Madla Park Board of Directors
Ron Green – Chairman
Ronald Green, Ph.D., P.G. is an Institute Scientist at Southwest Research Institute where he has worked in hydrology and environmental geophysics since the late 1980s. Lately, his work has concentrated on the water resources of south-central and west Texas. In addition to the Sen. Frank Madla, Jr. Natural Area Board, Ron serves as a member of the state Board for The Nature Conservancy, the National Cave and Karst Research Institute Board, the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance Board, and The Children’s Shelter Foundation Board.
Storms Duthie – Vice Chairman
Storms is currently employed as a full time Licensed Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives-Select Properties in Helotes, Texas. He also is involved with numerous nonprofit organizations in different capacities, often as a project manager. Education includes an Undergraduate degree and Graduate degree in Adult Education from the University of Incarnate Word. Job experience includes; full time faculty member with San Antonio Academy of Texas, instructor with San Antonio Art Institute, USAF Veteran. Senator Frank L. Madla Jr. Natural Area Board Member Since 2011
Elaine Daniel – Secretary
Susan Beavin – Board Member
Kyle Cunningham – Board Member
John Chaffee – Board Member
John has been a resident of Grey Forest for more than 30 years, participating in the community as a former member of city council, and as a steward for maintaining the natural beauty of the city. He is a Senior Network Engineer at USAA, working there for 18 years. He is also the webmaster for the Madla Park website.
Jen Nottingham – City Council Liaison
Jen Nottingham moved to Grey Forest from the Southside of San Antonio with her parents in 1959. She attended Helotes Elementary, Pat Neff Middle School, John Marshall High School, and obtained an Associate’s Degree from San Antonio College. Growing up in Grey Forest, Jen enjoyed riding horseback on dirt roads, swimming in the spring fed pool, and digging for treasure when she took the family garbage to the dump at SLPC on Saturday morning. She left for the University of Texas, Austin, in 1972, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. Jen and her husband, Jeff Davis, purchased the Reidner property in spring 1990. She spent 28 years in the Texas Public School system. Jen taught reading to migrant farm worker children in Edgewood ISD, first and third grade in Northside ISD, and first grade and reading in Bandera ISD. Jen has represented City Council on the Madla Park Board since its inception. She has served on the City Council since 2002.