Meet the Board100% volunteer. 100% dedicated to Sterling.
Meet the Board100% volunteer. 100% dedicated to Sterling.
Cheryl Villalobos moved to Sterling Park in 1993 with her husband, Matt, to raise their family. While her six children attended Park View High School, she jumped in to help wherever was needed- feeding the football team, the drama club, girls soccer, the volleyball team, girls lacrosse, cross country, and the track team. She worked on Project Graduation for 12 years, leading it for three of those years. She organized the bi-annual craft & vendor shows and still runs them in March and November. As each of her kids headed off to college, she wanted to get more involved in the Sterling community. She founded the Sterling Park Neighborhood Exchange (SPNE) Facebook group to help keep neighbors informed of local happenings. Through the SPNE, she met Aaron Gilman, who was actively volunteering to make Sterling better. He invited her to join the Sterling Foundation Board and later encouraged her to manage the vendors for Sterling Fest. She is a receptionist/assistant at the Glass Door Salon and attends Chantilly Bible Church. 2019 will be Cheryl’s fifth year on the Sterling Foundation Board of Directors but her second year as chairman of the board. She loves the collaboration of her 15 board members to make the community a better place for all.
Bobbie has lived in Sterling Park since 2011, but has been a resident of Northern Virginia since 2008 when he moved to here to be closer to his job in the public sector as a Defense Contractor supporting the war on terror. His background is firmly planted in IT and serves as the webmaster as well as coordinator for the Foundation’s annual Car Show. He’s also served on the social media and marketing teams and offers his help wherever he can to support the Foundation and the Sterling community as a whole. Bobbie is an avid car enthusiast, and technologist at heart who enjoys traveling, good BBQ, and helping others in need.
TREASURER & STERLINGFEST CO-CHAIR
Nancy has lived in Sterling Park for 33 years and has lived in four different areas of the park: W Beech, E Iberia, Mycroft Ct and E Amhurst. She likes to say that she lives in the least expensive area in the richest county in America. She has four children, ages 33 to 24, who all graduated from Park View. Two of them live in the Sterling area and two live elsewhere (Atlanta and NYC.) She also has two wonderful grandchildren, ages 7 and 8. Thankfully they live in the area too.
After college, Nancy worked at channel 9 news for 4 years. She then spent 9 years at home, birthing and nursing babies. Later she worked for a private student loan company (Servus Financial), Nextel, and then in the last 13 years she has worked in the financial advisory field. Her advisory practice focuses on helping others become their best financial selves, and convincing Millennials to contribute as much as possible to their 401ks, or at least get started.
Nancy attended one Sterling Foundation meeting to support her good friend, Cheryl Villalobos, at her first meeting as president. Before she knew it, Cheryl snagged her into becoming Secretary when the position became vacant. Nancy has enjoyed being on the board and working with her fellow board members at various Foundation events. She especially liked organizing the wine and beer garden at Sterlingfest 2018.
After growing up on a small farm in PA, Nancy loves getting her hands dirty in her backyard garden. She currently is in her third year of growing hops, as well as several different types of vegetables. She is on the board of the New Ag School, a non-profit dedicated to growing farmers through agricultural industry mentorships. The New Ag School is located in Leesburg.
Nancy’s interests include gardening, fixing up her house, video production, and online dating. She has recently challenged herself to do two hikes a month in preparation of hiking Old Rag in September or October. (Knees don’t fail me now!) She attends Christian Fellowship Church in Ashburn, where she is part of the video team. Nancy’s humor includes copious amounts of keen observation and good natured sarcasm. She loves to laugh.
Gabriela and her two pups (G-Baby and Delilah) officially joined the Sterling Park community in 2017. However, Gaby has been a part of the greater Loudoun community for years, both as a resident and a part of the food/beverage and hospitality industry serving cocktails and food at five area restaurants before transitioning from bartending to business intelligence and IT. She also volunteered for a year with Sterling Fire and Rescue.
Some of her passions include history, photography, and emerging tech. In her free time she enjoys gardening, taking her pups on local adventures, and thrifting. Favorite local spots are Señor Ramon’s Taqueria, and coffee at Colada. Gaby is excited to use her collective experience to benefit the community, and Spanish to enhance community outreach.
DIGITAL CONTENT/SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER
Chris and his wife Lexi moved to Sterling in 2018 with their 2 children from Alexandria to rent closer to their jobs. They fell in love with the area and purchased their first home in 2019 and decided it was time to invest in the community they planned to raise their young children in. Chris is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence RI, holding degrees in Baking and Pastry Arts and Culinary Arts. He is currently the executive pastry chef for a catering company in Falls Church, and has spent the last 11 years working in the DC/NOVA restaurant world. In his spare time Chris is heavily involved in the local alternative music scene through his band and enjoys hiking, cycling, and camping.
Jason has been a part of the Sterling community for the last 8 years as the Park View High School Athletic Director. During his time in Sterling, he has worked hard to improve the overall facilities and participation of all of the Park View cluster schools. Mr. Testerman is excited to work on the Sterling Foundation board and his goal to bring together and galvanize the Sterling community and alumni as much as possible. When not working, Jason enjoys spending time with the running community, as he has participated and finished 8 marathons. Growing up for most of his early years in the Midwest, he attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Mr. Testerman is passionate about the Sterling community and wants to make a real difference to our rising youth. Go Patriots!!
Rony Coker and her husband, Darren, moved to Sterling Park in 1992. They raised 3 children here, while volunteering on the Guilford PTA, the Lower Loudoun Football League, the Lower Loudoun Baseball League and the Lower Loudoun Softball League. This is Rony’s fifth year on the Sterling Foundation Board of Directors and leads the Sterling community stream clean up. She works at Park View High School and is known as an environmental enthusiast. She cares about the planet, our waterways and being able to enjoy fresh blue crabs. Her favorite place in all of Sterling is her front porch. A porch like no other. Darren brought Rony a piece of her beloved West Virginia by building a very unique porch for their home here in Sterling.
Rony is known as the woman who could sell a comb to a bald man. She likes doing what she does and enjoys being with people.
Todd and his wife of 26 years, Tracy, moved their young family into the Sterling area in 2004. His two children, both graduated of Park View, are now grown and married with kids of their own. Todd is a doting grandfather, a graduated of Penn State University, and currently works as a real estate agent with the Weichart Group. Although he’s slowed down a little in his middle-aged years, Todd still enjoys most outdoor activities and can regularly be found at many of the county vineyards and breweries with his wife and friends on the weekends. He enjoys wood working and is also a member of several community organizations, including VFW Post 1177, American Legion Post 150, and has been a member of the Sterling Foundation for several years.