Public Sector

(E) Commissioner Larry Maggi (Washington County)
Washington County Commissioner

Mr. Maggi began his service to Blueprints in November 1998 when he was the Washington County Sheriff, and chose to continue service when he was elected Commissioner in 2003. He currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Washington County Board of Commissioners.

(E) Mr. Scott Slagle, representing Commissioner Diana Irey-Vaughan (Washington County)
Washington County Commissioner

Mr. Slagle has been a dedicated Blueprints Board member since July of 2009. Mr. Slagle spent 22 years in commercial and retail banking and started his own company in 2014.  He is currently the owner and President of Commercial Funding Solutions, Inc. and holds a degree in Economics from Allegheny College.

(E) Hon. Michael J. Lucas, Esq.
Judge, Court of Common Pleas

Mr. Lucas has been with Blueprints since 2007.  He currently chairs the Personnel Committee and is a member of the Executive Board.  He resides in the Mid Mon Valley with his wife, Anna and their three children.  He is a 1989 graduate of W & J and 1992 Duquesne Law School Graduate.

(E) Commissioner Blair Zimmerman (Greene County)
Greene County Commissioner

Mr. Zimmerman is the Secretary of the Greene County Board of Commissioners, serving his third term. In addition to Blueprints, he is a member of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission. Commissioner Zimmerman was the longtime mayor of Waynesburg Borough, and is retired from Cumberland Mine, where he worked as a coal miner for 41 years. He has been involved in the Waynesburg-Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Co., Habitat for Humanity, Relay For Life, and Greene County United Way, and is an avid runner and cyclist. Commissioner Zimmerman is a member of Washington Street United Methodist Church and lives in Waynesburg. He has three children and three grandchildren.

Private Sector

Ms. Stacey Brodak
Waynesburg University

Ms. Brodak joined the Blueprints board in 2017. She is the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and University Relations at Waynesburg University. Experienced in government and corporate affairs, Ms. Brodak has a broad background in communications, donor stewardship, government and community relations, corporate social responsibility, leadership and management for both the private and public sectors. She has served as the president of Washington County Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and currently serves on the boards of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association, the Marcellus Shale Coalition and the ARC Human Services Foundation. Born in Carmichaels, Ms. Brodak lives in Washington, PA with her husband and son.

Ms. Eva Ahern
Peacock Keller

Ms. Ahern joined the Blueprints’ Board of Directors in 2020 and is a member of the Personnel Committee. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law and has clerked for the late Honorable Mark Mascara. At the conclusion of her clerkship, she worked as a Trust Officer with PNC Bank, N.A. Eva has worked for Peacock Keller since 2012, and has concentrated her practice in the areas of Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Elder Law.

Ms. Kelley Zebrasky
Washington School District

Ms. Zebrasky joined our board in 2021. She is the School Principal for Washington Park Elementary, as well as a Pennsylvania Federal Program Coordinator. She previously served on our Policy Council and is a member of the School Readiness Team. She is currently a member of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), and the Pennsylvania Principal’s Association. Ms. Zebrasky is a 1982 Graduate of West Liberty State College (now West Liberty University) and a 2001 Graduate of California University of Pennsylvania with a Masters in Educational Leadership.

Mr. Brian Flannery
Washington Auto Mall

Mr. Brian Flannery joined the Blueprints’ Board in 2020. He is the General Manager of Washington Auto Mall, Washington Hyundai. He attended Moon Area High School, Class of 2010. He is a Graduate of Washington and Jefferson College, Class of 2014. Mr. Flannery specializes in Business, Fundraising, Staffing, and PR Releases. He resides in Washington with his wife, Samantha, since 2015.

Mr. Michael Chaido
Washington Financial Bank

Michael Chaido is a dedicated leader, having returned to our Board after previously serving as Board President, showcasing his enduring commitment to our organization over the past decade. As CEO of Washington Financial Bank, he brings extensive expertise in finance and strategic management as chair of our Data Committee and serving on our Executive Committee.

Target Group

Rev. Dr. James Cherry
Community Volunteer

Rev. Cherry is a Vietnam Vet (USMC), has a doctorate in Theology, and is active in the church and his community. His areas of interest include human services and seniors in Greene County. He’s served on the Blueprints Board since 2016 and sits on the Community Services Committee.

Ms. Crystal Hartman
Community Volunteer

Ms. Hartman joined the Blueprints Board of Directors in early 2022. She is a past Head Start Policy Council member; serving as Treasurer for 2 years and a member for a total of 5 years. She is a graduate of the Blueprints Getting Ahead program. She enjoys volunteering with local organizations such as Neighbor to Neighbor, the Greenery Rehabilitation Center, and the local Food Bank. She currently resides in Strabane with her two children.

Mr. Richard Burgess
Community Volunteer

Mr. Burgess is an enthusiastic former Blueprints’ Board Member, returning in 2018 for an additional term. He is a past member of the Head Start Policy Council and past parent of a Head Start child. He has represented the agency on a number of community boards and initiatives, and currently serves as the Chair of the Blueprints’ Community Services Committee. Mr. Burgess is an officer at the State Forensic Unit at Torrance State Hospital.

Ms. Tiffaney Hobson
Community Volunteer

Ms. Hobson joined the Blueprints’ Board in the fall of 2018 after involvement with the Head Start Policy Council. She is an adjunct professor at Arizona State University where she teaches psychology and statistics courses within the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Locally, she is employed as a social worker/trauma educator at The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh.  Ms. Hobson has been a member of the Washington community for the past twelve years, and lives in town with her husband and four children.