Board of Directors

Kay | Office Manager

Kay joined the Sky Harbour staff in July of 2017.  Kay is responsible organizing and coordinating office operations and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency.  She manages an association business filing system for association articles of incorporation, bylaws and other important records is important in this job position as well.  Kay is responsible for coordinating meetings, reserving facilities and putting together meeting agendas.

Please feel free to stop in the office to meet Kay and share any concerns, or likes, that you may have about the community.

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Cheryl Von Braun | President

  • Presides at all SHHOA Board meetings
  • Makes sure orders and resolutions are carried out
  • Signs contracts and co-signs checks

Tiffany Williams | Vice President

  • Takes the place of the President when he/she is absent
  • Performs other duties as required
  • Signs contracts and co-signs checks

Tom Wells | Secretary – Treasurer

  • Keeps meeting minutes
  • Records votes
  • Signs contracts on behalf of the association
  • Sends meeting notifications
  • Keeps member records current
  • Receives and deposits monies
  • Signs checks
  • Keeps the accounting books
  • Prepares the annual budget

Price Ross | Architectural Chairman

Price joined the Sky Harbour Board in September of 2016.  The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) is chaired by a Mr. Ross of the SHHOA Board with two or three members of the community as members.   The ARC is responsible for reviewing home building plans, both new construction and modifications and for the enforcement of the provisions of the ARC Guidelines.  All members should have a copy of the ARC Guidelines.


Nathaniel Sonntag | Recreational Chairman

Nathaniel joined the Sky Harbour Board in September of 2017.  The Parks & Recreation Committee is chaired by  Mr. Sonntag of the SHHOA Board with two or three members of the community as members.  The purpose of the Park and Recreation Committee is to monitor park and recreation facilities and activities and to make recommendations for improvements, upgrades and additional facilities to the Board of Directors.


Brittiany Zamora | Trustee

Brittiany joined the Sky Harbour Board in September of 2017.


BLANK | Maintenance Chairman

The Maintenance Committee is chaired by a TBA of the SHHOA Board with two or three members of the community as members.  The Maintenance Committee shall advise the Board of Directors on all matters pertaining to the maintenance, repair or improvement of the Common Properties, including the entry landscaping, irrigation and lighting, and the boat ramp and dock, and shall perform such other functions as the Board determines.


Kim Baker| Trustee

Kim joined the Sky Harbour staff in …


Margaret Lehman | Trustee

Margaret joined the Sky Harbour Board in May of 2017.


Emily Matlock | Trustee

Emily joined the Sky Harbour Board in …


Fiduciary Relationship and Responsibility

The members of the board of directors and each officer of the association have a fiduciary relationship with the members of the association. This fiduciary relationship imposes obligations of trust and confidence in favor of the corporation and its members. It requires the members of the board to act in good faith and in the best interests of the members of the association. It means that board members must exercise due care and diligence when acting for the community, and it requires them to act within the scope of their authority.

The fact that the association is a not-for-profit corporation, or that the members of the board are volunteers and unpaid, does not relieve them from the high standards of trust and responsibility that the fiduciary relationship requires. When a member accepts a position on the board of directors, he or she is presumed to have knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of a board member. Board members cannot be excused from improper action on the grounds of ignorance or inexperience and liability of board members for negligence and mismanagement exists in favor of the association and the property owners.

Each board member must recognize the fiduciary relationship and the responsibilities that the board has to the association and each of its members. The board’s duties must be performed with the care and responsibility that an ordinary prudent person would exercise under similar circumstances, and the ultimate responsibilities of these unique positions cannot be delegated to a manager, a management company or other third party.