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Board Members
Our MISSION as a Board is to make Parkside a highly desirable place to live
while enhancing property value through:

• Providing best in class facilities and grounds that are safe and secure for
our residents.
• Making fiscally responsible decisions in the operations of the community.
• Making long-term, value-driven investment decisions.
• Providing a transparent decision making process that is inclusive, timely,
and customer-service oriented.
• Promoting a sense of community and reinforcing Parkside’s role as a leader
in the West End.
Parkside at Alexandria is governed by a board of directors. Each member of the board is elected to a specific term by the association members. Board members typically take lead responsibility to oversee and address various operational issues (e.g.., maintenance, finances, security, architectural review, etc.). In addition, Committees and Task Forces can be formed as necessary to address special topics.

Walter Alesevich
President of the Association since 2011; prior to that served on the Budget and Finance Committee (including as it Chair), since the Association’s inception.  Professionally, Is a long-time attorney with the Postal Service, and a graduate of Yale College, Yale Law School and Yale’s School of Organization and Management (Business School).  

Vice President
Doug Koeser
I am a registered landscape architect and certified arborist working for a multi-disciplined Architectural and Engineering firm. I have been the vice president of Parkside of Alexandria since the summer of 2015 and have been either on or the head of the PAX Grounds Facilities and Amenities Committee since 2011.
I was very involved in coordination with VDOT and the City of Alexandria in preventing a 30' wall from being constructed across the street from our community. This year I have been in contact with the Mayor of Alexandria as well as other City of Alexandria committees to get increased lighting and possible crosswalk improvements for the intersection of Maris Rd. and N. Van Dorn St. These improvements should be occurring relatively soon

Jeremy Hogg
Jeremy Hogg has served on the Parkside Board since its inception, serving in the role of president for 5 years, treasurer, and now Director of Operations.  During his time as president he led the planning and project execution of the clubhouse project, a $500k project that has added significant value for the association.  Professionally, Jeremy works in management consulting advising federal clients on real estate and facilities planning.  Jeremy holds a Bachelors in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia and an MBA from UNC Chapel Hill. 

Member at large
Emily Weaver
Emily Weaver has served the Parkside Community since 2006 as a member of the Architectural Committee, Grounds, Facilities & Amenities Committee and has chaired the Rules and Regulations Committee.  Educated in medical administration, she has been in a number of volunteer and administrative positions from office manager to hospital case management during her travels as a proud Navy spouse.

Member at large
Mark Benedict
Mark has lived at what is now Parkside since 1990, first as a  renter at Jamestowne Village then as Parkside Owners since March of 2006.  Mark was the second person elected to the Owner Board in June 2007 and has served Parkside for almost a decade as President, acting President, Vice President, and Vice President for Public Affairs.  Mark has been involved with the highest levels of Alexandria City Government for over 25 years (he served for 7 years as co-Chair of the City’s BRAC-133 Advisory Group) and brings that experience and those networks to the PAX Board and COA.  Mark’s background is as an Attorney and Senior Staff Officer for the Federal Government where he has served for 26 years.  Besides the law, Mark is an expert strategic planner and project manager.  He currently leads two nationwide Federal employee organizations.  Mark and wife Patty received one of the first Parkside Beautification project awards in 2008 for “Patty Park.”  Mark’s proudest achievements as a member of the PAX Board are his work on behalf of Owners and residents with disabilities, the HAWK signal at Maris and Van Dorn, and the dedication of the vacant tract adjoining PAX as a dedicated City Park and nature preserve which can never be developed in June 2013.