SVL Board of DirectorsChristopher Huntingford: Secretary
I discovered the Spring Valley Lake community in 2014, in the midst of a company transfer. Upon stumbling upon the development, I was immediately attracted to the water and amazing uniqueness that Spring Valley Lake presented. The ability to safely take long walks, fish, enjoy community events, and be a part of something
inimitable spoke to my family. I began as a renter. Seventeen months later, I purchased that very house.
My son, thirteen years old, attends Excelsior Charter School, and as a father I can trust in the dedication Public Safety has for our community. I have volunteered with organizing two Christmas parades, and am currently working on the Polar Bear Plunge event, as a way to bring us together.
My family and I have enjoyed every moment that we have been honored to call Spring Valley Lake home. We have a microcosm of society here of caring, passionate residents, ready to uphold our reputation as a great community. Serving on the board, I will continue to push forward the notion that this is the place to live, and I feel we have the strong infrastructure in place to make a difference.
Professionally, I have been a corporate citizen for fifteen years, currently serving as a call center manager for Verizon, with many projects and management titles behind me. In my spare time, I write fantasy fiction books, and hold a Bachelors in Religion from Vanguard University.
During my time in Spring Valley Lake, I have immersed myself in the issues that surround us. As a lake in a drought-stricken environment, it is imperative that we continue to take course that keeps us as self- sustaining, so we may enjoy this lake for years to come. Our public safety must continue to be at the forefront of our thoughts. Wal-Mart, with its ever looming shadow, must be kept at bay, to keep our community safe, from crime and traffic.
As board member, I promise you that my goals will be 1) Communication with transparency. 2) Public Safety. 3) Protection of our environment. 4) Financial strength. 5) Modernization.