Ronalda has been a dedicated member of the Friends of Wolf Trap since 2015, where her passion for conservation, nature, science, and the arts converge. With a professional background in business, sales and management, Ronalda brings strategic thinking, leadership expertise, and effective communication to her role.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Ronalda is a Virginia Master Naturalist and volunteer Park Ranger, demonstrating her commitment to environmental preservation and education. Her deep appreciation for the natural world aligns perfectly with her love for the arts, so she is honored to have the opportunity to support Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.
Allen Hoffman is “semi-retired” from a 32-year career in airport planning, where he has provided consulting services for more than 70 large- and medium-hub airports across the U.S., as well as Canada, Europe and the Middle East.
Allen focuses much of his time toward environmental stewardship and recently completed the Fairfax Master Naturalist program. He also serves as a site leader for the Fairfax County Park Authority’s Invasive Management Area Program and works with a team of volunteers to monitor a Bluebird box “trail” near his home in the Clarks Crossing area of Vienna. He also works with a local small business in the development and installation of landscape plans that incorporate Virginia native plants.
Allen is a member of the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, where he serves as the current Trail Overseer for Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. In this role he provides routine trail monitoring and maintenance duties as well as supporting the implementation of improvements to existing boardwalks, bridges and other trail infrastructure.
Allen is married to Julie and has lived in the Clarks Crossing neighborhood of Vienna since 2000, where they are raising their son who attends Marshall High School. Allen enjoys hiking, backpacking, woodworking, reading and traveling.
Sara enjoys volunteering and mobilizing groups of volunteers, particularly youth, to participate in community service projects. She volunteers with the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital and the BSA National Capital Area Council to teach Leave No Trace outdoor ethics and lead conservation service projects. In Fairfax County she serves as a site leader for the Fairfax County Park Authority Invasive Management Area program to remove invasive plants from public land, plants native trees with Fairfax ReLeaf, and labels storm drains with the Soil & Water Conservation District.
Jan Rehacek (informally Honza) is a mathematician with professional interests in Dynamical Systems, Machine Learning and Number Theory. He was born in the Czech Republic (hometown) and originally came to the USA to pursue PhD in Mathematics. He graduated from Georgia Tech in Atlanta with a thesis on chaotic billiards (and if billiards are not chaotic enough, he can always take up their study in the Analytic Beer seminar).
After living in Ohio, Georgia, New Mexico and New Jersey, Mr. Rehacek settled in Virginia. He has been supporting the activities of FOWT since 2017 and the next year became a summer volunteer ranger for the Wolf Trap park. He creates articles and photo blogs about the park and knows almost all the wild animals living in it by first name.
He enjoys anything creative and loves most of the carbon based life forms.
Board Liaison & Committee Member
Webmaster; Trails & Trail Counter Program
Mr. Reuss has lived in Vienna, Virginia for over 20 years with his family. Mr. Reuss is one of the original leaders involved in the First Time Campers (FTC) program. He can often be found at the Wolf Trap Farm Pond helping campers with the Fly Fishing activity during the FTC program.
Mr. Reuss is an advocate for getting youth interested and interacting with the great outdoors and with nature. He is very active in community service and has been recognized for his outstanding service by Volunteer Fairfax and with two Gold Medals from the Presidential Community Service Award committee.
Mr. Reuss is a former Board member, a liaison to the Board, and maintains the FOWT website along with helping to maintain the trail system and the trail counter program.
Board Member, Emeritus
Alan Day has served as the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club Supervisor of Communications, PATC Wolf Trap District Manager, & led the Wolf Trap Trail Performers Crew that built the blue-blazed trail around Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.
The trail received excellent support from the local community — of the 53 people that asked to be on the email list for work trips, 42 of them participated in at least one work trip.
Additionally, he serves as webmaster for the Bull Run Civil War Round Table & Friends of Fairfax Archaeology, has served on the Deepwood Board of Directors in Reston, & is a former Wood Badge-trained Boy Scout leader with two Eagle Scout sons.
Alan and his wife Janet have lived in Reston since 1971.
Alan was awarded a Career Intelligence Medal for exceptional achievement by the Central Intelligence Agency after he retired in 2003 with over 32 years of service. He then worked for SAIC as a US Government contractor, retiring in 2012.
He enjoys day hiking in the metro area, playing with computers, historical research, & reading.
Board Member, Emeritus
Michael Moran is a founding director of FOWT and recipient of the Phill Goetkin Award which honors individuals who have provided exemplary service to Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and to FOWT. Over the past 20 years he has had a special interest in environmental stewardship, working with the Sierra Club, PATC, the National Capital Area Garden Club, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and the Fairfax County Park Authority Natural Resource division.
Mike provided a major role in establishing hiking trails at WolfTrap, and has excellent rapport and working relationships with other organizations. He actively participates in training and interpretive hiking programs, and the development and improvement of the native gardens. He has provided leadership for Boy Scout Eagle projects. Along with his wife, Diane, he published a photo album entitled “Nature at Wolf Trap National Park: Year Round Discoveries.”
Mike’s professional career involved 40 years working in the international rural development sector. His management skills and practical experience in natural resources and hiking leadership directly complement the mission of FOWT.