WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Health Foundation announces new members and officers for its Board of Trustees. New board members include:
Kelli Mansel-Arbuckle, MEd
Ms. Mansel-Arbuckle retired as Human Resources Director from Colonial Williamsburg. She has a Masters Degree in counseling from William & Mary. She has volunteered with many local nonprofit agencies and served on the board of Literacy for Life, a grantee of the Foundation.
Doug Myers, MBA
Mr. Myers, a Portfolio Management Director at Morgan Stanley, returns to the Williamsburg Health Foundation board of trustees after a three-year hiatus He previously served with distinction, including a term as chair of the board.
Stephen Staples, PhD
Dr. Staples retired in 2018 from his position as Virginia’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction. He served for 16 years as the superintendent of York County Schools. He is a part-time Executive Professor at the The College of William & Mary.
Alfred “Al” Woods, MBA
Mr. Woods has provided leadership to local nonprofit boards including Olde Towne Medical and Dental Clinic and Williamsburg Community Foundation. He currently serves on the boards of The Williamsburg Landing and WJCC Schools Foundation. In addition to his nonprofit board service, he is Chairman of the Aegion Corporation.
“We are delighted to have these new trustees who bring with them a diversity of skills and a shared commitment to our community,” says Carol L. Sale, president and CEO of the Foundation.
2019 Officers Williamsburg Health Foundation Board of Trustees
Chair: Louis F. Rossiter
Vice-Chair: Jackson “Jack” C. Tuttle, II
Treasurer: Marshall N. Warner
Secretary: Carol L. Sale