Board of Directors

TAP’s governing body is its board of directors. It has a tripartite structure—which requires the involvement of representatives of those we serve, elected officials, and the private sector—to ensure it is made up of diverse, engaged, local community members.

The composition of the board of directors is as follows:

  • Low-Income Individuals and Families: A minimum of one-third of the tripartite board; must be democratically selected.
  • Elected Officials or Their Representatives: One-third must be elected officials, holding office at their time of selection, or their representatives.
  • Major Groups and Interests in the Community Served

Officers

Charlotte Moore, Chair of the Board
John S. D’Orazio, First Vice-Chair of the Board
Sandra Pratt, Second Vice-Chair of the Board
Jennifer Eversole, Treasurer of the Board
Brenda L. Hale, Secretary of the Board
Harriet Woodward, Assistant Secretary of the Board
W. Lee Wilhelm, III, Chair Emeritus

Civic and Community Representatives

David K. Allen, Bank of North Carolina
John S. D’Orazio, Salvation Army Roanoke Valley
Deneen Evans, Radford University School of Social Work
Jennifer Eversole, Management Stack
Brenda L. Hale, Local Colors
Michael J. Hertz, Roanoke Bar Association
Rita Joyce, Susan G. Komen Virginia Blue Ridge Affiliate
Kevin Lockhart, SunTrust Bank
Sandra Pratt, CCS Nonprofit Resource Center
Keith A. Rickoff, Freedom First Credit Union

Public Officials

Vicky G. Agnor, County of Rockbridge
Richard Byrd, County of Bath
Dan Collins, County of Craig
Amy Glaeser, City of Lexington
Billy W. Martin, Sr., County of Botetourt
Charlotte Moore, County of Roanoke
Melinda Payne, City of Salem
Dr. David B. Trinkle, City of Roanoke
Harriett Woodward, County of Alleghany

Low-Income Representatives

Andrea Ames, Head Start Policy Council
Craig Balzer, This Valley Works Board of Commissioners
Monique Clemont, Homeless Advisory Council
Kim Gregory, Head Start Advisory Committee
Baraka Kasongo, Volatia Language Network
Charles Price, Harrison Museum of African-American Culture
Cleo Sims, Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Clarice Walker, Loudon-Melrose Neighborhood Forum, Inc.
Lorena Taylor-Rollins Wilson, Roanoke Branch NAACP