Press Release

January 21, 2011

Williamsburg Community Health Foundation Announces Newest Board Members

WILLIAMSBURG, VA — The Board of Trustees of the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation has announced the election of its 2011-2012 officers and the appointment of three new board members.

New officer appointments are:

Virginia L. McLaughlin, Dean of the School of Education at the College of William & Mary, is beginning a two-year term as Chair.

Douglas Myers, Vice President-Wealth Management and Portfolio Manager for the Myers Smith Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, has been named Vice-Chair.

David C. Anderson, Senior Vice President ? Investments with Davenport & Company, LLC, will serve as Treasurer.

Jeanne Zeidler, President and CEO of the Foundation, will be Secretary.

Trustees joining the board for a four-year term are:

James R. Golden, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives at the College of William & Mary.

Dr. Joyce M. Jarrett, Old Dominion Distinguished Professor of English at Hampton University.

Richard H. Rizk, an attorney with Geddy, Harris, Franck & Hickman.

The Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, a private non-profit organization, supports programs that improve the health of people living in Williamsburg and surrounding counties. It focuses on enhancing access to quality health services and promoting responsible health practices. The foundation was formed in 1996. Since then it has given more than $44 million to support community health programs in the area. More information is available at www.WCHF.com.