in Shadyside, Oakland and Squirrel Hill, she ultimately chose Greenfield as the place to call home. Kristi graduated from the Duquesne University School of Law, where she was a certified legal intern at the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. Kristi currently works as an investigator in the City’s Office of Municipal Investigations.
Melissa Harding (Secretary) has lived in Greenfield since 2011 with her husband, Jeff, and toddler son, Henry. She has been volunteering with the GCA on the Public Space Committee since 2013 where she worked with TreeVitalize and the Western PA Conservancy to plant over 20 trees in the neighborhood. Melissa spent nine years as an environmental educator. During her time in this field, Melissa also served for two years as the Southwest Regional Director for the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators.
Nick Kennedy (Treasurer) and his wife moved to Greenfield in 2014. Nick was born and raised in Greensburg, PA. He attended Pitt for both undergraduate and law school, graduating with a B.A. in Political Science in 2006 and a J.D. in 2009. Following law school, Nick practiced law in New York City for 5 years before returning home to Western PA. He currently works downtown and specializes in employment litigation at the Minto Law Group, LLC. When he’s not working, you can find Nick walking his hound dog, Chester, up and down the hills of Greenfield.
Mary Ann Deasy-Hatala and her husband Bob both grew up in Greenfield. They chose to raise their four children in the community because they know the value of our neighborhood. Mary Ann earned a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Science Degree with Elementary Certification from Duquesne University. For the past 8 years, Mary Ann has happily elected to stay home, raising her family. Her boys currently attend St. Rosalia Academy where she has been coaching Cross Country and Track & Field for the last 12 years.
Amy Goetzman grew up in Greenfield, and earned both her Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Education from Duquesne University. She is currently a teacher in the Baldwin-Whitehall School District where she has taught middle school math since 2004. Amy is also the Vice President of BWEA (Baldwin-Whitehall Educational Association), BWEA House of Delegates Representative, and the Math Department Chairperson at Harrison Middle School. Amy is actively involved at St. Rosalia Academy and Church as PTG President and chairperson for a variety of committees.
Chris Goetzman was born and raised in Sodus, New York and studied conservation and anthropology at Finger Lakes and Cayuga Community College while working full time in the auto industry. Chris has lived in Greenfield since marrying his wife, Amy, in 2001. After spending 20 years in automotive parts sales and management, Chris is now employed by the Diocese of Pittsburgh as the facilities manager for St. Rosalia Church where he volunteers at many St. Rosalia Academy and Church functions. He has served on both the Greenfield Baseball Association Board and SRA Athletic Association Board and coached baseball, soccer, and cross country.
Jasmine Kurjakovic grew up in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh and moved to NYC for 7 years before returning to Pittsburgh in 2007. She is a steel analyst at S&P Global, is the President of the Pittsburgh Chapter board of the Association of Women in Metal Industries (AWMI), and sits on the board of the New Leadership Council (NLC) for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Karlin Lamberto and her family have lived in Greenfield since 2009. She was born and raised in Pittsburgh in the Shadyside and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods. After living in southern Arizona for sixteen years Karlin returned to Pittsburgh with her family to make a home here and happily landed in Greenfield. Currently she works for the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council as the Urban Agriculture coordinator. Prior to this, Karlin worked for seven years with the Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance, a farmer-owned agricultural cooperative that serves Pittsburgh and surrounding communities.
Joe Pegher is a lifelong Greenfield resident and local Realtor. He is currently the GCA Co-Chair of the Development and Transportation Committee. He lives in his childhood home with his wife Deanna, their 2 children as well as their 3 dogs. Joe attended both St Rosalia Grade School and Taylor Allderdice High School. After getting a degree in 1985, he moved to Washington DC to work for Xerox Corporation. 6 years later, the opportunity to return home presented itself and he has since started a new career in real estate. He has enjoyed working on various community projects over the years and looks forward to improving Greenfield while still retaining the traditions and qualities that have made it one of the city’s best neighborhoods.
Erica Wilson, originally from Hurricane, WV, moved to Pittsburgh in 2008 after getting her business degree from Indiana University Bloomington. She bought her first home in Greenfield in 2010, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2013, and is currently working as an estate planning and civil litigation attorney in a small firm downtown. In addition to her work with the GCA, Erica is very active in the Allegheny County Bar Association and is on the council for the Women in the Law Division.