Our Board of Directors is comprised of dedicated individuals who share a common desire to advance the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s mission and goals. Our volunteer leaders use their diverse backgrounds and experience to guide the work of the Foundation as we seek to fulfill our vision of a world where all people are connected to nature and inspired to take actions that sustain our world.
Steve is a professional general contractor and owner of American Engineered Solutions, Inc. He is a 17-year resident of the Moyaone Reserve, and friendly neighbor of the Foundation.
Dan is currently the Senior Director with Markon Solutions. His affiliation with the Alice Ferguson Foundation began in 2000 as a stream cleanup site leader in Fairfax and has served as a board member since 2010.
Michael Berger currently serves as the COO of Neapolitan pizzeria chain Pupatella, and is one of its owners. Formerly, Michael was one of the founders of the Elevation Burger chain of restaurants until its acquisition in 2019.
Indian Head, MD
Jennifer currently works in property management. She joins the Foundation Board with a strong background in Environmental Science & Government and Policy from the University of Maryland.
Tericke currently serves as Associate Director of Government Affairs for BioMarin Pharmaceutical where he assesses policy impacts of new legislation and proposed policy changes.
Daniel is an active member of the agricultural community in Prince George’s County and Southern Maryland. He lives on the same property he grew up on in Accokeek, raising Black Angus cattle and hay.
Kate is the Head of US Federal Affairs for C40 Cities, networking with nearly 100 mayors collaborating to advance federal policy that supports cities in the instrumental role in achieving our national climate goals.
Brian is a registered landscape architect with Place Matters Landscape Architects, specializing in the design of landscapes that value and enhance ecological relationships within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Michael is one of the newest Moyaone neighbors. His vast knowledge of technical skills, of more than 30 years, enabled him to bring SMART technology to communities throughout the country.
Kay served as Executive Director of the Foundation from 1979 – 1999. She recently published After Alice, a memoir sharing her part in helping the Foundation become an award-winning environmental center.
David Sloan, Jr.
Fort Washington, MD
A lifelong resident of Prince George’s County, David is a proven advocate who has dedicated his professional life to bringing people together to advocate on issues that matter to our community.
Port Tobacco, MD
Kate is the President of Business Training Works. Along with her strategic work, she develops one-of-a-kind interactive activities and participant focused training programs to share with others.