Mission & Vision

“Living, Growing and Promoting One Heart, One Pulse, One Community, One Winter Springs.”

What we do: The Winter Springs Community Association (WSCA) was created to help our community become “One Winter Springs”. We are “Living, Growing and Promoting One Heart, One Pulse, One Community, One Winter Springs.”

Whom do we serve? The WSCA serves Winter Springs residents and business leaders who wish to contribute and propel the most positive Community rebuilding effort ever undertaken in our City. Winter Springs is woefully short on entertainment, dining, medical and other important professional services and our Association seeks to serve you, our neighbors by helping any new business wishing to join our community to enhance your quality of life.

How do we serve?  The WSCA serves our Community by being a leader in promoting and supporting residents, neighborhoods and businesses in Winter Springs and in uniting our very spread-out community, both on the East side and West side. The West side has long been ignored commercially and economically. The WSCA will promote both sides of the City by holding neighborhood events across the entire City.

What are our hopes and dreams? Our goal is to bring our City together in a manner in which Government cannot. We prosper when there is unity. Homeowners pay 91% of the City’s taxes. This is not sustainable without major tax increases which we strongly oppose. The overdevelopment of apartments must stop and the renovation of existing run-down commercial space must move to the forefront. The WSCA leadership is comprised of current and former elected officials who know what can be done from the Governmental side, and also includes great talent from within the various City neighborhoods and our business communities. You could say the WSCA is building a true “Dream Team” to move our City forward and continually seeks to involve all who want to be part of the WSCA.

What problem are we solving for the greater good? The WSCA will be instrumental in solving long seeded City problems which can only be solved by complete community effort. WSCA is the perfect vehicle to drive positive changes. We are NOT a political group and have NO political agenda other than what is best for the future of Winter Springs. We already are one of the safest Cities in Florida, in a County with many of the Best schools in Florida, and now it is time to be the best community for a great lifestyle in Florida. The WSCA will be the Leader in making it happen! 

Meet The Team

We have assembled a dream team of leaders, advocates and all-around Winter Springs enthusiasts who are dedicated to giving back to the residents of this great city.

Learn more about our team here.

Ken has served our Winter Springs community in many various leadership positions including as a City Commissioner, 3 time Chairman of the Tuscawilla Lighting and Beautification District and 2 time Vice Chairman of the Parks and Recreation Committee. Professionally, Ken has a long and distinguished career as senior leadership of several significant businesses including as CEO of US Hospitality Group, VP of several financial institutions and a long entrepreneurial background. Ken holds a Florida Real Estate Broker License for over 30 years and earned a Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) designation.

Ken is married to his wife Nancy for over 32 years and the proud father of 3 successful sons. Ken is a graduate of the University of Florida.

Ken Greenberg


Jesse Phillips is an IT Consultant, business owner, entrepreneur and community advocate who lives in Winter Springs with his wife Rebekah and four home schooled children. He was appointed to serve on the Tuscawilla Lighting and Beautification Board (TLBD). He was elected a countywide State Committeeman, having worked tirelessly for the last decade to educate voters, defend free speech, promote values of faith and family, combat human trafficking, oppose judicial activism and serve as an ordained elder of his Orlando area church. He is a UCF graduate and a sixteen-year Seminole County resident.

Jesse Phillips

Executive Vice President

Jean currently is employed as the Executive Director for Florida PTA.  She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Florida PTA, including supervising 4 employees; overseeing the annual Leadership/Convention (with 1200 in attendance); for all communications (e-newsletter, website, data base, social media, etc.) sent from the State Office to the board of directors, local units and 300,000+ members, and non-PTA entities. 

Jean served as President of Florida PTA (2010-2012), after being elected in 2008 as President Elect.   Jean served as President of the Seminole County PTA, and in various volunteer positions at the state, county and local level, in PTA and in Seminole County Public Schools.  She also served two years on a National PTA committee. 

Jean was elected in November, 2008, as City Commissioner in Winter Springs and was “re-elected” to two additional four-year terms, unopposed. 

Prior to employment at Florida PTA, Jean served as a legal assistant/office manager at a law firm in Seminole County.

Jean is married to Bruce; they have two sons, Robert and Michael and four grandchildren; Bradley; Zachary, Leanna and Cameron. 

Jean Hovey


James is an experienced and local Realtor serving the Central Florida area.  He’s also a blogger, entrepreneur, finance nerd, father, and husband within Winter Springs.  However, most people know him as the resident who wears the kilt and who also provides the community with pertinent updates to our local politics on Facebook!  As a lifelong Winter Springs resident, who has both grown up and gone through the city’s schools, he has a strong desire to not only better the city through positive action, but also has a firm grasp on what makes this city great!    James serves on the Planning and Zoning Board for Winter Springs and has also been volunteering with the PAY Program, which serves at-risk juveniles, for over 15 years.

Prior to real estate, James attended UCF for economics and finance, and also served as the Mock Trial Chair for Phi Alpha Delta – a pre-law fraternity – where he competed across the nation for mock trial.  Having left school, he went to work for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office as a 911 Dispatcher and earned certificates in multiple emergency response areas such as crisis management, hostage, and disaster management.

James owns a home on the west side of Winter Springs with his wife Helen, son, and mother.  He’s also the father of three dogs: Bran, Sceolan, and Fergus.

James Evans

Vice President Communications

News & Updates

Winter Springs Resident’s Survey

Your WINTER SPRINGS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (WSCA) has concluded its first community survey, consisting of questions for City residents about issues of importance to our community. WSCA was overwhelmed with both the quality and quantity of the respondents, which far surpassed expectations. The information gathered during this survey will greatly assist the WSCA in developing immediate plans to influence and help guide the City moving forward.

“I want to personally thank everyone who took time to give us valuable input for the direction of our City moving forward,” said Ken Greenberg, President of the Winter Springs Community Association. “We are at a critical crossroads as a City, and we will use this valuable feedback from City residents to move our community in a positive direction headed into 2020 and beyond.”

In the survey, residents were asked about issues of importance, and gave feedback to improve our community. It included both open ended questions and simple yes or no questions to gauge opinion on a range of issues.

“It was obvious from the responses people are eager to make improvements to our City,” said Jesse Phillips, Executive Vice President of the Winter Springs Community Association. “People are eager to put politics aside and unite to build something great; your Winter Springs Community Association is proud to be a catalyst.”

To join WSCA, go to www.OneWinterSprings.com and like us on Facebook. You are also invited to attend our informative monthly meetings, the 3rd Tuesday of each month, at Red Eye Sports Tavern at 7:30 PM. July, our guest speakers are several members of the Seminole County School Board. Our August featured guest speaker is Seminole County Commissioner Jay Zembower.

July Meeting: School Board Members Almond, Pennock and Sanchez

Come and meet several educational leaders, including members of the Seminole County School Board Karen Almond, Amy Pennock and Abby Sanchez. Hear these educational leaders discuss topics related to education and schools in our county.

Save the date: July 16th, 2019
July Meeting (7/16/19, 7:30PM)
Red Eye Sports Tavern (SR-434 in Winter Springs)

If you have any suggestions for discussion topics, please reply to this email. All input is welcome and will help us prepare a engaging meeting you do not want to miss. Help us spread the word by liking and sharing our Facebook event here!

Come out and help us support a great local business, learn about a topic which is essential to you and the well-being of our neighborhoods and community, and network with other like-minded residents.

We cannot wait to see you there!

Ken Greenberg, President
Jesse Phillips, Executive Vice President

The WSCA serves Winter Springs residents and business leaders who wish to contribute and propel the most positive Community rebuilding effort ever undertaken in our City, to unite and build One Winter Springs. WSCA is not affiliated with any political party, committee, candidate or candidate’s committee. WSCA meetings are open to all interested members of the community.

Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Because we value your opinion and voice as a partner with our association, and as a resident of the great city of Winter Springs, we have prepared a brief opinion survey about your priorities, some current issues and future goals and vision as well.

This will only take 2-minutes of your time.

<< Click here to take the survey >>

Please complete the survey by Sunday, July 7th. You may also share this URL with your Winter Springs neighbors: http://www.onewintersprings.com/survey

Thank you for letting your voice be heard!

— Winter Springs Community Association