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​Board Bios
staceyfox.jpgStacey Fox, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Destination Gettysburg
Stacey Fox is responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of tourism marketing for Gettysburg and Adams County as Vice President of the official destination marketing organization for Adams County. Her responsibilities include research, planning and implementation of consumer marketing including both traditional and digital channels. She directs meeting, group tour and international marketing, as well as media relations and member communications. Stacey has been with the Destination Gettysburg for 11 years. Previously, she was Director of Marketing and Sales for CNAV Systems, Inc. and Media Relations Specialist for The Rainmakers. She began her career in market research with Low + Associates. Stacey was Director of PR for the American Marketing Association Phoenix Chapter from 1999 to 2001. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Adams County Farmers’ Market Association and Gettysburg Area Retail Merchants Association.  Stacey Fox holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from York College of Pennsylvania.  Stacey is married with one daughter and a son on the way.  
Commissioner Marty Karsteter Qually
Commissioner Marty Karsteter Qually began his first term as County Commissioner in 2012 after previously serving as an Adams County Auditor.  With his background as Auditor, much of his focus as a Commissioner has been and continues to be promoting projects that are both fiscally responsible and sustainable.  He currently serves as the liaison to the Adams County Planning Commission and serves on the Boards of Adams County Connected, the Adams County Economic Development Authority, and the Adams County Transportation Planning Organization.  Commissioner Qually also serves on the board of the Adams County Farmers Market Association, the Convention and Visitors Bureau Marketing Committee and regularly attends meetings focused on quality of life, economic sustainability and rural growth concerns throughout the County.  Commissioner Qually and his wife own and operate Quisine 360 LLC, a catering company focused on buying from area farms.  Commissioner Qually received all of his education in this area attending Saint Francis Xavier School, Delone Catholic High School and Mount Saint Mary’s University
Jared Mader, Director of Educational Technology, Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12jaredmader.jpg
Jared is the Director of Educational Technology for the Lincoln Intermediate Unit, a consortium of 25 school districts and over 80 non-public institutions in South Central Pennsylvania.  Prior to serving in this capacity, he was the Director of Technology for five years in the Red Lion Area School District.  In his past two roles, he has been responsible for all of the instructional technology and infrastructure decision-making. Jared is a member of the Discovery Educator Network and a Pennsylvania Department of Education State Keystone Technology Integrator.  He has been featured in articles found in Digital Directions, Educational Weekly, AASA’s School Administrator, Edutopia, and more.  He has been a conference speaker and workshop presenter at ISTE/NECC, MICCA, NSTA, PSTA, PAECT, and Pete & C. He also serves as an educational technology consultant and has provided professional development to districts in Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, California, Texas, Indiana, Colorado, Louisiana and Arkansas.  He has been selected as a Best-of-the-Best Presenter at ISTE and has represented ISTE faculty in Dubai, UAE. 
Scott Charles Decker, IT Director, HACC, Gettysburg Campus. scottdeckerr.jpg
Scott Decker was born and raised in Adams County; Hanover to be exact.  He attended and graduated from New Oxford High School, then went into the United States Army.  While serving in the Army, Scott received his Associates Degree in General Studies from Pikes Peak Community College.  After the Army, he attended and graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Information Systems.  Scott eventually was hired as the IT Director at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus where he has been employed for 15 years.  Scott now resides in York Springs with his wife Dana, stepson Zachary, and daughter Jessica.
David Laughman, President, DL3 Systems LLCDWL.jpg
David Laughman, president of DL3 Systems LLC, has provided technology and business improvement services to Adams County and the surrounding area since 2003. With 27+ years in technology, management and engineering, David brings a lifetime of solution-oriented thinking to the table.  David’s B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering led to a steel industry career in quality and management, and key roles in bringing manufacturing companies to ISO 9000 compliance. His understanding and interest in computers and their potential shifted David’s path to Information Technology, providing solutions for midsize manufacturers, state agencies and Fortune 500 companies, designing and overseeing technology conversions for single-site operations as well as those spanning North America.  Whether through application of technology to increase productivity, discussion of strategies for overcoming a particular obstacle, or helping them to get a better view of their big picture, David’s passion is seeing individuals and organizations succeed at reaching their goals.  
David Lamberson, CEO/President, Gettysburg Construction Co. davidlamberson.jpg
A graduate of Penn State with engineering degrees,Mr. Lamberson started out with Kiewit, a national general contractor, with a presence throughout the mid-Atlantic. Most recently, he had the pleasure of working for Harkins Builders Inc., a construction management/general contractor. This company has stellar business ethics and repeated success doing negotiated work with many repeat clients and an ever changing project type doing design assist and design build. Mr. Lamberson is currently the CEO and President of Gettysburg Construction Company. David is married to Tammy Lamberson who is a school administrator in Frederick County, Maryland. They have six grown children altogether. On the internet /computer front he has written his own estimating programs, built 8 mission critical computer/ web connected projects, and built many senior communities and dorms that are internet and wirelessly connected around their community.
Barbara Underwood, Board Chair, Cumberland Townshipbarbaraunderwood.JPG
Raised in Rye, New York, Barbara has resided in CT, MN, and MD, where she retired from the Baltimore County Emergency Services/Communication Division.  A 22 year Adams County resident, she resides in Cumberland Township.  Barbara has served on the Adams County Connected Board since its inception.  Currently serving as Board Chair, she has served for nine years as Cumberland Township Supervisor.  The founding President of the Adams County Council of Governments, she is also a member of the Adams County Conservation District Board, the Adams County Radio Group Committee, and the Adams County ALS/BLS Steering Committee.  She is also a member and former President of Apple Valley Women’s Club, a volunteer service organization.  Barbara is married, and a mother of two grown daughters, and grandmother of three.  
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