WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Health Foundation welcomes three new trustees in 2022. “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.”
Andrea M. Donnor
Andrea M. Donnor is a graduate of Wellesley College and Harvard Business School. She is the director of Platform Marketing Operations at Capital One Financial in Richmond. A member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, she has served the Hampton Roads community in many leadership roles.
Cheri Green is a graduate of the College of William & Mary. She is the Senior Vice President of Private Banking at Old Point National Bank. Ms. Green has served on local nonprofit boards including as board chair of the Greater Williamsburg Alliance and Habitat for Humanity. She is a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Robert A. Whitehead, SR
Robert A. Whitehead, SR. is the Pastor of New Zion Baptist Church in Williamsburg. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and earned his Master’s of Divinity from Virginia Union University and his Doctor of Ministry from Regent University. He has led New Zion for thirty years with an emphasis on community involvement, education, mentoring, health, and
Board officers for 2022 are:
Chair: Jackson “Jack” C. Tuttle, II
Vice-Chair: Beth F. Davis, RN
Treasurer: Alfred L. Woods
Secretary: Carol L. Sale, RN, MSN
Other foundation news:
Williamsburg Health Foundation is proud to announce the promotion of Bill D. Pribble to Senior Program Officer.