The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties recently announced a few changes in leadership.
Tracey White has been appointed chairwoman of the organization’s board of directors, and Paul Siker has been appointed vice chairman.
White, who lives in Ashburn, is vice president of Community and Government Relations for Hospital Corporation of America’s Capital Division that includes StoneSprings Hospital. She is a member of the Cornerstones Board and Executive Committee, board and executive committee member and past-chairwoman of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the board of the Northern Virginia Chamber. She has previously served as a board member of the Medical Care for Children Partnership Foundation, the George Mason University College of Health and Human Services Advisory Board, the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and vice president of the board of directors for Loudoun Hunger Relief. Her various awards include the 2000 Chamber Executive of the Year.
Siker, who lives in Waterford, is founder and CEO of Advanced Recruiting Trends, a talent acquisition and recruitment training consultancy assisting client organizations across the U.S. in identifying, engaging, and on-boarding mission critical talent at the individual contributor, managerial, and executive officer levels. He is also managing partner of The Artisan Group, an executive search and staff augmentation firm. Previously, Siker worked as a senior executive search consultant at The Guild Corporation.
The Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization that builds local grantmaking through permanent endowment, partnerships, and community leadership and is headquartered in Leesburg.