Board members are the fiduciaries who steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, as well as by making sure the nonprofit has adequate resources to advance its mission.
The Board of Directors has three primary legal duties known as the "duty of care," "duty of loyalty," and "duty of obedience."
Duty of Care:
Take care of the nonprofit by ensuring prudent use of all assets, including facility, people, and good will;
Duty of Loyalty:
Ensure that the nonprofit's activities and transactions are, first and foremost, advancing its mission; Recognize and disclose conflicts of interest; Make decisions that are in the best interest of the nonprofit corporation; not in the best interest of the individual board member (or any other individual or for-profit entity).
Duty of Obedience:
Ensure that the nonprofit obeys applicable laws and regulations; follows its own bylaws; and that the nonprofit adheres to its stated corporate purposes/mission.
Jeff Stein, Chair, Elon University
Chris Bryan, Past Chair, Truist
Jack Lindley, Director Emeritus, Industrial Paper Products
Lacey Way, Treasurer, First Presbyterian Church
Kelly Carlisle, Pinnacle Financial Partners
Yazmin Garcia-Rico, NC State Govt, DHHS
Reagan Chandler Gural, Alamance Chamber
Tyronna Hooker, Alamance Achieves
Brian Long, Burlington Police Department
Anita Mazyck, Honda Power
Michelle Mills, Alamance County Government
Jill Plunkett, Community Leader
Janet Queen, Labcorp
Bobbi Ruffin, City of Burlington, Recreation and Parks
Hardin Watkins, City of Burlington