CVHN welcomes 4 members to the Board of Directors

Published: Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 10:52 AM.

Since fall of 2013, Children’s Volunteer Health Network has welcomed four additional members to its Board of Directors. CVHN’s Board of Directors are volunteers who work together to ensure the strategic direction and the mission of the organization is achieved.

“We are excited to welcome these talented members of our community to the CVHN Board of Directors,” said Zach Billingsley, CVHN executive director. “Each of these individuals has demonstrated a passion for CVHN’s mission and each brings a different skill set to our Board. Their involvement will certainly benefit CVHN and the kids we serve.”

New members include Stephanie Brannon with SETCO Services, Dr. Dennis Lichorwic, DMD, with The Center for Cosmetic and Family Dentistry, Jon Lyons with Beachy Beach Destin Real Estate and Will Palmer with Beach Properties of Florida.

These new members are welcomed by current board members including Reynolds Henderson (president) with Continental Pacific, Dennis Peters (vice president) with Gulf South Research Corporation, Penny Jackson (secretary) with Sandestin Real Estate, Dale Dalbey (treasurer) with Synergy Home Care of the Emerald Coast, Tricia Carlisle-Northcutt (founder) with Right Brain Strategies & PR, Jane Bahr (founding board member) with Employment Screening Services, Don David with Merrill Lynch, Amin Delawalla with Beach Properties of Florida, Dr. Russell Richardson, DMD, with Parkway Dental Associates, and Tom Lauderdale with GlaxoSmithKline.

Children’s Volunteer Health Network is constantly seeking volunteers and committee members to help achieve its mission of providing free, immediate medical, dental, vision and mental health services to uninsured and underinsured school-aged children in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. Committees include events, golf tournament, finance, fundraising and volunteer. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or joining a committee, email admin@cvhnkids.org.



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