Pat is a resident of University City and has been an involved citizen for many years. She is currently on the Planning Commission. She is also an MBA student at St Louis University.
Jerrold is a retired engineer, is currently on a University City commission, and has been a candidate for city office. He has lived in the St Louis area for 50 years, and is originally from St Paul, Minnesota.
Barbara Heise is a broker with RE/MAX Results who has been in the real estate industry since 1974. Barbara is a co-founder of WITH Action. In addition to representing buyers and sellers Barbara has expertise as a property developer, property manager and as an assistant to a mortgage banker.
Barbara also was co-owner of a real estate brokerage for 4 years. The majority of Barbara’s business has been concentrated on urban and inner suburban living and promoting the advantages of diversity in housing stock and cultures.Barbara has been involved in local politics throughout the years.
Phyllis is an activist in her community. She attends all of the council meetings and is committed to doing the right things for citizens. She has been very involved with police misconduct, school issues and equitable services for all.
Rosalind Williams , MUP, is an urban planner with 40 years of experience creating healthy,
sustainable, and equitable communities and the co-founder and board president of WITH. She is a
former Director of Planning and Development for the City of Ferguson, Missouri. She initiated
Missouri’s PACE legislation, created downtown form-based coding, and advocated for a Social
Compact Drilldown in North St. Louis County. As planning director in Kirkwood, MO., Ms.
Williams was responsible for the Meacham Park TIF Redevelopment Project, one of the first in
the state to use the commercial portion of the project as the economic engine to redevelop a
disinvested residential neighborhood. In Berkeley, Missouri she administered community
development programs, including Urban Homesteading and acquisition/rehab/resell of HUD
properties. She began her planning career in Ithaca, New York, where she helped create the
first small-city Neighborhood Housing Services organization in the country.