Happy New Year!
As we celebrate the end of our first year in existence, we bid a fond adieu to our first inaugural Board of Advisors with a huge thank you for their service. We are excited to welcome a new Board for 2018, with new leadership.
Chairing our Board of Advisors for 2018 is Anne Donovan. Vice-Chair is Amanda Hoey, Treasurer Kristina Welch and Secretary is Christy Spencer. Our Past Chair is Jordan Googe.
We are thrilled to welcome five new Board Members.
Originally from New York City, Al Kessler grew up in Connecticut. He comes to Winston-Salem from Macon, Georgia, where he lived for 2 years. Al is the Vice President of Media Relations, Communications, and Broadcasting for the Carolina Thunderbirds Professional Hockey Team.
Erin Lathrop is proud to call Winston-Salem her home of 11 years. After living on the west coast for a number of years, Erin felt called to Winston-Salem. Erin is devoted to promoting Winston-Salem as a thriving, unique town that promotes diversity and welcomes all generations into its fold. Certainly, Erin is thrilled to promote awareness of all that Winston-Salem offers.
Nathan Geipel has lived in Winston-Salem for the last 10 years and been visiting family in Winston-Salem for 20. Nathan works with a local Internet Service Provider in Winston-Salem called X1 Communications.
Nikita Wallace is the CEO and Founder of Winston Salem Fashion Week (WSFW.) She is a wife and mother of 2 who loves all things fashion, running and Prince. She is an artist, stylist and designer with ties to New York. Nikita has a desire to see the city of Winston-Salem thrive even more.
Terry Miller has lived in Winston-Salem just over 5 years now and it truly feels like Home. Owning Twin City Hive has given him the opportunity to meet and become “neighbors” with so many individuals. Terry loves to share all the great aspects of Winston-Salem and what it has to offer and cannot wait to work with the group and help make Winston-Salem shine like a Moravian star!