Bel Air Downtown Alliance announces new leadership


The Bel Air Downtown Alliance has two new leaders. It recently named Christine McPherson announces as its new executive director. It’s Promotions Director Roman Davidyuk joined the alliance is August. Here are the details:


Bel Air Downtown Alliance Announces New Leadership
Bel Air, Maryland – The Bel Air Downtown Alliance (BADA) Board of Directors concluded a thorough search by selecting Christine McPherson as BADA’s new Executive Director to replace Erika Quensenbery Sturgill, who announced her resignation in the fall of this year. Christine states that, “Each person who has had this job brought a unique contribution to the organization and I intend to do the same.” Her non-profit and community outreach experience provide her with a clear picture of the needs of her home town community.
Roman Davidyuk, BADA’s new Promotions’ director, joined the Alliance in August. He shared that two new businesses have started up on Main Street since his arrival and stresses that, “The Alliance is a great way to be a part of a business community as well as the greater community.” Roman looks forward to helping small businesses with whatever needs they have. Collectively Christine and Roman bring business administration, non-profit management, marketing and volunteer experience that will enhance the mission of the organization.
Bel Air Downtown Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance and preserve Downtown Bel Air’s apprearance, traditions, community identity and economic stability. Business owners and interested citizens have joined hands in the Bel Air Downtown Alliance. Through the ambitious and wide-reaching efforts of its four comminttees (Design, Organization, Promotions, Economic Restructuring) the Alliance is creating a vibrant business community and visitor friendly destination in Downtown Bel Air. For more information about the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, please visit