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UNITED WAY OF FORSYTH COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Winston-Salem, NC ….February 15, 2016
At the December Board of Directors’ meeting, The United Way of Forsyth County Board recognized three retiring directors for their years of service and elected four new directors.
The following directors retired and received commendations for their years of service:
Henry A. Brown, III (Andy) (2005-2015) – During his tenure, Andy served in various leadership roles including Board Chair in 2012 and 2013, Chair of the Marketing and Communications Committee and most recently, Immediate Past Chair and Chair of the Place Based Performance Committee.
Mark R. Johnson (2014 and 2015) – Mark served the past two years as Chair of United Way of Forsyth County’s Young Leaders United, inspiring other young leaders to become involved in United Way.
L. David Mounts (2013-2015) – David was instrumental in Inmar’s company campaign and inspired other companies to become involved in United Way. David’s talent and experience as an innovator was critical during United Way’s strategic planning process and implementation.
New board directors include:
Chris Fox, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Hanesbrands Inc. Chris’ responsibilities include oversight of Hanesbrand’s worldwide corporate responsibility programs. He received his B.A. in Economics from the College of William and Mary and his Juris Doctorate/MBA from Wake Forest University.
Melissa Martin, Marketing Assistant, Hanesbrands Inc. Melissa is a Wake Forest University graduate, former high school teacher and field hockey coach, and is currently working on her MBA at Wake Forest University. Melissa chairs United Way of Forsyth County’s Young Leaders United.
Stephen J. Motew, MD, MHA, Senior Vice President, Novant Medical Center. Dr. Motew leads Novant Health’s Greater Winston-Salem market. He is also the senior vice president of physician services for physician clinics and service lines for the Winston Salem market. Dr. Motew has a BA degree in Anthropology from Emory University and received a MD-Cum Laude from the University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Medicine. He is a fellow with the American College of Surgeons, a member of the Southern Association of Vascular Surgery and the Society for Vascular Surgery.
Elwood L. Robinson, Ph.D., Chancellor, of Winston-Salem State University. Dr. Robinson became Chancellor of Winston-Salem State University in September of 2014. He received his B. A. in Psychology from North Carolina Central University and earned his Doctorate from Pennsylvania State University with clinical training as a research associate at Duke University Medical Center.