Liz is a community advocate for health, education and social justice. Her focus has been on early childhood development with the vision of fostering economic mobility in the Carolinas. She supports programs and initiatives that focus on the whole child and combine education and health - prenatal to age five. Liz serves on the boards of NC Smart Start and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Foundation and Advisory Boards for the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, UNC Charlotte Cato College of Education, and Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. She sits on the State Board for Nurse Family Partnership and recently became a member of the Mecklenburg County COVID-19 Recovery and Renewal Task Force.
BRADLEY D. WINER
Brad is a former managing director with Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC, previously serving as managing director and partner at McColl Partners, LLC. He supports work encompassing social justice, mobility and Jewish life.
MC Belk Pilon, John M. Belk Endowment
Stephanie Kripa Cooper-Lewter, PhD, MSW, K. B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
Susan Gale Perry, North Carolina DHHS
Dan Gerlach, Dan Gerlach, LLC.
Janice M. Gruendel, PhD, EdM, Bridgeport Prospers
Carmen Hooker-Odom, Former Secretary of North Carolina DHHS
Sara Horstmann, MD, Atrium Health
Brandon Lofton, Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A.
Easter Maynard, Investors Management Corporation / ChildTrust Foundation
Dr. Marcus Plescia, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
Jake Sussman, The Justice Collaborative
Judge Elizabeth T. Trosch, North Carolina Judicial District 26
Stacy Warren, The Duke Endowment
Sue Worrel, The Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte