WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Health Foundation (WHF) has announced that it is welcoming three new trustees.
Andrea M. Donnor, the director of Platform Marketing Operations at Capital One Financial in Richmond, is a graduate of Wellesley College and Harvard Business School. She is noted as a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and has served in many leadership roles throughout the Hampton Roads community.
Cheri Green, a senior vice president of private banking for Old Point National Bank, is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. WHF notes that Ms. Green has severed on the boards for local nonprofit organizations, including as the board chair for the Greater Williamsburg Alliance and Habitat for Humanity.
Robert A. Whitehead, Sr. has served as the pastor of New Zion Baptist Church, located at 3991 Longhill Road in Williamsburg, thirty years. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and earned his Master’s of Divinity degree from Virginia Union University, followed by a Doctor of Ministry from Regent University. Through his ministry, Pastor Whitehead has emphasized community involvement, education, mentoring, health, and stewardship. WHF notes that he led community outreach for the Greater Williamsburg COVID-19 vaccination effort.
“These individuals have each demonstrated significant commitment to
leadership in our community,” said Carol L. Sale, President and CEO, of the
Williamsburg Health Foundation. “We are honored that they have extended that
commitment to leadership to this foundation.”
The 2022 WHF Board Officers include: Jackson “Jack” C. Tuttle, II (chair), Beth F. Davis, R.N. (vice-chair), Alfred L. Woods (treasurer), and Carol L. Sale, R.N., M.S.N. (secretary).
WHF has also announced that Bill D. Pribble has been promoted to senior program officer.
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