Officers & Board Members
The SHHA is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the Sandia Heights community as it continues to grow. We invite you to join the SHHA and become active in your community. The SHHA is a volunteer organization run by a Board of Directors elected by the members of the SHHA. The SHHA provides a number of services to the community such as architectural review, covenants support, community activities, publications, and other services of value to its members, as well as, the community.
SHHA Executive Officers: President: Roger Hagengruber, Vice President: Hugh Prather, Secretary: Martin Kirk, and Treasurer: Randy Tripp
Board Members: Phil Krehbiel, Elizabeth Edgren, Eric Faulring, Heidi Komkov, Kevin Lloyd, Fenton McCarthy, Susan McCasland, Kathleen McCaughey, Claudia Mitchell, Arthur Romero
Committee Chairs: Architectural Control Committee: Phil Krehbiel, Covenant Support Committee: Arthur Romero, Communications and Publications Committee: Susan McCasland, Community Service & Membership Committee: Elizabeth Edgren, Finance Committee: Randy Tripp, Nominating Committee: Hugh Prather, Environment & Safety Committee: Kathleen McCaughey
If you wish to reach an Executive Officer, Board Member, or Committee Chair, please contact the SHHA Office by calling 505-797-7793, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
SHHA Political Neutrality Policy Approved at EC meeting 3-2-2011
SHHA affirms our longstanding policy with regard to political participation by SHHA and its directors, volunteers, and staff, and our compliance with the regulations applicable to 501(c)3 tax-exempt organizations requiring political neutrality.
SHHA shall not promote, endorse or oppose any candidate for public office or any political party. Whether paid or volunteer, its directors, volunteers, and staff shall refrain from making any statements promoting, endorsing or opposing any political candidate or political party at SHHA events whether on SHHA property or at any other location where they are acting as representatives of SHHA. This includes interactions with the community, trainings, or meetings of any kind including Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and other committee meetings.
When making public statements concerning any political candidate or political party at non-SHHA events and venues, SHHA directors, volunteers, and staff shall preface their comments by stating that they are speaking as a private citizen and not as a representative of SHHA. As individual citizens, SHHA directors, volunteers, and staff enjoy the same privileges as all other citizens of the United States to promote, endorse or oppose any political candidate or political party.