The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties begins 2021 with new Board leadership at its helm.
The Community Foundation’s Board of Directors installed in December a new slate of officers for 2021. Paul Siker, Founder and CEO of Advanced Recruiting Trends, stepped into the role of chair (pictured left).
Lucky Wadehra, Senior Vice President and Business Banking Manager at Wells Fargo, assumes the vice-chair role (pictured right). Terri Minchew, community volunteer and philanthropist, will serve a second term as secretary. Kimberely Evans, Founder of Generations Gourmet Catering and Program Manager at ARG, Inc., and new Board member Jaclyn O’Brien, Founder and CEO of Fresh Eye Innovative Solutions and Accounting, will serve as co-treasurers.
Tracey White, Vice President of Community and Government Relations at HCA StoneSprings Hospital, completed a two-year tenure as Board Chair in December 2020. White led the Board during a significant period of growth for the organization that included staff expansions, increased grant making, and the organization’s move into new offices in Leesburg with the development of the Claude Moore Nonprofit Training Center in 2019. White will continue to serve on the Board for another term as a director.
In addition to installing its new officers, the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors also welcomed new Board members Tim Thompson, Attorney, and Charmaine Bushrod, Clinical Operations Manager at Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States.
Continuing to serve on the Board of Directors in 2021 are Kirsten Langhorne, Founder of Langhorne Custom Homes; Andy Johnston, Grant Officer at the PATH Foundation; Connie Moore, Vice-President and Principal Analyst of Deep Analysis; Matt Durham, Head of Analyst Relations at New Relic; David Peña, Realtor Atoka Properties; Tara Trout, Assistant Vice President AHT Insurance; and Janelle Brevard, Chief Storyteller National Association of Realtors.
About the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties
Founded in 1999 by local volunteers, the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit designed to grow community giving in Loudoun and northern Fauquier counties, surrounding areas and across the nation. Since its inception, the Community Foundation has granted more than $9.2 million back into the community including through its Community Emergency Relief Fund in response to Covid19. Donors who include the Community Foundation in their philanthropic vision benefit from low fees, knowledgeable staff, and personal assurance that legal and accounting issues are managed under one cost-effective banner: the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. CommunityFoundationLF.org, GiveChoose.org, and FacesofLoudoun.org (703) 779-3505.