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2020 Crosspointe Election Candidate Biography for Randy Cotten Inadvertently Left Out of Jan/Feb 2020 Chronicle

Please consider Randy Cotten for the election as you would the other five nominees that were included in the latest Chronicle (and below).  At the time of election, four positions will be chosen. 

Randy Cotten - Chase Glen Circle

My family has called Crosspointe home for over three years. In that time, we have met many incredible neighbors, enjoyed the community’s abundant amenities, and had our decision to join the neighborhood reaffirmed time and time again.  As a Trustee, I will work diligently to preserve the attributes that make Crosspointe one of Northern Virginia’s premier communities. I believe that fiscal responsibility and transparency are critical in the decision-making process of any successful community and will work to ensure that the Board continues to uphold the interests of Crosspointe residents with these principles in mind. Further, with the planned police substation on Lorton Road, the ongoing residential and commercial development at the former Lorton Reformatory, and countless other initiatives underway around us, I will work to ensure that Crosspointe is well-represented in these discussions as our neighborhood continues to grow. As a proud parent of two young children, I look forward to promoting and strengthening community-building activities for our families. From inviting Santa to visit during the holidays to serving as a gathering place for Scouting activities and board game enthusiasts, we can all benefit from getting to know our neighbors through shared experiences. I have held several leadership positions in both my professional and personal life, and recently concluded a two-year detail with the senior leadership team at a large Federal agency. I have served on Crosspointe’s Pool Committee for the past three years and look forward to the opportunity to continue to serve our community as a Trustee.

Andrew Haskins – Chase Glen Circle

When I think of home, I cannot help but think of Crosspointe.  I moved here in the second grader and left to attend college and start a family of my own.  The atmosphere, amenities and sense of community that make Crosspointe so unique have left me many fond memories and reserved it a special place in my heart.  

I have been an employee of the federal government for over 15 years, serving in a variety of security, innovation and leadership roles.  In my spare time, I am a Cub Scout leader, coach for various sports teams, and active in my church.   I was elected to the Crosspointe Board of Trustees in 2018 and have also been member of the Crosspointe Open Space Committee.

As a former resident who has returned to Crosspointe with young children, I believe I bring a unique perspective to the Board.  I have learned a lot during the past two years on the Board and I look forward to using that knowledge on the association’s behalf for another term.  In particular, I am excited to stand up a Crosspointe Communications Committee to help share information and increase community awareness.  I would also be honored to be able to continue to work with other volunteers on the Social Committee, building on the progress that has already been made to expand and solidify our Crosspointe community.  I thank you for your time and respectfully request your vote in the upcoming election.


Ashley O'Donnell - Silvercreek Court

Crosspointe family, we’ve entered a new decade (woah, can you believe it?!)…it’s an exciting time for us and I’m honored to be considered as a BOT candidate. My husband, Rick, and dog, Remy, have been residents of Crosspointe since 2015 and we selected to live here because of the amazing community/neighbors, great location, beautiful trails/outdoor space, and stellar schools.

Five things about me…

1.     I’m an energetic, positive, and driven consultant and talent leader with over a decade of experience leading teams serving in the public/private sectors.

2.     My professional focus is across talent, inclusion, organizational development, strategic communications, program management, and facilitation, all of which complements my M.S. in Organization Development and Knowledge Management (George Mason University) and my B.A. in Spanish (Davidson College).

3.     I’m committed to this community and love connecting with people – which stems from being a frequent hospitality transplant, growing up and living in Boston, Austin, Toronto, and Dubai. #nevermetastranger

4.     Your voice and ideas matter to me. We’ve entered the roaring ‘20s – a new decade which holds so much promise. I’m eager to hear your voice and learn what you’re passionate about. You are the voice of the community.

5.     I’m a Pure Barre enthusiast, an aspiring Peloton rider/yogi/meditator, a wine-loving cook, and a rescue dog lover.

I’m ready to infuse my energy and positivity into our community and I’m eager to see where we can go together in this decade. Thank you for your consideration and remember…Do

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    Thursday 27-Feb
    Meeting to be held in the Glen Eagles Community Center.

    Saturday 29-Feb
    We meet at the Glen Eagles Community Center. See you there!

    Monday 02-Mar
    • ARB MEETING, 7:00 PM
    at the Community Center

    Tuesday 03-Mar
    at the Community Center. First meeting of the season.

    Wednesday 04-Mar
    in Crosspointe Community Center

    Thursday 05-Mar
    • GIRL SCOUT TROOP 52004, 5:30-7:30 PM
    at the Community Center