Top Row (L-R): Lajuana Tucker Bradford, Regions; Maye Head, Ram Tool; Quentin Riggins, Alabama Power Co.; Guin Robinson, Jefferson State Community College
Bottom Row (L-R): Dawn Helms Sharff, Bradley; Nancy Watts, Community Volunteer; Stephanie Woods, UAB Medicine

The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham is pleased to announce the addition of seven inspiring statewide and regional leaders to our Board of Directors:

Lajuana Tucker Bradford

Regions
SVP, Regional Community Development & Partnerships Manager

Maye Head

Ram Tool
Chairman

Quentin Riggins

Alabama Power Company
Senior Vice President, Governmental and Corporate Affairs

Guin Robinson

Jefferson State Community College
Associate Dean of Economic Development

Dawn Helms Sharff

Bradley
Partner; Birmingham Office Managing Partner

Nancy Watts

Community Volunteer

Stephanie Woods

UAB Medicine
Associate Chief Nursing Officer


“The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham is changing the world by catalyzing community to accelerate economic opportunities for women and their families. None of that work is possible, however, without the leadership and vision of our extraordinary board. Our new board leaders mirror the excellence, talent, and passion that our organization embodies and we are delighted to kick 2019 off strong,“ said Melanie R. Bridgeforth, The Women’s Fund’s President & CEO.

Leslie H. Carlisle, owner of Carlisle & Associates: Philanthropy Consulting, LLC, will serve as Board Chair through June of 2019. She will be succeeded by Tracey Morant Adams, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Community Development and Corporate Social Responsibility Officer at Renasant Bank, who will serve through 2020.

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