Amie Hayes is the Historic Resources Specialist for Save Our Heritage Organization (SOHO), a historic preservation non-profit. She also serves on Uptown Planners and chairs the Historic Resources Subcommittee. A Chicago native, Amie comes from a civic-minded household, and learned early the value of community involvement.
She moved to Bankers Hill two years ago from the east coast, where she worked as a planner for the City of Somerville (MA) after earning a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation & Planning from Boston University.
A native San Diegan, Nancy has been an Uptown activist for many years. A several decades long career in newspapers included work at the San Diego U-T, Gannett and as a Corporate Sales Director and General Manager of a daily newspaper for News Media Corporation, a nationwide newspaper company. In 2002 Nancy returned to SD to join forces with her now wife, Ann Garwood, to partner in Ann’s successful Ad Ink Advertising Agency and together create a successful publication and community website, HillQuest.
Nancy’s community activism includes service as past board member and President of the Hillcrest Business Association, Vice Chair of the Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce, co-founder of the Hillcrest History Guild, founding member of the Hillcrest Town Council and this organization, board member of many organizations including Save Our Heritage Organisation (SOHO) and the former Uptown Community Parking District Board where she served as Council President Todd Gloria’s appointee. Nancy and Ann have been recipients of many community awards for their volunteer and business efforts.
Jeanne Rawlings has been a Bankers Hill homeowner since 1991 and serves on the board of the Bankers Hill Community Group. Moving to San Diego from the East Coast in 1990, she continued her professional interior design career with a leading San Diego architectural firm until 2012, when she began a new career path with UC San Diego. She is currently a senior facilities planner with UC San Diego Health. She has been actively involved in Bankers Hill community organizations for many years and is committed to maintaining the integrity of Bankers Hill, promoting its prestigious history and supporting its growth as a highly desirable urban neighborhood.
John Percy is a retired community planner. He grew up near Cleveland, Ohio. He received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from General Motors Institute in Flint, Michigan in 1970 and a Master of City Planning from Georgia Tech in 1973.