Meet Our Board
Matthew is a Graphic Designer with a strong interest in history. He is excited to research the history of Warminster and wants to share his passion with others.
As a lifelong resident of Warminster Township, I have a passion for preserving local history. With a B.A. in Anthropology and an M.F.A. in Museum Exhibit Design, it is my goal to research and study the rich history of our Township and share these stories with the community.
Christina is a resident of Warminster Township. She works as a Licensed Professional Counselor and loves helping people. Christina has a deep passion for history. She grew up learning about local battles and studying American History. Christina hopes through the historical society she help others learn while developing an interest in history.
As a resident of Warminster for over 25 years, I want to make sure the town I and you call home will grow responsibly while maintaining its historical gems that contribute to making Bucks County such a unique place. I have a BS in Human Development and Family Studies and an MS in Secondary Education and am enthusiastic to be part of researching and educating our wonderful community in its past so we can make the best choices for our future.
Genevieve grew up on Ivyland Road enjoying the view of Dautcher’s farm. While she now lives in Philadelphia, she continues to call Warminster her home town and visits her parents each week in her childhood home. A graduate of William Tennent, Genevieve was on the Swim and Track & Field teams, Black & White Night’s Synchro Swim team and captain of Cross Country, as well as voted Class Secretary each year. Growing up, her mother served as the President of the Library Board and her father worked at the Naval Air Development Center until its close. She works in events, handling venue sales for the concert spaces of Live Nation in Philadelphia. Throughout her travels, Genevieve still attends church at Nativity, plans personal celebrations at venues in Bucks County, like the Moland House and Graeme Park. When the farm across her childhood home was up for development, Genevieve worked to enforce the township code. Sadly, the board sided with the development team, but it introduced her to the Warminster Historical Society to which she gladly supports.
Hi, I am Melissa White, a current resident of Warminster township. I have my degree in Fine Arts, and always had a love for architecture and it’s historical influences within the community. Bringing attention to these influences and learning the history of our community is my goal as a board member.