Sam Chandler –  President

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Cliff Lounsbury  – Treasurer

Cliff has resided in Tampa since 1998 and in the Channel District for the last 7 years. Cliff is an Operations Manager at Stewart Title and has been in that industry for almost 18 years. Cliff lives at Bell Channelside and is very active in and around the community as well as with Balance Tampa Bay. As a Channel District resident, Cliff can often be found walking the neighborhood, playing pool or spending time with friends along with some wine in the courtyard. Cliff loves the ever changing and diverse cultures that we have in the Channel District as well as all of the current and new growth in and around the Channel District.


Joseph Valdalez  – Board Member At Large

Joseph is a Tampa native, with his family tithes dating back to the early twentieth century in the cigar factories of the historic Ybor City. He moved to the Channel District in 2014, and is currently a Manager of Corporate Compliance at HealthPlan Services.  Joseph is an alumnus from the City of Tampa Mayor’s Neighborhood University, is currently a member for the Human Relations Board (HRB) for Hillsborough County, and sits on the Downtown Tampa YMCA Advisory Board.  As a member of the CDCA Board Joseph feels it is important to give your time and knowledge to the neighborhood in which you live. Specifically, he would like to effectuate positive change in the neighborhood, and believes that his professional and philanthropic experience will help this neighborhood continue in the successful growth track it is currently on.


Henry Lewis – Member in Emeritus

Henry Lewis, a pioneer in the Reprographics Industry, has been running City Blue since 1967. After working part time, Henry worked his way up the ladder until eventually becoming the owner and majority shareholder. Henry is also a major figure head in the Channel District and was one of it’s first residential residents that helped shape the neighborhood to be a great place to live, work and play. Henry currently serves as City Blue President and Chief Financial Officer responsible for all day-to-day activities including reprographic work flow, customer relations and customer acquisition.

Paul Trusik

Paul Trusik – Board Member at Large

Paul moved to Tampa in ’97 to attend school at The University of Tampa and saw promise Tampa had to offer post-graduation; having lived in Hyde Park & Ybor before settling in Channelside late 2009. His background is in digital marketing & development working in various industries ranging from healthcare to real estate and e-commerce. Paul helped to revise CDCA online membership and renewal procedures back in summer of 2017 as a non-member, before deciding to join the board to assist with long-term strategy and digital marketing goals. Paul is optimistic to see what developments are in store for the Channel District over the next 10 years, keeping up with neighborhood growth with the CDCA positioned as a resource and voice representing residents.