Executive Board of Directors

Judy LancasterPresident

With a master’s degree in business administration, Judy is responsible for the operations of Lancaster Craftsmen Builders, a company she jointly owns with her husband, Mark. An avid supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Judy served on the Greater Maryland Chapter’s Board of Directors for six years and chaired its “Dancing Stars” annual fundraiser. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Weinberg Center for the Arts. Caring for her father, who suffered from dementia, has given Judy a personal understanding of what it means to be a family caregiver.

Bud OtisVice President

With a double Major, Religion Business from Andrews University, Bud dedicated 15 years directing the sales of the churches literature and became President of the Churches Publishing House. Subsequently, the Chairman of Religious Affairs for the Soviet Union asked him to come to Russia and build a Religious Publishing House. They are the only Religious Publishing House in Russia to this day!

Andrew Jeanneret, CPATreasurer

Andrew currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Asbury Communities, Inc.  Andrew is responsible for overseeing the finance and accounting functions of the Asbury not-for-profit system and affiliated entities. With more than three decades of experience in finance, he has held senior financial and accounting positions within the healthcare, accounting, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, insurance, and technology industries over the course of his career. He received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Boston College, his MBA in International Business and Finance from The George Washington University, and he is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

Rebecca FullSecretary

Rebecca is a ninth generation Fredericktonian. She has her MBA from Frostburg State University and spent her career predominately in finance & accounting. Most recently, she was the Program Manager for the VITA free tax program at United Way of Frederick County. This program offers free tax preparation for low income clients. In 2020, Rebecca was given United Way’s BRAVO award for service to the VITA program. She also has been involved in the financial ministry at her church for many years. Rebecca has been the caregiver/POA for a severely brain-injured family member for almost 30 years, in addition to losing grandparents to Alzheimer’s & dementia. These experiences have inspired her to help those that cannot speak for themselves.