Greenspring Village Community Relations Committee
Jackson Bain, CRC Chair
Mr. Bain currently serves as Chair of the Communications Advisory Committee and is a member of the Governance and Internal Affairs Committee of NSC. He is also Chair of the Greenspring Village Board of Directors and its Community Relations Committee. Mr. Bain is Chairman and CEO of Bain and Associates, Inc., a public affairs consulting firm. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at the National Association of Children’s Hospitals. A communication expert and journalist with 30 years of experience, Mr. Bain joined NBC News in the 1970s as a White House and Congressional Correspondent and news anchor. He holds degrees in Journalism and Political Science from Reinhardt University and the University of Georgia.
Ms. Erstad serves as Treasurer of NSC, and as Chair of the Operations and Risk Management Committee, as a member of the Audit Committee, the Budget & Finance Committee, as Chair of the Riderwood Village Board of Directors, as well as serving on the Community Relations Committees of Ashby Ponds and Greenspring Village. She is a senior executive and a Chief Financial Officer in the healthcare, hospitality and financial services industries. Ms. Erstad has developed and implemented strategic plans, growth and reorganization strategies, and also participated in new product development. Her most recent position was Chief Operating Officer for ResortQuest. Her previous positions include Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Symphony Health Services, LLC; and Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at PHH Corporation. Ms. Erstad graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola College in Maryland and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Peggy Kellers – Director Living in Community
Ms. Kellers moved from Harrisonburg, VA, to Greenspring Village (GSV) in September, 2014. In 2016 she was elected to their Resident Council until her recent DLC appointment (June, 2019). She is active in her church serving as a counselor and Bible study leader. Ms. Kellers’ career focused on national-level leadership in sport and teaching & coaching at the collegiate level. Her career as a softball catcher, she played for 12 years on a team from Stratford, CT, winning 7 Nationals, 1 World Championship & a Pan American Gold Medal. In 1986, she was inducted into the USA Softball National Hall of Fame. After receiving her doctorate at Virginia in Sport Psychology, Ms. Kellers served as Executive Director & VP of a national organization which focused on enhancing sport leadership opportunities for women and minorities. During that time, she served on the USOC Budget Committee and as a Title IX Consultant. Ms. Kellers’ successful two-sport university coaching career (Softball & Volleyball) in Division I and III allowed her to serve on several NCAA Regional and National Sport Committees. The 8-person committee ranked, selected, and conducted the Tournaments. Ms. Kellers has two married siblings and two nieces.