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Vinnie has been an NCCDF Board member since 2016. He is well-known in the county for his talent as a rock mason. Many high-end homes are graced with his artistry in their hearths and around their homes. He is an avid outdoorsman and loves to travel.
Woody Greenberg has been a Board member since 1986. He is the Retired Dean of the School of Communication and the Arts at the University of Lynchburg. He served as the East District Supervisor from 1990 to 1994. He also volunteers with the Nelson County Historical Society and the Nelson County Education Foundation.
After 26 years at Blue Ridge Medical Center, Peggy Whitehead retired from her role as CEO in 2017 and currently serves as a grant writer for that organization. She has been a board member at NCCDF since 2019. When she is not volunteering, she enjoys long-distance walking.
Connie has been an NCCDF Board member since 2019. She was a nurse-practitioner at UVA, a School Board Trustee, and the Central District representative on the Nelson Board of Supervisors for 16 years. She has served on numerous local, regional and state boards.
Marta has been the CEO of JABA since April 2013. She has made collaboration a focus of her tenure - both internal and external. The opportunities grow as JABA works to help people age in community, through providing services and support along the continuum of aging. Marta has lived in Charlottesville for the past 13 years, returning after 20 years in northern Virginia. Her entire career has been focused on helping seniors achieve the highest quality of life, in the place of their choice. She believes in creating a community that honors and respects the gifts that seniors have to offer.
Conny has been a Board member since 1990. He has his Doctorate from UVA and is a retired Professor of Computer Science at Lynchburg College. He is well known as a sometime canoeist and jazz trumpeter, and he is a former Democratic Party chair.
Victor Monti is a community supporter in Nelson County. He served for 23 years in the Air Force, working and assisting with headquarters projects in and for the Pentagon. He moved to Nelson County in 2018. With a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Vassar College and a library master’s degree from Appalachian State University, Victor has served the county in various roles.
Victor raised funds for the Grow Nelson County $0.5 million building campaign. He served on the Board of Vestry (Elders) of Trinity Episcopal Church in Arrington and continues, there, to raise funds for Nelson County Kids Care and a Haiti education mission and, also, to collect food for the Nelson County Pantry. He also volunteers at the Nelson County Senior Center and Rockfish Valley Community Center. For the last three years he has supported Virginia Organizing in its affordable housing activities.
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