Board of Directors
Cathy is a resident and a working professional.
An original member of the organization, she is now secretary. Amy is a professional and is a member of the Peninsula’s Infrastructure Committee.
A resident and retired accountant, Judy is in charge of the organization’s finances. She is also a member of the Fundraising Committee.
Kathy is a retired school teacher from the Mobile County Public School System. She is passionate about ridding our community of litter and is a member of the Adopt-A-Block project.
Leader in the Gulf Dale Community Tim is also a member of the Dog River Clearwater Revival organization.
A resident of West Mobile, Dr. Richardson is part of the team at Baheth Research & Development Laboratories, Ltd. He is active throughout the community.
Rymona is active with the grassroots organization Revitalize DIP. She is a professional and brings with her coordination and organizational skills.
Sher is a former resident of the community and is an experienced event coordinator and grant writer.
Resident with deep family ties. He is also an avid cyclist.
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Advisor. Also a resident, she has expertise in environmental research and law and able to help with statistical data needed.
Gail is a longtime resident of the Perch Creek area. She is retired from the University of South Alabama.
Co‐founder and long time resident and community leader she brings knowledge, contacts and organizational skills to our group.
Debi is a resident and longtime community leader. She is a former journalist and spent four years serving in Mobile’s first mayoral administration.
Sue is immediate Past Chairman of the Board and is a resident of the community. She brings with her nearly 40 years of real estate experience as well as many strong relationships within the business and civic community.
Storm Water Management and Watershed Expert. Is currently working to update the Dog River Watershed Management Plan and include the Garrow’s Bend (North Mobile Bay) area which. These plans will directly affect our Peninsula.
She oversees marine, estuarine and freshwater restoration, coastal ecology, regional conservation efforts and linking communities with resources. She also is a resident.
A nonprofit environmental organization with over 4,000 members ‐‐ all with a common interest in preserving and protecting the beauty, health and heritage of the Mobile Bay Watershed. Their priorities are clean water, clean air and healthy communities and help us accordingly. Peninsula of Mobile Advisory Members and Roles
Crepe Myrtle Bike Trail (CMT) has been adopted by this group and is now the southernmost leg of the proposed City‐wide Mobile Coastal Trail. The Peninsula of Mobile is a partner. We, along with partner DRCR, provide the hospitality booth at McNally Park during the annual event and long‐range planning guidance.
Has access to statistical data concerning Insurance Rates and their impact on the Peninsula area.
Municipal zoning attorney.
Worked for City of Mobile; is now working for Orange Beach. She is an expert in zoning and ordinances. Is able to assist with any questions concerning zoning, Form Base Code and a LID Plan.
Low Impact Development (LID) expert, helped guide the research needed for a LID Plan for the Miracle Mile (area between Levene Road and Cedar Park Drive).
Partner Specializes in local development regulation, land use planning and historic preservation. She, along with Charlen LeBleu’s classes studied and made recommendations for the Peninsula.
Board Member for DRCR and KMB and long time “worker‐bee” for the Peninsula. Will be able to keep us abreast of any potential partnerships or conflicts we may have with these groups.
Their mission is to improve and protect Alabama’s coastal environment through cooperation, education, and participation. They help us with education, funding opportunities and volunteer assistance.