Norman S. Lisy is Secretary/Treasurer of Alexandria Families for Safe Streets (AFSS). Norm has worked across a wide spectrum of businesses and community services: as a parish clergyman, hospital and police chaplain, and an elected school board member. He was Financial and Operations Manager with AT&T for Telecommunication Relay Services which provides translation services between deaf as well as disabled and hearing persons under Title IV of the ADA.
A trauma survivor, he advocates for safe streets working with all kinds of people who are interested in winning safe streets.
Norm is a graduate of Concordia Seminary (M. Div) and Northern Illinois University (MBA).
Brian Shankman lives in Old Town Alexandria, and is a board member both of Alexandria Families for Safe Streets and NoVA FSS. Brian spent most of his career in travel-related industries, has walked in all 50 US states and dozens of countries. Prior to moving to Alexandria, he resided in pedestrian-friendly cities, such as London, as well as several car-friendly cities in Texas. He is an avid walker.
Brian holds a masters degree in mathematics from the University of Texas and an MBA from the University of Dallas. He enjoys playing and teaching piano along with traveling the world.