ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- Whitefoord, Inc. proudly announces seven new board members who will join the current board of directors. For 26 years, Whitefoord has addressed the health and early education needs of the Edgewood community through a Community Health Center, School-Based Health Centers and an Early Learning Academy. The new board members will join the current board of fourteen diverse civic leaders and professionals.

"Whitefoord has a significant history of impressive board leadership and commitment to the improvement of the lives of the Edgewood community and beyond, and the seven new board members will continue and advance this legacy of contribution and impact.  These individuals bring an array of stellar industry success coupled with a profound dedication to community service and advancement in equity.  We are most fortunate to obtain their talents and service for the betterment of our organization" said Craig Tindall, CEO of Whitefoord said.

"We are excited for this dynamic and passionate group of leaders to join the current board of directors to continue to move the Whitefoord mission forward by expanding health services to families and children Atlanta-wide through its School-Based Health Center work and new Community Health Center," said Andrea N. Smith, Chair of Whitefoord's Board of Directors.

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New Board Members:

Miriam Archibong, Esq. –  Associate Attorney, Alston & Bird

Michelle Dawson, MPH –  Consultant, JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.

Victoria Holbert, MS –  Center Director, Easter Seals of North Georgia

Belise Livingston-Burns MD –  Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine

Ponce DeLeon Tidwell, Esq. –  Assistant General Counsel, Eli Lilly and Company

Michael Weiss, Esq. –  Partner, Carroll & Weiss, LLP

Terri Wright PhD – Independent Consultant

About Whitefoord, Inc.
Whitefoord is a community-based and driven Federally-Qualified Health Center that is dedicated to providing health care through school-based health centers and in community settings; promoting health awareness; encouraging healthy families; and, advancing early childhood development. Today, Whitefoord serves more than 2,500 families and children in Southeast Atlanta through its health centers and its partnership with Atlanta Public Schools around early child care and education.

Natalie Smith, Human Resources Director

Source: Whitefoord, Inc.
Filed Under: Health, Education

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