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Meet Our Team

The Westchase District Community Fund is the charitable arm of Westchase District, formed in 2010 to advance the District’s goals and objectives, as well as to align donor support with area needs. The WDCF is a tax-exempt organization, overseen by a volunteer board of leading citizens, that raises and grants money to advance projects and programs that improve the quality of life for all who live, work and visit Westchase District.

Chair – Craig Eichhorn
A longtime resident of Westchase District, Craig is a public relations specialist with the Alief Independent School District.

Vice Chair – Kimberly Crow
Kimberly has worked for the Alief Independent School District for more than two decades. Currently, she serves as AISD’s Director of Career and Technical Education & Innovation.

Treasurer – Louis Jullien
A resident of Westchase District, Louis works full time for Westchase District as Parks Programming Director.

Secretary – Keitha Gallien
Keitha is a marketing consultant, who works part-time as a Guest Service Attendant at Woodchase Park. Keitha grew up in the Alief area and returned to live in Westchase District in 2016.

John Dombrowski
John is retired from a career as a Petroleum Geologist. He worked 23 years for Texaco before becoming an independent consultant. Later he owned his own exploration company. John and his wife Julia live in Lakeside Forest. You’ll find him every Thursday shopping for farm fresh food and local products at the Westchase District Farmers Market.

Ricky Gonzalez
Ricky is a senior project manager with Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam, Inc., an engineering firm located in Westchase District.

Lisa Iparrea
Lisa is Director of Client Services for West Houston Assistance Ministries. She has previously been associated with WHAM as a member of the Board of Directors and as a volunteer.

Blair Johnson
A longtime resident of Westchase District with her husband Tim, Blair is founder/owner of Blair Johnson Wellness. She is a Certified Health & Wellness Coach.

Dozie Oheri
Dozie is Founder/CEO of Choose to DO, a nonprofit organization that provides mental health resources to predominantly black teens 13 – 19 years old, in low income communities.

If you’re interested in joining our board of directors, please email your resume to