Blase J. Spinozzi, Chairperson
Trudy Holand, Secretary
Trudy Holand and her spouse have lived in the Greenburgh community over forty years during which time Ms. Holand has been a proud homemaker and mother. While her three children attended the Ardsley schools, Ms. Holand was a very active volunteer in the school community in various capacities. Despite her busy schedule in community affairs, Ms. Holand was engaged in her self-founded business as an event planner.
Timothy Hays has been a resident of Hastings-on-Hudson since 1996. A former journalist, he is a literary and film agent, editor, and speechwriter.
Seth Zuiho Segall
Seth is a Zen Buddhist priest and retired clinical psychologist who has lived in Greenburgh since 2008. He was Director of Psychology at Waterbury Hospital (1998- 2004) and a clinical faculty member at the Yale University School of Medicine (1981- 2009). He is an author whose books include Buddhism and Human Flourishing (2020) and The House We Live in: Virtue, Wisdom, and Pluralism (2023). Seth leads the congregation at Pamsula Zen of Westchester, is a contributing editor to Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and a member of the White Plains Religious Leaders. He served on the board of the Juniper Hill Civic Association (2009-2018) and on the Town of Greenburgh Climate Action Task Force (2008-2012) and currently serves on the town’s Sustainability and Energy Efficiency Committee.