McAuliffe makes more than 50 appointments to university boards
Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Tuesday announced his appointments to the boards of visitors at Virginia’s 15 public colleges and universities, the State Council for Higher Education for Virginia and the State Board for Community Colleges.
The appointments include:
Christopher Newport University
Robert R. Hatten of Gloucester, managing partner of Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein
Steven S. Kast of Poquoson, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula and Southeast Virginia
*N. Scott Millar of Newport News, senior director of Canon Virginia Inc.
College of William and Mary
*Thomas R. Frantz of Virginia Beach, chairman, Williams Mullen
James Hixon of Virginia Beach, Executive vice president of Norfolk Southern Corp.
Karen Kennedy Schultz of Winchester, professor and director, Center for Public Service and Scholarship, Shenandoah University
*Todd A. Stottlemyer of Oak Hill, former CEO of Acentia, LLC
George Mason University
*Karen Alcalde of Arlington, GMU alumna
Stephen M. Cumbie of McLean, CEO of NVCommercial Inc.
David T. Petersen of Vienna, retired Accenture executive director
Shawn N. Purvis of Manassas, vice president and general manager, Cyber Division, Northrop Grumman Information Systems
James Madison University
Matthew A. Gray of Richmond, Virginia state director of The Humane Society of the United States
Jeffrey Grass of Arlington, executive chairman of LiveSafe Inc. and chairman and CEO, buySAFE, Inc.
Maria D. Jankowski of Richmond, deputy director, Virginia Indigent Defense Commission
Deborah Tompkins Johnson of Prince William, manager-regional state and local affairs, Dominion Virginia Power
John C. Rothenberger of Great Falls, CEO of SE Solutions
Craig Brendan Welburn of Manassas, CEO of ECC Enterprises Holding Co. LLC
Michael A. Evans of Hanover, retired human services administrator
*David H. Hallock, Jr. of Richmond, chief of staff to U.S. Senator Mark Warner
*Marianne M. Radcliff of Richmond, vice president, Kemper Consulting
Norfolk State University
Ann A. Adams of Virginia Beach, assistant vice president, human resources, Norfolk Southern Corp.
Kenneth W. Crowder of Norfolk, presiding elder, Norfolk District, Virginia Conference, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Michael Helpinstill of Williamsburg, vice president and CFO, Newport News Shipbuilding
Old Dominion University
Yvonne Toms Allmond of Norfolk, senior vice president, private banking, TowneBank
Donna Scassera Fischer of Norfolk, president of DLS Engineering Assoc. Inc.
Mike Henry of Alexandria, chief of staff to U.S. Senator Tim Kaine
*Frank Reidy of Virginia Beach, director of Pennsylvania General Energy
Mary Ann Hovis of Oakton, retired business executive
Mark S. Lawrence of Roanoke, vice president, Carilion Clinic
*Randolph J. Marcus of Richmond, senior advisor for policy, Office of the Governor
State Board for Community Colleges
*Carolyn S. Berkowitz of Burke, managing vice president of community affairs, Capital One
Douglas Garcia of Fairfax, director ETS High School Equivalency Testing
*William C. Hall, Jr. of Richmond, retired executive at Dominion Resources
Catherine B. Reynolds of McLean, chairman and CEO of The Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
Minnis E. Ridenour of Blacksburg, senior fellow and executive vice president and COO, emeritus of Virginia Tech
Katharine M. Webb of Richmond, former senior vice president, Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association
University of Mary Washington
Heather Mullins Crislip of Richmond, president and CEO, Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia
Davis Rennolds of Richmond, vice president, McGuireWoods Consulting
Rhonda S. VanLowe of Reston, legal counsel, Rolls-Royce North America Inc.
University of Virginia and affiliated schools
Whittington W. Clement of Richmond, partner, Hunton & Williams
Tammy Snyder Murphy of Red Bank, N.J., co-owner, Murphy Endeavors, LLC
James V. Reyes of Washington D.C., director of Reyes Holdings LLC
Jeffrey Clemens Walker of New York City, vice chairman, United Nations Secretary General’s Envoy’s Office for Health Finance and Malaria
Virginia Commonwealth University
Ron McFarlane of Raleigh, N.C., group president, Specialty Infusion Services, Diplomat Pharmacy
Dr. Carol S. Shapiro of Fairfax Station, plastic surgeon, medical director of Wound Healing Center, Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center
*Sudhakar Shenoy of Reston, founder, chairman and CEO of IMC, Inc.
*Jacquelyn E. Stone of Richmond, partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Virginia Military Institute
Lara Tyler Chambers of Manakin Sabot, co-owner and financial manager, Tyler Development Group LLC
Brian R. Detter of McLean, executive vice president, Artis, LLC
David L. Miller of Brentwood, Tenn., president and COO of Community Health Systems, Inc.
Gene Scott of Henrico, retired regional vice president, Verizon
Charles T. (C.T) Hill of Richmond, retired chairman, president and CEO, SunTrust Mid-Atlantic
Mehmood S. Kazmi of Great Falls, COO of Share Investment Co. LLC
*Deborah Petrine of Moneta, chairman and CEO of CCR Inc.
Virginia State University
Michael D. Flemming of Alexandria, vice president and corporate general counsel, Smithfield Foods, Inc.
Glenn Sessoms of Memphis, Tenn., retired vice president, Federal Express
Wayne Turnage of Washington D.C, director of the Department of Health Care Finance