WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Health Foundation welcomes four new trustees in 2021. “These trustees each have great breadth and depth of professional expertise that uniquely qualify them to serve as stewards of the Williamsburg Health Foundation and our vision, mission, and assets,” said Carol L. Sale, RN, MSN, President and CEO, Williamsburg Health Foundation. “We are honored they have chosen to serve with us.”
- Dr. Elizabeth De Falcon, M.D. is a staff physician at William & Mary. Dr. De Falcon received her MD from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine and completed a Residency in Pediatrics at the David Grant Medical Center, Travis Air Force Base, CA. In addition to her work as staff physician, Dr. De Falcon is a Pediatrician with Pediatric Associates of Williamsburg/CHKD and mentors pre-med students.
- Juanita M. Parks, CPA is the Chief Financial Officer for the Williamsburg Landing. In addition to her CPA and BS degree, Ms. Parks has a certificate of human resource management. She is a member of the Historic Triangle LEAD Class of 2019 and currently serves on the Avalon Board of Directors.
- Felicia A. Stovall is the Head of Administration, Wealth Management Advisor & Trust Officer, and Senior Vice-President at Chesapeake Wealth Management. She is a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®), Certified Wealth Strategist® (CWS®) and holds the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation. She is a member of the Virginia Peninsula Estate Planning Council, Hampton Roads Estate Planning Council and Hampton Roads Financial Planning Association.
- Philip “Phil” Tuning retired as President of John Deere Financial Canada. He holds an MBA from William & Mary and a B.S. in finance from Virginia Tech. He also services on the Reves International Advisory Board, and as an Executive Partner at William & Mary.
Board officers for 2021 are:
Chair: Jackson “Jack” C. Tuttle, II
Vice-Chair: Beth F. Davis, RN
Treasurer: Alfred L. Woods
Secretary: Carol L. Sale, RN, MSN
Immediate Past Chair: Louis F. Rossiter
The Williamsburg Health Foundation has a corpus of over 120 million dollars and distributes an average of five million dollars in grants annually in the Greater Williamsburg area. The Foundation also works to raise awareness of health issues in the community, to build the capacity of grantees agencies, and to encourage collaboration to solve health-related challenges that cannot be solved by one organization, or sector, alone. For more information on the Williamsburg Health Foundation, visit www.WilliamsburgHealthFoundation.org