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In addition, Brett is President of his own RIA, Main Street Financial Solutions, LLC, a fee-only firm specializing in financial planning and asset management. In addition, Brett is a volunteer consultant a number of New Jersey organizations that serve women affected by domestic violence. In that capacity, he helps the agency clients address their complex financial planning situations.
Brett grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in Lawrenceville, NJ with his wife and two children.
More information can be found at www.brettdanko.com and www.msfsolutions.com.
Zachary Burkholder was born and raised in Germantown. Once he graduated from Central High School, he went to Virginia for school. And during his time there fell in love with building and remodeling homes. He spent some time in Lancaster County becoming a contractor. And in 2014 moved back to Germantown to start his own remodeling business. He loves working in the old stone and brick homes, and trying to keep them up to date while not losing their original style. He is also a very active member of the Germantown Mennonite Church right next to the Johnson on Washington Ln.
Shane David Hall has had a lifelong interest in the areas of art, architecture, and decorative arts. Shane began his career as a curatorial assistant at the Historic Charleston Foundation and interned with the prestigious Winter Antique Show. He gained extensive art market experience with three international auction firms, including serving as Director of Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers of St. Louis, Missouri – one of America’s oldest auction firms. Shane graduated with BFAs in Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, and Art History from The College of Charleston, in Charleston, South Carolina. He later earned an MA in American Fine and Decorative Arts from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York. Shane has served as the guest auctioneer for Laumeier Sculpture Garden’s 2015 event, Laumeier Now, and juried the live auction and silent entrants for the 2014 AIDS Resource Center’s Art for Life event. He also sat on the Advisory Committee for the Columbus Landmarks Association and the Planned Giving Committee of the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. Currently, Shane serves as the Vice Chairman of the College of Charleston Philadelphia Alumni Association.
As a native Memphian and new transplant to the Philadelphia area, Asiyah has always been fascinated with old houses.
During her childhood, Asiyah’s family often drove through historic districts to admire holiday decorations. She remembers drawing a peephole in their Ford Pinto’s window condensation to see the holiday lights more clearly. Thus began her love of front porches, oak trees and two story homes.
In addition to her work with Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, she also serves on the Board of Trustees for a 275 year old church in North Philly. In Asiyah’s free time, she can be found perusing antique shops in search of vintage quilts.
Asiyah holds a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Cultural Sustainability. She and her family live in a 113 year old Dutch Colonial in South Jersey.
Kathryn recently returned to her home state of Pennsylvania after many years in Boston. She completed two Bachelor’s degrees at Boston University in History and French Language and Literature as well as a Master’s degree in History with a certificate in Public History at Northeastern University.
Kathryn and her labradoodle, Trout, are both avid distance runners and can usually be found exploring the Wissahickon in their free time.