James "Jimmie" Carter

Board Chairperson
jimmieinws@gmail.com

Mr. Carter is a regional real estate developer and long-time resident of the Northern Neck/Lancaster County. He is actively involved in health care administration and economic development initiatives. He currently is a consultant for the Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital Foundation and is the recipient of the Commonwealth’s 2013 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award.


John May

Board Member, President, and Chief Executive Officer
jmay@cid-va.com

John has been in the telecommunications industry and part of the Northern Virginia technical community for over 30 years. As CEO of TrustNetMD, he provides Johns Hopkins social media solutions that solve problems involving geographically diverse communities. Previously, as CEO and Chairman of Linguateq, he built the company into the premier enterprise data interoperability provider, which became a one of America’s Networks “Red Hot Start-ups” and one of Washington D.C.’s “Fast 50”. He had executive positions at Telenet (an ARPANET spinoff), GTE, Sprint, MCI, and COMSAT focused on networking and collectivity solutions.John is now interested in applying new advances in... read more


B.H Hubbard, III

Board Member, Secretary & Treasurer
bhbh@irvingtonlaw.com

Mr. Hubbard is a partner in Hubbard,, Terry & Britt in Irvington, Virginia where his areas of practice include business and estate planning and real estate. He received his B.A. in English from the University of Virginia and his Doctorate of Law from the University of South Carolina, where he was a member of the Editorial Board of the Law Review. Prior to law school, he taught school in Lancaster and Chesterfield Counties, Virginia. He has been admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, the... read more


Frank L. Lewis

Government Affairs
flewis@va.metrocast.net

Frank is a former senior executive from the federal government with 30 years of service. An economist by education and training, he spent over 20 years at the White House Office of Management and Budget in a variety of capacities. He directed research into improved government-wide budgeting and management practices such as zero-based budgeting, management by objectives and cost-benefit analysis.He served as the White House representative to several Federal Regional Councils established to ensure coordinated responses to emerging crises in the regions. As Deputy Associate Director of the Cost of Living Council, he directed research and policy analysis governing the... read more


Debbie Tyler

Vistage Chair, CEO Coach, MindShare
debbie.tyler@vistagechair.com

Ms. Tyler is a CEO Coach and Vistage Chair for Peer Advisory Board Groups. She increases business leader effectiveness while enhancing CEO lives. She serves as an advisor to Capefirst Funding; and a board member, coach, and mentor to multiple middle market, start-up, early stage and growth companies.Ms. Tyler is focused on addressing uncomfortable truths to achieve individual goals and conquer challenges, business leaders working with her evolve personally and professionally. Her work includes leadership coaching, board and executive team meeting/group facilitation and employee engagement. Her clients and partners become better leaders who achieve improved results through assessment, classic questioning... read more


Graham H. ("Jack") Neal

Sr. Vice President-Investments, Wells Fargo Advisors

Mr. Neal is Sr. Vice President - Investments at Wells Fargo Advisors where he has worked for 42 years. He is President of the George W. Verlander Foundation which is an educational foundation for the children of Lancaster County. He has many ties to this community, his wife’s family lives in Lancaster County and he has had ties here for over 36 years in the Kilmarnock office.


Lurita Doan

CEO of AiRENDIL
luritad@yahoo.com

The Honorable Lurita Doan is an African American entrepreneur and innovator, with extensive experience in both the private and public sectors. She is CEO of AiRENDIL™, which provides innovative, emerging technologies to the federal government intelligence community.Ms. Doan served as the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) from May 31, 2006 to April 30, 2008. She was unanimously confirmed by the Senate and was the first woman and the second African-American, to serve as chief executive of the U.S. General Services Administration.She has received numerous awards for innovation. In 2008, Ms. Doan received the prestigious “Friend of the... read more


Elizabeth "Sissy" Crowther

President, Rappahannock Community College
ecrowther@rappahannock.edu

Dr. Crowther is President of Rappahannock Community College ("RCC"), a Chronicle of Higher Education “Best Colleges to Work For,” which encompasses seven locations in 12 counties across Eastern Virginia. She is a member of Visions, a group active with economic development and promoting prosperity in the Northern Neck. Many of her initiatives focus on training young people to assure there are good opportunities to work and achieve a high quality of life. She also is a Director at Bay Banks of Virginia, Inc., Northern Neck Insurance Company, Inc., Bon Secours Richmond Hospital Systems, and other business and non-profit boards. Dr.... read more


Arpad G. Toth

Executive Advisor
agtoth@gmail.com

Arpad is a highly skilled business leader who has managed and delivered exceptional results in performance, profits, and efficiencies in the USA and globally. For four decades, he has held Chief Technology Officer, System Solution Architect, and Business Development executive positions in Fortune-100 (Nortel, Philips, Kodak, Circuit City) and mid to small technology firms (GTSI, Alacera International, Powerwave, COMINT).Arpad has been involved in smart city projects to include Cairo Diplomat City project in Egypt, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) project in Saudi Arabia (2million + residents),  Kuwait Silk City proposal (new city across Kuwait City in the Bay area homing 2.5... read more