The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties Board of Directors added two veteran business and community leaders to its governance.
Lisa Kimball, an Ashburn resident, is vice president of Identity Management Systems at Telos Corporation, serves as chairwoman of Virginia Identity Management Standards Advisory Council, advisor to Leesburg-based ECHOWorks and the Loudoun County Medical Reserve Corps, is vice chairwoman of Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers, and serves on the board and executive committee of the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce.
Tracey White, also of Ashburn, is vice president of Community and Government Relations for Hospital Corporation of America’s Capital Division that includes Stone Springs Hospital. She is a member of the Cornerstones board and executive committee, an executive committee member and past chairwoman of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the Northern Virginia Chamber board. She has previously served as a member of the Medical Care for Children Partnership Foundation board, the George Mason University College of Health and Human Services Advisory Board, the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and as the board vice president of Loudoun Hunger Relief. Her various awards include the 2000 Chamber Executive of the Year. She lives in Ashburn.
The Community Foundation fosters a community of grant makers by promoting strategic local leadership and investing in partnerships for community benefit. Its core mission is to build local everlasting endowment based on each donor’s personal charitable interests. Learn more at communityfoundationlf.org.