Cobble Hill Association Executive Board
The CHA Executive Board is comprised of volunteer community members who are elected by their neighbors. Each serves a two-year term.
A resident of Brooklyn since 1993, Amy moved to Cobble Hill in 2006. She and her wife, Sabine, and their son live on Henry Street. Amy works as an independent business consultant for creative businesses — primarily architects and interior designers.
First Vice President
A documentary filmmaker and a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts, Michael moved to the neighborhood in 1999. He and his wife, Jennifer, and their two daughters live on Clinton Street.
George Emilio Sanchez
Second Vice President
George moved to Cobble Hill in 1999. He is the chairperson of the Performing and Creative Arts Department at the City University of New York’s College of Staten Island. He also serves on the Executive Council of the Professional Staff Congress, the union for faculty and staff in CUNY and is the Performance Director for Emergenyc, a program that explores the intersection between arts and activism. George has three daughters, Amalia, Julieta, and Graciela.
Charles (Chip) McEnhill
Chip and his wife Ali moved to the Cobble Hill Towers in 2014. They look forward to starting a family in Cobble Hill in the coming years. A senior accountant with an investment bank, Chip previously worked for a Fortune 30 company in Pennsylvania in its corporate accounting office, and at a regional CPA firm in Philadelphia where he obtained and still holds an active CPA license.
A resident of Cobble Hill since the spring of 1972, Bennette is an attorney with Schlam Stone & Dolan in Manhattan. She and her husband, Eliot Long, live on Clinton Street. Their daughter, Carolyn Kramer, who grew up in Cobble Hill, now lives in Brooklyn Heights with her family.
Leslie became a resident of Brooklyn in 1991 and moved to Cobble Hill in 1999. She and her husband Clifford live on Congress Street, where they raised their son and daughter. Leslie recently retired as a founding partner of Art+Commerce, an agency representing photographers, stylists and art directors, among others. Leslie also serves on the board of BRIC.
A former newspaper columnist, magazine editor, and web company executive, Susan is a freelance writer, editor, and consultant. She has lived in Cobble Hill since 2004.