The Washington Home team is committed to working to support innovative and compassionate programs that improve quality of life for the elderly and those in end-of-life care in the Washington, DC area.
Board of Directors
Sharon Collins Casey
Sharon Collins Casey joined the Board of Directors in 2003 and became Board Chair in 2013. As Board Chair, she has led the repositioning of the organization from being a non-profit provider of care to nursing home residents and hospice patients to becoming a charitable foundation. The foundation is focused on the mission of supporting elderly and/or terminally ill residents in the Washington, DC area. Sharon practiced corporate/securities law for more than 20 years. She has a BA degree from Wellesley College and a JD degree from Harvard Law School.
Oak is a principal in Douglass Winthrop Advisors, LLC, an SEC registered investment advisory firm.
Prior to joining Douglass Winthrop, he served as Chief Financial Officer and Partner at the Grosvenor Funds, a Washington, DC- based venture capital firm where he made and managed venture investments in early-stage technology and healthcare companies.
Oak currently serves as Vice Chair of The Washington Home and has previously served as Treasurer and Chair of the Finance, Investment and Compensation Committees of the board.
He also serves on the Board of the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation as a member of the Execute Committee and Chair of the Finance committee.
Oak received an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and a BA from The George Washington University.
Marijke Jurgens-Dupree graduated from Georgetown University and completed her graduate school studies in International Economics and Strategic Studies from Johns Hopkins University (SAIS).
She is currently Vice-Chair of the JHU SAIS Board of Advisors, and a Board Member of the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW).
Brian is Co-Founder and Principal of the Sargent Investment Group. He has broad experience helping investors construct dynamic portfolios as well as designing and implementing execution strategies. Brian holds his series 7, 63 and 65 registrations.
Brian graduated from Middlebury College with a B.A. in Economics, and he holds an MBA and a Master of Finance from Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School.
He is a member of the Advisory Board for his alma mater, McDonogh School, in Baltimore, MD. Brian also serves on The Washington Home’s Investment Committee and Finance Committee.
David T. Canham IV, CIMA
Dave is Managing Director & Senior Wealth Advisor at IBIO Capital. With more than 25 years of financial advisor experience, Dave manages the planning and investment needs for affluent families, individuals and non-profits.
He also collaborates with trusted professionals, including attorneys, CPAs, insurance specialists, and investment specialists for clients.
Dave has held successful tenures at global institutions such as Alex. Brown & Sons, its successor Deutsche Bank Securities, and Merrill Lynch.
Dave holds a Bachelor of Art in History from Denison University. And he is a Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) — certification administered by Investment and Wealth Institute and taught in conjunction with The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He also completed The Institute’s Endowments and Foundations program.
Currently, Dave is the chair of The Washington Home’s Governance Committee, and also serves on both the Investment and Finance Committees.
Jill Marcel DeTemple
Jill is a principal and founder of September First Partners, LLC, a residential real estate investment company.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Vanderbilt University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
In addition to serving as a board member of The Washington Home, Jill also serves on the board of directors for the Oil Painters of America.
Jill re-joined The Washington Home’s board of directors in 2021. Previously she served on its board from 2006 to 2014, in the role of Development Committee Chair.
Keith Eig, CLU, CLTC
Keith is a principal at Greenberg, Wexler & Eig, LLC. He specializes in individual insurance planning, long-term care insurance, and serves as the firm’s Managing Partner.
Keith has been active in the insurance industry and has been a member of NAIFA-GW since 1990, serving as President in 2005–2006.
In 2009, Keith was the 62nd recipient of the Bernard L. Wilner Award, an honor given by the Greater Washington Foundation of Insurance and Financial Advisors in recognition of high standards of conduct and service to the industry and the community.
Keith is the past President of GWFIFA, an industry foundation that raises money for local youth charities. And he is also Chairman of the Greens and Grounds Committee at the Woodmont Country Club in Potomac, MD.
Gregory A. Faron
Greg is a Partner at CityPartners, a development group focused on creating partnerships for the acquisition, design, and development of commercial, residential, and mixed-use real estate.
With more than 14 years of experience, Greg is responsible for the identification of real estate investment/development opportunities, business plan creation and execution, capital markets strategy, and asset disposition for real estate projects and partnerships focused in the Washington, DC area.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College. He is an active member of both the Urban Land Institute and the Real Estate Group in Washington, DC.
Alan S. Helfer, CPA
Alan is the managing member of HelferBell, LLC. He has more than 35 years of public accounting experience in providing comprehensive and specific tax, consulting, litigation support and business advisory services to national and international clients.
Alan’s expertise encompasses business and individual planning, entity structure, expert witness testimony, federal/state tax controversy, tax compliance, estate and trust services, and the design and implementation of accounting systems.
He holds a BS in Accounting from the University of Maryland, University College. Alan is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Greater Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, and the Washington DC Estate Planning Council.
Edward (Ted) H. Lamade
Ted Lamade is a managing director on the Carnegie Institution for Science’s endowment team. In his role at Carnegie, he is responsible for sourcing new investments, monitoring existing managers, making asset allocation decisions, reporting to the investment committee, and working alongside the chief investment officer in all other areas relating to the $1.1 billion portfolio.
Areas of coverage include public and private equity, real estate, real assets, venture capital, and growth equity.
Prior to joining Carnegie, Lamade worked as a portfolio manager at Brown Advisory and was a vice president on the global interest desk at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
He holds an MBA from The Darden School of Business, an MALS in international affairs from Georgetown University, and a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Virginia.
Robin Goodpasture Moore
Robin joined The Washington Home’s Board of Directors in 2013. Robin worked for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) for 8 years and now has her own organizing business. She has a BA degree from Gettysburg College and an MPA from UNC-Charlotte.
Phyllis is the driving force behind TWH’s mission and operations. She has more than 30 years of international and domestic experience working with new venture start-ups, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and more.
She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and a Master of Business Administration from the George Washington University.
Phyllis has spearheaded the recent transition from The Washington Home & Community Hospices to The Washington Home Foundation, and now oversees the management and annual distribution of the endowment.
Chenelyn creates and stewards effective community engagement programs that support the TWH mission.
She has extensive experience in database management, digital communications, fostering donor support and cultivating community connections.
Raj oversees the financial tracking and reporting for the organization and ensures compliance with accounting rules and regulations.
Tiffany Oscar, LICSW
Tiffany is a program manager at The Washington Home. She oversees the development and implementation of charitable programming that aims to connect social and community resources with the elderly and terminally-ill residents, in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
Prior to joining The Washington Home, Tiffany worked as a social worker in various capacities including: learning and development, outreach, and providing clinical counseling services to vulnerable populations.
Tiffany earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas-Austin, and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from American University. She is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Washington, DC.
Interest Areas: Emotional Wellness, Yoga & Meditation, End of Life Discussions
Mohamed works with the financial team as an accountant. He is responsible for managing the accounts payable process and maintaining the accounting and investment records.
Prior to joining The Washington Home, Mohamed had 10 years of experience working in an accounting firm handling all aspects of Accounts Receivable, Payable, Journal Entry Preparation/Posting, Account Reconciliation, Profit & Lost, Balance Sheets, and Cost Accounting. He earned his BS in Accounting from RMIT University, Sri Lanka.