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The individuals profiled below attended programs sponsored by the Director Diversity Initiative and were later appointed or elected to board seats of corporations, nonprofits, or government commissions. Our congratulations to each and thanks for their permission to be recognized here.

Byron Bagby 
Byron S. Bagby

Successes: Board of Directors, Management Support Technology, Inc., (Audit Committee Chairman) (2015); Board of Advisors, Ryan Consulting Group, Chairman (2015).

General Bagby attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2014.

Byron is Managing Partner of BMB Solutions, LLC, an independent consulting firm specializing in executive leadership development and coaching; strategy development; and organizational development.  He served a 33-year career in the U.S. Army with experience in the Pentagon on the Joint Staff in the Directorate of Strategic Plans and Policy.  He was Commandant (same as President) of Joint Forces Staff College, a premier military educational institution, educating 2,500 students annually in ten programs, one of which is accredited to confer a Masters' degree; and Chief Operating Officer (Senior Defense Official) Office of Military Cooperation, Cairo, Egypt, leading all operations of the largest security cooperation office in the world, with programs valued at over $1.3B per year.  Byron has earned the CERT Certificate in Cybersecurity Oversight credential and is a Governance Fellow with National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).  He has served on the Westminster College (MO) Board of Trustees since 2012.

Mary-Ann Baldwin 
Mary-Ann Baldwin


Success: Advisory Board, SunTrust Banks, Inc. (2018).

Ms. Baldwin attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2018.

Ms. Baldwin is the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Holt Brothers Construction and iExecutive Director of the Holt Brothers Foundation. Previously, she was the owner of Baldwin Communications, a marketing consultancy; Director of Marketing, Stewart, Inc.; and Assistant Branch Manager for Mulkey Engineers & Consultants.  Her prior experience also includes other positions in communications, marketing, and public relations.  Ms. Baldwin is a member of the Board of Trustees for William Peace University, a co-founder of Innovate Raleigh, and a former member of the Board of Trustees for Go Triangle.

Emma Singletary Battle
Emma Singletary Battle

Success: Board of Directors, Southeastern Wind Coalition (2018).

Emma Battle was referred through a search of the Diverse Director Database performed by the DDI. Emma is President and CEO of Market Vigor, a business services and consulting company. She also serves as President and CEO of Higher Education Works, a non-profit organization with a mission to increase grassroots knowledge of, support for, and participation in North Carolina’s public higher education systems.  Emma has served as President and Chief Operating Officer at Crisp Digital Agency, Vice President of Client Success at Windsor Circle, Vice President of Marketing and Merchandising at Art.com, and, Vice President of Marketing, Vice President of Strategic Planning, Director of Marketing and Director of Operations & Sourcing, at HanesBrands, Inc.

Laurie Benson

Success: Director, Bassett Mechanical.

Ms. Benson attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of law Director Diversity Initiative in 2012.

Ms. Benson is CEO of a board and strategy consulting company, LSB Unlimited. Previously, she was CEO and Co-Founder of Inacom Information Systems (1984 – 2009). She also serves on the boards of First Business Bank, Madison; MIG Commercial Real Estate; and Mead & Hunt. Her nonprofit board service, includes American Family Children's Hospital Board of Advisors. Ms. Benson is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), Women Corporate Directors (WCD), and Global Board Ready Women.

Andrea H. Bierce

Successes: Boards of Directors Cyient (October 2014), a public company in Hyderabad, India, and UBS Bank USA (January 2015); Advisory Board Levine Cancer Institute (2016), Fenergo Growth Advisory Board, Dublin, Ireland (2017).

Ms. Bierce attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of law Director Diversity Initiative in 2013.

Ms. Bierce, a resident of Charlotte, is a Board Member and C Suite Professional. She has a distinguished career as a consultant, business advisor, banker, and operating executive. She has deep expertise in complex areas including outsourcing, strategy, business transformation, marketing, and client experience. She is a former senior partner at KPMG and AT Kearney, both in NYC. She was part of the leadership team at Wachovia (now Wells Fargo) and was as assistant treasurer with JC Penney Co. and Deutsche Bank. She brings strong managerial and leadership expertise to the Board, where her strength is helping to drive decision making in a collaborative fashion while offering keen insights. She has extensive international experience building revenue, enhancing growth, augmenting talent, and/or reducing costs. She is also recognized as one of the country's foremost experts in designing and implementing best in class client experiences leading to increased revenue, better employee engagement and reduced attrition. She is a member of Women’s Corporate Directors, Charlotte Chapter; and a member of Women Executives, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Ed Boyd

Edward R. Boyd, Jr.

Success: Board of Directors, Achievement Academy of Durham (August 2016); Community Leadership Council, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (August 2016); Board of Directors, St. Joseph’s Foundation (September 2016).

Mr. Boyd attended "Broadening Corporate Diversity: Earning a Board Seat" in May 2016.

Mr. Boyd serves as Chief Strategy Officer of iNvictus Group Holdings, LLC, an investment group that addresses the inequities that adversely affect minority communities and populations, using entrepreneurship and education as vehicles of change. He is also a member of the Z. Smith Reynolds Community Leadership Council (2016-19).

Wendy Burden

Wendy Burden

Success: Board of Directors, Just Born, Inc. (May 2017)

Ms. Burden attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2016. 

Ms. Burden has extensive background in the retail, consumer products, healthcare and technology industries and has held senior leadership roles in Finance, Operations and Strategic Planning. She held executive leadership roles in both Chief Financial Officer and General Manager positions at PepsiCo, where she began her career. After PepsiCo, she served in a number of executive roles at Victoria’s Secret including Executive Vice President of Operations/Administration and CFO. Ms. Burden later joined Pacific Sunwear of California, Inc. as Chief Operating Officer. More recently, Ms. Burden served as an executive with several start-up and middle market companies in the health care, mobile technology, and medical device industries. She is also an active angel investor and a member of RTP Capital in Raleigh, NC. Ms. Burden also serves on the board Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines. 

Angeline (Angi) Clinton

Success: Truliant Federal Credit Union (2008-present)

Ms. Clinton attended the North Carolina School of Law’s “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2007.

Ms. Clinton retired in 2011 as Senior Vice President Enterprise Operations Services at Duke Energy after more than three decades with the company. Her primary focus was on service and process improvement, while aligning employee development and training with documented success. She is a former board member of Queens University in Charlotte. She has also completed development training with the American Leadership Forum, Leadership NC, and Leading the Way.

Linda Combs

Successes: Board of Directors, DesignLine International (November 2009) and Investment Fiduciary Governance Commission for NC (December 2013).

Dr. Combs attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in May, 2009.

Dr. Combs, through her work with MorrisonCombs.com, is an executive coach, consultant, speaker and author. She previously earned five Senate confirmations and served the United States government in a number of capacities, including Controller of the United States in the Office of Management and Budget, Assistant Secretary and Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Transportation, Chief Financial Officer of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Assistant Secretary for Management at the Department of the Treasury. In her early career she was a Division Manager at Wachovia Corporation. Currently, she is also a board member of the Appalachian State University Foundation, the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, and on the board of advisors for the Nutrition Research Institute.

Nicole Crawford

Success: Chapel Hill Public Library Foundation

Ms. Crawford attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in June, 2010.

Ms. Crawford lives in Chapel Hill and is a partner at Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard LLP in Greensboro. She practices in labor and employment litigation. She is also a board member of the North Carolina Zoological Society, the Foundation for a sustainable Community, and the Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art.

Joseph D. Crocker

Success: Board of Directors, Bank of Granite Corporation (September 2008).

Mr. Crocker attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in May, 2006.

Mr. Crocker joined the Department of Commerce in 2009 as Assistant Secretary for Community Development where he supervises the Division of Community Assistance, Rural Development Council and N.C.'s Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) program. Mr. Crocker was Director of Operations for the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem, NC. Prior to joining the Foundation, he served as Senior Vice President and Carolinas Community Affairs Manager of Wachovia Corporation. He is the former chair of the Western Carolina University Board of Trustees.

Janet L. Davis

Success: Board of Directors, GSP Marketing Technologies (2014).

Ms. Davis was a panelist at the “Broadening Corporate board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2011.

Ms. Davis is a retired CEO and board member and advisor of companies in software, analytics, direct and interactive marketing, and technology-enabled services. Her most recent operational role was as President and CEO of ShopperTrak RCT. Her prior experience also includes service with TransUnion, where she was an Executive Vice President and Business Unit President. Ms. Davis also serves on the board of ShowingTime.com and on the boards of Advisors for several start-ups, including BiddRocket, Megalytics, Spring Metrics, Market Vue Partners, and Three Ships Media.

Katina Dorton

Success: Board of Directors, BioMedomics (2013), Easter Seals/UCP of NC/VA (2013), Evatran (2011-13), U.S. Ecology, Inc. (August 2014).

Ms. Dorton attended “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat” in 2011.

Ms. Dorton is a senior financial executive with more than 20 years of Wall Street investment banking and related experience advising corporate clients and their boards on capital markets, fund raising, mergers and acquisitions, and other strategic acquisitions. She is a member of the Advisory Board for the NC State University Technology Incubator and the board of the National Association of Corporate Directors, RTP Chapter.

Ana M. Flynn

Success: Member, North Carolina Banking Commission (March 2006).

Ms. Flynn attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2005.

Ms. Flynn is a partner in the Charlotte law firm of Moore & Van Allen, PLLC where she specializes in employee benefits. She serves as a member of the board of directors of Legal Services for the Elderly, and is co-founder of the Hispanic Outreach Task Force, a collaborative effort between Moore & Van Allen, PLLC, the Legal Department of Bank of America, and Legal Services of Southern Piedmont.

Marlowe Foster

Success: Member, North Carolina Banking Commission, Raleigh, NC (October 2006)

Mr. Foster attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2006.

Mr. Foster is the Director for Government Relations at Pfizer Inc., and formerly served as President and Secretary of the Board for the North Carolina Association of Health Plans. Mr. Foster's other board affiliations include: North Carolina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Raleigh, NC (current), Senior Services Board of Trustees, Winston-Salem, NC, NC Progress Board, Raleigh, and American Lung Association Board (NC Chapter), Raleigh, NC.

Genevia Gee Fulbright, CPA, CGMA

Success: Trustee, Board of Trustees of North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM)(July 2017) and Director & Finance Committee, Emily K Center (July 2017).

Ms. Fulbright attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and she served as a panelist in 2012. In addition, she served as a member of the UNC School of Law's Director Diversity Initiative Working Group and is a NACD Governance Fellow. She holds a Certificate of Director Education.

Ms. Fulbright is the President and COO of Fulbright & Fulbright, CPA, PA. She formerly served as a member of the Board of Directors/Trustees of AICPA Council, AICPA Foundation, Lakewood YMCA, M&F Bancorp and its subsidiary, Mechanics & Farmers Bank, National Association of Corporate Directors - Research Triangle Chapter (NACD RTC), NCM Capital Investment Trust, Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) and others.

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Jewell D. Hoover

Success: Board of Directors, AARP (May 2012); Director, Fifth Third Bancorp (October 2009); First Charter Corporation (July 2006-January 2008); Member, North Carolina Banking Commission (2006; resigned to take First Charter position).

Ms. Hoover attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2004 as a potential diverse director and the 2006 "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative. She was a panelist at the 2008, 2103, and 2014 "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" programs.

Ms. Hoover is retired after serving as the president of Hoover and Associates, LLC, a bank consulting company located in Charlotte, NC, that specialized in director training, charter applications, policy development, strategic planning, and management studies. She previously worked for over twenty-five years with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, culminating with service as Deputy District Comptroller for the Western District with supervisory responsibilities for over 400 banks. Ms. Hoover also serves as a member of the Board of Advisors of the UNC School of Law's Center for Banking and Finance.

Deborah Hylton

Deborah J. Hylton

Success: Chair of Board of Directors, SouthLight Healthcare (August 2017), Board of Directors, Wells' Dairy, Inc. (2013) and previous Chair of Board of Directors, Wells' Dairy, Inc. (2008-2012), a family-owned company and maker of Blue Bunny Ice Cream. Placed via national search conducted by Jennifer Pendergast of The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc.

Ms. Hylton was a member of the Director Diversity Initiative Working Group at UNC School of Law.  Ms. Hylton attended “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat” in 2006.

Ms. Hylton utilizes her corporate and legal backgrounds in alternative dispute resolution through Hylton ADR Services Inc.  She previously served as CEO of an investor-backed digital health company,  as a strategic consultant in select roles, and as restructuring officer of KMC Telecom Inc.  Before embarking on her business career, Ms. Hylton was a member and in management roles at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice (now part of Womble Bond Dickinson).

Lloyd Johnson

Success: Apogee Enterprises, Inc., Board of Directors (2017); AARP Board of Directors (2014); AARP Foundation Board of Directors (2014)

Mr. Johnson attended “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat” in 2008 and 2014.

Mr. Johnson is a retired global Managing Director, Finance and Audit for Accenture Corporation. He has also worked in various senior finance leadership positions for Delphi Corporation, Emerson Corporation, Sara Lee Corporation, and Shaw Food Industries, including CFO, Director of Internal Audit, Chief Auditor, and Director of Mergers and Acquisitions. He currently serves on the Apogee Enterprises, Inc., Board (Audit Committee),  National AARP Board (Finance and Audit Committee) and as Chair of the AARP Foundation Board.  Prior board positions include the United Way Central Carolinas Board of Directors (Audit Committee chair), and the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Board of Trustees (Chair of Governance Committee; Chair of Finance and Audit).

William A. Keyes, IV (Bill)

Success: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees (July 2015).

Mr. Keyes attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in 2011.

Mr. Keyes established and chairs the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Responsible Citizenship, which selects some of America’s best and brightest African American male college students for an intensive program in Washington, DC. Mr. Keyes has served UNC-CH in a variety of ways, including on the Board of Visitors, Board of Advisors of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Board of Directors of the Journalism Foundation, and founding Advisory Board member of the Leadership Institute. He formerly worked as a White House Senior Policy Advisor.


Pat Oliver

M. PatRICIA Oliver

Success: Director, Civista Bancshares and Civista Bank (September 2017).

Ms. Oliver attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of law Director Diversity Initiative in 2016.

Ms. Oliver is a Partner and Chair of the Tucker Ellis Financial Services Industry team. Previously, she was executive vice president, general counsel, chief corporate governance officer, and corporate secretary of BB&T Corporation.  Ms. Oliver also was Partner with Squire Sanders and practiced with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease. She currently serves as Chair of the Society of Benchers and a member of the Visiting Committee of CWRU Law School; Chair of the Ursuline Sisters Advisory Board; Trustee of Beck Center for the Arts, and is a member of the Board of Advisors and Steering Committee of the UNC School of Law Center for Banking and Finance.

Dexter V. Perry

Success: Board of Directors, John Rex Endowment, Inc. (October 2014) and Board of Directors, Mechanics & Farmers Bank (2018).

Mr. Perry attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in June, 2011, and was referred for this opportunity through the Diverse Director Database.

Mr. Perry is President & CEO of The Providence Group of North Carolina which is a financial planning & advisory services firm located in Cary, NC. Mr. Perry is a Certified Financial Planner and is responsible for the daily oversight of company operations, with a focus on financial management, strategic planning, regulatory compliance, marketing, and client services.

Mr. Perry formerly served on the Board of Trustees of the N.C. Supplemental Retirement Plan and was chair of the investment subcommittee which is charged with overseeing and monitoring plan assets of more than $6 billion dollars.

D. Keith Pigues

Success: Board of Directors, Research Triangle Foundation (2014), Board of Directors, Office of Mortgage Settlement Oversight (2012), and Board of Directors, Prometheus Group (2010-12).

Mr. Pigues attended the broadening Corporate Board Diversity workshop in 2009 and the North Carolina Bank Directors College in 2010 as a potential diverse director.

Mr. Pigues is tenured full professor of Management and former Dean of the School of Business at North Carolina Central University. He has marketing and governance expertise and has held executive positions at Ply Gem Industries, CEMEX, RR Donnelley, ADP, and Honeywell International. He was formerly an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Leadership at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC-CH, and is the co-author of Winning with Customers. Mr. Pigues is a member of the Executive Leadership Council.

Alvin G. Ragland

Success: Board of Directors, Paragon Commercial Bank (May 2007).

Mr. Ragland attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2004.

Mr. Ragland is a human resources consultant. He formerly served as the Vice President for Engineering & Technology Resources at Headway Corporate Resources, a human capital solutions company, as Vice President for Human Resources at Tekelec, and as an executive with Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications Inc., Northern Telecom, and Carolina Power and Light. He holds leadership positions in several nonprofit organizations, including the Food Bank of Eastern and Central NC, Carolina Ballet, and the Blue Ribbon Committee for Wake County.

Suzanne B. Rudy

Success: Board of Directors, FNB United Corporation (January 2008-November 2010), CommunityONE Bank, N.A. (January 2008-November 2010), Delta Apparel Inc. (January 2010), and Akoustis Technologies, Inc. (2017).

Ms. Rudy attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in May, 2007, and appeared as a panelist at the June 1, 2010 workshop.

Ms. Rudy is CEO of ZR Consultants, Inc.  She previously served as Vice President and Corporate Treasurer RF Micro Devices, Inc.(now Qorvo). She previously served as controller with Precision Fabrics Group, Inc. and as a certified public accountant and Tax Manager for BDO Seidman, LLP, an international accounting firm. She serves on the Board of Visitors for Guilford College; and formerly served as Director of the High Point Arts Council, United Way, and Youth Unlimited Triathlon.

Jennifer Scott

Jennifer Scott

Success: North Carolina State Banking Commission (2017)

Ms. Scott attended the "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity" workshop in 2013.

Ms. Scott serves as Business Development Counsel/Manager at the Raleigh/Wilmington firm of Shipman & Wright, LLP. She previously served as General Counsel for First Bank. She is a North Carolina Bar Certified Specialist in Real Property Law and a Certified Superior Court Mediator. Scott has served on numerous boards, including the Chatham County Planning Board and Economic Development Corporation.

James H. Speed Jr.

James H. Speed Jr.

Success: Board of Directors, Investors Title Company (2010), AAA of the Carolinas (2011), Starboard Investement Trust (2010), Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Charlotte branch (January 2006), Mechanics & Farmers Bank (February 2009), Nottingham Investment Trust (2005).

Mr. Speed attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2005 as a potential diverse director. He is a member of the Director Diversity Initiative Working Group and appeared as a panelist at the May 18, 2007 program, "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat."

Mr. Speed is President and Chief Executive Officer of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company headquartered in Durham, N.C. Mr. Speed is a Certified Public Accountant. His prior employers include Deloitte & Touche, and Hardee's Food Systems (Chief Financial Officer). Mr. Speed serves on the President's Council on Efficiency and Effectiveness for the University of North Carolina (Vice Chairman), and the Governor's Business Council for Fiscal Reform. Mr. Speed's other affiliations include: Appointed chairman of Triangle United Way's Board of Director's (2009), North Carolina Central University School of Business, UNC Healthcare Systems, Triangle Urban League, Communities in Schools of North Carolina, Central Children's Home of North Carolina, Board of Directors of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, and the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce.

Jerrae WIlliams

Jerrae' M. Williams

Successes: Board of Directors, Communities in Schools-Wake County (August 2016).

Ms. Williams attended the “Broadening Corporate Board Diversity” workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Law Director Diversity Initiative in May 2015.

Ms. Williams is a Consultant with the State of North Carolina Department of the Treasurer in Raleigh, North Carolina, focused on local government investment management. Previously, she was a Vice President with Wells Fargo Bank and Deputy Treasurer for the City of Austin, Texas. She is also serving as a board member (Treasurer) of Agape Work Fellowship.

Richard T. (Stick) Williams

Success: Board of Directors, Coca-Cola Consolidated (2017), Bank of Commerce (July 2008-June 2014), HomeTrust Bank and HomeTrust Bancshares Inc. (April 2016).

Mr. Williams attended the North Carolina Bank Directors' College in 2007. Mr. Williams was a panelist at the June 1, 2011 program, "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat."

Mr. Williams is the retired Senior Vice President of Environmental Health & Safety at Duke Energy Corporation and retired President of the Duke Energy Foundation. He has been a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees and served as its chair from 2003-05. He is Chairman the Greater Charlotte YMCA, Chairman-elect of the Mint Museum, and Board Treasurer of Hope Haven, Inc. He also serves on the board of the NC Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Carolinas HealthCare System, and Central Piedmont Community College.

Alfred W. Zollar

Success: Board of Directors Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. (June 2012)

Mr. Zollar was a panelist at the June 1, 2011 program, "Broadening Corporate Board Diversity: Earning a Board Seat."

Mr. Zollar is the managing partner and founder of AWZ Tech LLC, a business advisory firm. He retired from a 34-year career with IBM, where he held various leadership roles within IBM's Software Group division, most recently as general manager for the Tivoli Software unit, a global, multi-billion dollar business. Previously, he served as General Manager of the eServer iSeries segment, President and Chief Executive Officer of IBM Lotus Software, and General Manager of Network Computing Software. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mr. Zollar serves on the Board of Directors of the Chubb Corporation and is a member of the Board of The Abyssinian Fund, a non-profit foundation working to expand economic development in Ethiopia.

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