New board members continue tradition of strong community leadership
The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore announces the addition of six new members to the charitable organization’s board of directors.
Each new member was recently elected to serve a three-year term and brings the total number of board members to 25. All six continue the Foundation board’s tradition of strong community leadership in providing unselfish service and commitment to the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. The new board members are: Morgan Hazel; Velda Henry; Todd Hershey; Jim Jones; Dr. Annette Wallace and Dr. George Whitehead.
Morgan Hazel – Mr. Hazel was born and raised in Salisbury. He is currently the co-owner, with his son-in-law, of Fixer-Upper Fitness here in Salisbury. He is on the Board of Trustees of Wor-Wic Community College, as well as on the Board of HALO and is also involved with his Church.
Velda Henry – Mrs. Henry is a retired Supervisor of Human Resources for
the Worcester County Board of Education. She is on the Board of Trustees for the Blood Bank of Delmarva, a member of the Eastern Shore of Maryland Education Consortium, serves on the Quality Assurance Board of the Atlantic General Hospital, the Board of Directors for the Art League of Ocean City, and is a retired member of the Board of Trustees for Wor-Wic Community College.