Keith Eby is a lifelong resident of Lower Gwynedd and lives in Gwynedd Valley with his wife, two daughters, and dog. He attended Germantown Academy and Temple University. Keith is a portfolio manager with Haverford Trust, responsible for helping individuals and institutions manage their current and financial needs. Keith currently sits on the WVWA Development Committee, finding and securing sources of funding so the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association can fulfill its mission. He has also served on other organization committees including Springside Chestnut Hill Academy and the Penllyn Club. Keith is an avid trail user and understands first-hand the community and environmental benefits of the protecting open space along the Wissahickon Creek.
Kate Harper has been a partner at Timoney Knox since 1997. She was also a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the House of Representatives, representing eastern Montgomery County for eighteen years. Kate has a general practice, but focuses on land use (particularly municipal, conservation and zoning law), real estate and civil.
Kate has been a friend to the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association, and more importantly, a friend to open space protection in the Watershed, for decades. She worked with local municipal leadership to help WVWA get support from 13 municipalities in the watershed to adopt an intergovernmental agreement for developing a shared plan for improving water quality in the Wissahickon Creek. Kate was also instrumental in the protection of Penllyn Woods, 77-acre wooded nature preserve and park in Lower Gwynedd Township.