Chevy Chase Community Association
In 1909, a group of residents formed the Chevy Chase Citizens Association. Over the years, the CCCA has brought neighbors together and continues to be a voice for the community. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, meetings are now held on Zoom. Notifications about all events will be provided in our newsletter and on the Chevy Chase Listserv.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2023-2024
Kristine Desmarais, President
Kristine Desmarais moved to Washington DC from Westchester County, New York in August 2019, 6-months before COVID, with her husband, two kids and one dog. She now has 2 black labs, a daughter in college, a rising senior at St Albans, and more time to engage in the community.
Before shifting her focus on raising a family, Kristine was a director of marketing for New York’s largest bank, hospital, and health club chain. She received a master’s degree from the Johns Hospital University Carey Business School. Even as a full-time mother, Kristine was an active volunteer serving as head of the Riverdale lower school parent association, on the Board of the Junior League of Bronxville, and Treasurer of the Global Society of Latvian Artists. Before moving to DC she was an award-winning real estate agent.
Now in DC, Kristine has resumed her real estate career and is an active member of the St Albans parent association. She is excited to serve as President of the Chevy Chase Community Association and promoting the many benefits of this wonderful neighborhood.
Rasheen Carbin, First Vice President
Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Rasheen came to Washington, D.C. in the 1990s. He is an entrepreneur who runs a digital marketing agency. In addition to his work with the CCCA, he serves as board president of Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington, president of the Georgetown Alumni Club of Metropolitan DC, and is board member of St. Mary's Court in a Foggy Bottom.