Election Bios

Bios for Potential Board Members

Bill Amos

My wife, Megan, and our children, Rowen and Lynlie, have been members at YMSC since 2017 and we have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this community. Our children just finished their second season on the swim team and we love cheering on the Makos. I was born and raised in Baltimore County and I have been a dedicated civil servant as an employee of the Department of Defense for the past 13 years. My family and I are at the pool most days during the summer and I am always happy to help out during swim meets, during social events, or whenever else I can be of service. In my free time, I enjoy coaching my kids in sports, playing golf and basketball, and having fun with good friends at the pool. If I am elected to the board, I hope to maintain the YMSC traditions and to keep the pool a great family experience for years to come.

Kate Dachille

Our family has been members of York Manor Swim Club for the past two years. My husband Garrett and I have two daughters Juno (9) and Maris (6) who just finished their first year on the swim team. Professionally, I am the Director of Operations for International Programs at Save the Children, a large independent humanitarian non-profit serving kids across the globe. I also enjoy volunteering at Lutherville Lab, my daughters’ school. During the summer, you will find us at the pool almost every day. Our family feels so fortunate to be a part of such a wonderful community. I want to do my part and ensure local families can enjoy it for years to come!


Michelle Feracci (incumbent board member):

My family has enjoyed being members of York Manor for the past 11 years. My children, Madison & Dominic, have been on the Makos swim team for 10 years. Madison was the Makos Junior Coach this year and they both lifeguard for York Manor. For the past 3 years, I’ve served on the board as Treasurer. During this time, I’ve streamlined the deposit reconciliation process. I previously served as the swim team director for 2 years and I’ve been involved on the swim team committee for the past 5 years. I would like to continue to be involved with the board to share my past experiences/knowledge and bring new ideas to the group. I am an open-minded team player and enjoy working with others! Go Makos!

David Hubbard (incumbent board member)

Retired yellow pages sales rep now enjoying youth sports officiating as a hobby. Current board member & loyal pool member for over 34 years. I would like to continue to serve because I believe a geographic York Manor resident should be on the board. Thank you.





Amy Johnson: (incumbent board member)

My family and I have been members of YMSC for 13 years. I work for Baltimore County Public Schools as a teacher in the Infants & Toddlers Program. My kids, Cole (17) and Calleigh (14) have been on the swim team for many years and work in the pool snack bar. I have served on the Board for the past 3 years, and as President this past year. I hope to continue to serve the board to keep YMSC a fun and safe place for our community!


Roy Mahoney: (incumbent board member)

I have been on the board here at York Manor for three years.  I have chaired the Social committee in 2021 and currently Chair the Grounds and Maintenance committee for 2022. I have been member of York Manor since 2004.  During that time, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting wonderful members and encouraged several to join our amazing community.  I am proud of the fact that each of my children have been a member of the Makos swim team, with Brielle and Gannon being current members! I look forward to representing the members on the board as we continue to make York Manor a place for families and friends as we grow into the best community pool in the area.


Ashley Oleszczuk:

My family has lived in the Dulaney Valley Improvement Associate community since 2009 and have been members of YMSC since 2019. I grew up lifeguarding and managing pools within the free state league which is why we enjoy spending our summers at the pool and cheering on our daughters (Capri – 8 and Blake – 6) who swim for the Makos! During the school year, I am the Associate Director of Admissions at St. James Academy.