Alysa Plummer, Mayor

Alysa Subtelny Plummer is a native of Pittsford and proud graduate of Sutherland High School.  Her undergraduate degree is from Syracuse University in Soviet and East European Studies with graduate work in International Relations at Georgetown University.

Early in her career, Alysa was one of the first women selected for AT&T’s Management Program, where she was trained in Systems Analysis and served on an ISDN task force with Bell Laboratories regarding broadband applications in the financial services sector. After AT&T, she was a Senior Market Analyst in telecommunications for The Yankee Group in Boston.

Community-building, place-making, and advocating for important issues have always been a focal point of Mayor Plummer’s life.  As a lifelong advocate of historic preservation and conservation, she worked with numerous municipalities and organizations on these issues and has successfully worked to pass environmental legislation on Capitol Hill.

​Alysa benefited from her varied experiences of living and working in Manhattan, Boston, New Orleans, Miami and, just prior to moving back to the Village, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. While in Florida, Ms. Plummer worked with the City of Fort Lauderdale to rewrite historic ordinances and finalized the city’s first design guidelines for historic districts. She also guided the City Commission to become a Certified Local Government thereby making it eligible for preservation grants. During that time, she served as president of Sailboat Bend, the oldest neighborhood in the city and its largest historic district – with a population larger than Pittsford Village. Working with the city commission and emergency services, Alysa successfully developed a traffic and pedestrian safety program for the district, as well as preserving, in perpetuity, a unique habitat along the New River as public greenspace.

As founding president of Friends of Shippey House, Alysa received the prestigious Dr. Cooper-Kirk Award from the Broward County Historical Commission, in recognition of the community’s grass roots effort to save an historically important structure from demolition. She received the City of Fort Lauderdale’s first-ever Green Award for sustainably rehabilitating her home at the time, an historic structure known as “Little Hammock.”

Back at home in Pittsford Village, Mayor Plummer served on the Board of Historic Pittsford and the Village Board. Also, she served on the Steering Committee for the Town’s Comprehensive Plan, the Village’s Comprehensive Plan, and their joint Active Transportation Plan. She remains active with numerous non-profits in the Rochester area.





Lili Lanphear

Lanphear, a village resident of 35 years, served for 19 years on the Village Planning and Zoning Board – its’ longest serving member. Lanphear has an appreciation for and a clear understanding of what makes the village unique. “I know, firsthand, the thoughtful planning required to maintain its’ character. In particular, sustaining the village’s status as a separate municipality is of utmost importance,” Lanphear says. “I will strive to be responsive to villagers concerns.




Justin Leitgeb

Before joining the Board of Trustees, Justin was a member of the Village of Pittsford Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals. He has two children who attend the Pittsford Central School District. Professionally, he is a software engineer and owner of a software consulting company. In addition to his background in software engineering he holds a Master’s degree in Sociology. He is passionate about our community in Pittsford Village and enthusiastic to leverage his background in business, technology and the social sciences to advance our common goals through his role in village government.




Lisa Cove

Before being elected to the Trustee board, Lisa had extensive experience serving on a variety of community boards to include; Village of Pittsford Preservation Board 2017-2022, Chair 2019-2022, the Alzheimer’s Association, Junior League of Rochester (President 2008), WXXI, Lifespan, and Highland Hospital Women’s Advisory Board.

Her family, husband Dr Christopher Cove of 34 years and 3 sons (Pittsford Sutherland graduates) have been living in Pittsford Village since 2008.  Lisa has been deeply rooted in the Pittsford service community through PTSA, Pittsford’s Active Transportation Committee, Town Comprehensive Plan, Pittsford’s Alliance for Substance Free Youth, the Village-Town-School Collaborative committee and an original organizer of the Pittsford Farmers Market and the Village Porch Parities.

Professionally she is a University of Rochester Masters prepared Nurse Practitioner and a yoga instructor at Breathe.

“We have a unique community in the Village of Pittsford, for which my family has enjoyed.  I want to assure its continued success as a residential and local business community that provides the walkability, safety, family atmosphere, and neighborly ways that people come here for,”  Lisa says.  



David Marshall

David E. Marshall, CFP®, CPWA® is a Vice President - Investment Management and Wealth Advisor at UBS Financial Services.  David was first employed at Morgan Stanley as a Financial Advisor in 1998 and has been at UBS since 2009.  David works together with clients to advise them on investment management and portfolio construction, and provides comprehensive financial planning services, including retirement planning, insurance review and issuance, estate and tax planning, charitable gift strategies, and wealth transfer services.

David received his Bachelor of Arts, History, from St. Bonaventure University and was a Francis E. Kelley Oxford Program participant.  He completed his Masters in Business Administration, from Simon Business School at The University of Rochester, with concentrations in finance, corporate accounting, and competitive strategy and has earned the Certified Financial Planner™ and Certified Private Wealth Advisor™ designations.

David’s community service includes the Jerry Flynn Children’s Classic through Gilda’s Club of Rochester, the Simon Business School Alumni Association, and Habitat for Humanity.  David is also a sustaining member of the George Eastman Circle.  Most recently, he served as Treasurer of the Board and member of the Executive Committee at the Montessori School of Rochester.

David and his family; Holly, Gray, & Emerson, moved to The Village of Pittsford in 2017 and after recognizing their love of the historic community and quality of life, he quickly immersed himself in Village government interests.  In 2018, he was appointed to The Village of Pittsford Planning & Zoning Board of Appeals and in 2022 was selected by the board to chair of the Special Committee for 75 Monroe.