Meet Our Board
Tim W. Bell

Tim W. Bell


Director of Facilities Management
Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Tim Bell is a member of the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist team, where he has served for twenty-one years. He is currently the Director of Facilities Management and oversees $31.5M expense and $2.8M revenue budgets. He is a veteran of 20 plus years of military service in the United States Air Force, where he served as a Headquarters Financial Analyst and retired at the rank of MSgt (E-7). Tim earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Mount Olive College and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Wake Forest University. Tim is also an ordained minister, author and motivational speaker. He is married to Donyea (Dee) Dockery and has two sons, Brandon and Jared, and two grandchildren Brandon and Malia.
Robert D. Sipprell, Jr. (Bob)

Robert D. Sipprell, Jr. (Bob)

Vice Chair

Community Volunteer
Bob Sipprell is a retired Human Resource Executive, having spent his career in Winston-Salem with Integon and Wachovia. He has lived in Clemmons 40+ years. Bob graduated with a BA in Economics from Bethany College and an MBA from Michigan State. He has been an active volunteer in the community, serving on the boards of the YMCA and March of Dimes and volunteering with the Clemmons Food Pantry and Clemmons Methodist Men’s Club disaster relief teams. Bob and his wife Drinda have two grown sons and six grandchildren.
Bradley O. Gray

Bradley O. Gray


Managing Principal
Gray, Callison & Jones CPA, PC
Bradley O. Gray is the managing principal of the CPA firm Gray, Callison & Jones CPA, PC in Winston-Salem, NC. In addition to the firm management, Brad also provides tax and accounting services to individuals, small businesses, and certain nonprofit organizations. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Brad is certified to practice in North Carolina and he is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Brad is involved with many civic and community groups, is a Paul Harris Fellow in the Clemmons Rotary Club, and lives in Clemmons, North Carolina.
Holly M. Groce, JD

Holly M. Groce, JD


Attorney and Partner
Clemmons Family Law
Holly Groce is an attorney and a founding partner in Clemmons Family Law, practicing primarily juvenile and family law. Holly has lived in Clemmons for the majority of her life. She earned her undergraduate degree from UNC and graduated from the Campbell Law School. Holly is an active member of Center Grove Baptist Church and served on the board at the Jerry Long YMCA. Holly and her husband, Michael, have three sons, Connor, Carson and Colby.
Maria Poindexter Vernon

Maria Poindexter Vernon

Immediate Past Chair

Speech-Language Pathologist
WS/FC Schools
Maria Vernon is a resident of Lewisville, NC. She received her BS & MA in Communication Disorders in 1999 and 2001 from Appalachian State University. Maria is a part-time speech-language pathologist with WS/FCS where she works at an elementary school. Maria is a member emeritus and former board chair of the Appalachian State University Reich College of Education Advancement Board. Maria was the first female recipient of the Appalachian Young Alumni Award in 2007. Maria also serves on the board of H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat) Winston-Salem, volunteers on various committees at River Oaks Community Church, where she is the volunteer coordinator for the ROCC 5K race to raise money for local missions. Maria coordinated several Alex’s Lemonade Stand fundraisers for her students with special needs from 2012-2020 where they raised over $48,000 by selling lemonade for Pediatric Cancer research with a focus on community, character, and communication. Maria is a board-member and immediate past chair of the Shallow Ford Foundation. Maria and her husband Chris, live in Lewisville with their two children.
Emmy Corn

Emmy Corn

First National Bank
Emmy Matthews Corn is a lifelong resident of East Bend, NC. She is a graduate of Gardner Webb University with a Master’s in Business Administration. With over 15 years in banking, Emmy is a manager and lender for First National Bank of Pennsylvania in Yadkinville, NC. She and her husband Steven Corn have one son, Landon. While supporting her husband in his role as a local Baptist minister, Emmy also gives of her time and talents as a member of the Yadkinville Rotary Club and as the annual Empty Bowls event coordinator for Yadkin Christian Ministries. She is also the co-founder of the NC DECA Friends and Alumni Association, an organization that supports high school career and technical education as well as business and marketing students with networking and scholarship opportunities.
Kim Henson

Kim Henson

Community Volunteer
Kim Henson is a resident of Lewisville and was born and raised in High Point, NC. She is a graduate of East Carolina University where she received a BS in Business Marketing with a minor in management. She had a career in business and was a Marketing Consultant. Kim left the business industry and started volunteer coaching at WCCC. While there, she helped start a training program for young girls, 6-9, to develop their basketball skills. She started an AAU basketball Team, Salem Swish, and coached them for two years. Kim was a 9th grade and JV volleyball coach at Reagan High School for four years. She volunteers at the Forsyth Humane Society and is a strong supporter of their program. She is married to Chris and they are parents of two daughters.
Robert D. Hinshaw, JD (Robin)

Robert D. Hinshaw, JD (Robin)

Principal, Robert D. Hinshaw, Attorney
Robin Hinshaw is a native of Elkin, NC. He has two sons, Rob and Brett, and resides in Clemmons. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Wake Forest University and his Juris Doctor Degree from Wake Forest School of Law. Robin was active in the Jaycees serving as Vice President, President, and State Legal Counsel. He has served on the Boards of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Estate Planning Council of Winston-Salem, Clemmons Medical Center Foundation, Cancer Services, and the Clemmons Community Development Council. He has been certified by the NC State Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law since 1991. Robin has also been accredited by the National Council of Estate Planning Councils as a Certified Estate Planner. He enjoys woodworking, music, and golf in his spare time.
Brett W. Hoge

Brett W. Hoge

Senior Managing Director
Truist Investment Services, Inc
Brett W. Hoge has been in the financial industry since 1999. Brett has gained several recognitions within BB&T, including the Sterling Performers Award, the John Sherman, Jr. Leadership Award and membership in the firm’s Presidents Council. Brett was recognized by the Triad Business Journal as one of its 40 Leaders Under Forty in 2016, and a "Top 400 Financial Adviser" by The Financial Times in 2017, 2018 & 2020. In 2020, Brett was named one of the Top 1200 Financial Advisors in the U.S. for the second year in a row by Barron's, ranking 3rd in North Carolina, up from 6th in 2019. A passionate community volunteer and mentor, Brett received the 2007 Forsyth County United Way Volunteer of the Year Award, the Investment News’ Community Leadership Award, and is a past president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Forsyth, Davie and Yadkin counties. Brett is also founder and board member of the LVH ALS Foundation, which raises money to fund ALS research for the Duke University ALS Clinic. The Foundation has raised over 2 million dollars for ALS research since its inception in 2014.Brett and his wife, Wendy, live in Advance and have two children, Riley and Berkley. Brett enjoys hunting, fishing and golfing.
Jennifer W. Johnson

Jennifer W. Johnson

Three Magnolias Financial Advisors
Jennifer Johnson, Principal of Three Magnolias Financial Advisors in Winston-Salem, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA from UNC-Greensboro. In addition, she has completed the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation. Active in the community and in philanthropy, Jennifer and her husband, David, have supported several organizations including Second Harvest Food Bank, Samaritan Ministries, and Matthew 25 Ministries. Jennifer has served in leadership roles as a member of the Boonville United Methodist Church and Winston-Salem Financial Services Professionals. She also coaches youth softball coach in Yadkin County. Jennifer and David reside in Boonville and have two daughters, Elizabeth "Libby" and Ella Caroline.
William T. Lawler (Bill)

William T. Lawler (Bill)

Community Volunteer
Bill Lawler has been a resident of Clemmons since 1993. Retired after a 36-year career in business and corporate development, he is now active as a board member and volunteer for a number of community organizations. Bill is married to Donna Lawler and are the parents of 8 children and 11 grandchildren.
Stacy Mayhew, CPA

Stacy Mayhew, CPA

Chief Financial Officer
Hip Chics, Inc.
Stacy is a certified public accountant and has served as the chief financial officer for Hip Chics Inc. in Clemmons since its inception 15 years ago. She received her BS in Business Administration and Masters of Accounting from UNC – Chapel Hill and worked in public accounting for several years before entering the corporate world. She is an active member of River Oaks Community Church where she enjoys her small group and children’s program involvement. Stacy is also a founding board member and volunteer treasurer for a local non-profit, Sally’s Angels, Inc. which serves families of critically and chronically ill children in our community. She and her husband Les live in Clemmons and have three grown children, Ryan, Jake and Meredith.
Robin Paul

Robin Paul

Chris Paul Family Foundation
Robin has been a resident of Lewisville since 1984. She is co-founder of the Chris Paul Family Foundation and retired from Wachovia Bank. Robin works closely with organizations trying to level the playing field for children in various cities. She is a core member of YourMomCares, focusing on children’s mental health. Robin and her husband, Charles Paul, Sr., have 2 sons – Charles Paul, Jr. (CJ) and Chris, and four grandchildren – Chris II, Camryn, Carder, and Chloe.
Dan R. Pugh

Dan R. Pugh

Community Volunteer
Former Mayor of Lewisville, Dan Pugh has roots in western Kentucky where he attended Murray State University on a baseball scholarship. He graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry and Mathematics along with achieving 2nd Lieutenant in the Army ROTC. He began his career by accepting a teaching and research fellowship in Organic Chemistry at the University of Kentucky Graduate School where he taught master and PHD level courses. Called to active military duty in Vietnam at age 25, Dan served first as Company Commander, then Logistical Operations Officer at the Third Army Headquarters in Georgia along with Survivor Assistance Officer. He retired from the Army after 30 years of service as a Lieutenant Colonel. After military service, Dan worked at RJ Reynolds in the R&D department holding executive management positions to the level of staff vice-president. Additionally, Dan was elected to 4 terms on the Lewisville town council along with being elected 4 times as mayor. He has been awarded the N.C. Order of the Long Leaf Pine, served statewide on NC League of Municipalities Legislature Action Committees, served 16 years on the Piedmont Triad Regional Council with two terms as chairman and received the first founders award, and served on the Local Metropolitan Transportation Committee addressing the needs for traffic improvement. Dan also assisted in fund raising campaigns for United Way of Forsyth County and is a founding member of the Clemmons Medical Center Foundation Board and served on the inaugural planning team of Leadership Lewisville-Clemmons, now a program of the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce. Dan and his wife Brenda are active members of Unity Moravian Church in Lewisville and are parents of 5 adult children with 8 grandchildren.
Ronnie Willard (Ron)

Ronnie Willard (Ron)

Community Volunteer
Ron Willard has been a resident of Clemmons since the late 70s. He worked for Reynolds for 34 years, retiring as VP of R &D Engineering and Agribusiness Development. He graduated from NC State University with a BS in Engineering and is a member of the Leonidas Polk and Wallace Riddick lifetime giving societies for major benefactors to the university. He served as one of five people on the committee to incorporate Clemmons and served as the first Mayor of its newly formed government. Ron directed the capital campaign to build the West Forsyth YMCA and led three additional capital campaign expansions. Ron is a 23-year member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Clemmons. As a long-time resident of Clemmons, Ron was a strong advocate to bring the Novant Health Medical Center to Clemmons. He served as the first Chairman of the Novant Health Clemmons Medical Foundation. Currently, Ron serves on the Forsyth Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors, is a member of the Board and current President of Cancer Services, and is a member of Clemmons Moravian Church. Ron lives in Salem Glen and has 3 grown children.

Board Member Emerti

John Bost

John Bost

John served as Chair of the Board of Directors and an officer for the Clemmons Community Foundation during a transformational period in 2017 through 2019 and continues to actively serve as an advisor and resource today. John served two terms on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Planning Board; served on various not-for-profit boards, as well as being actively involved in several Community Development Corporations. He has served on the Mayor’s Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness, is a previous chairman of Leadership Winston-Salem, and a former three term Mayor in the Village of Clemmons. As an entrepreneur, John was the founding sponsor of an ecosystem called the Saltbox at 1650 Ivy Avenue in Winston-Salem, which now houses Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods, Love Out Loud, and the School of Love. John is also an author, having most recently published, A Catalyst for Change: How Alignment and Relationships Accelerate Change. He is licensed with the N.C Real Estate Commission and is owner of Master Counsel and Associates, Inc. John is married to LaDonna Bost, an interior designer, and has one daughter, Summer Bost Jackson, a Principal with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, and two grandchildren.
Ken Burkel

Ken Burkel

Ken has been a champion for the Foundation since its birth from the Clemmons Rotary Foundation. A graduate of St. Norbert College, Ken moved to Clemmons from Green Bay, WI as VP of sales and marketing for a large printing company and later co-founded a cost management consulting company from which he retired in 2015. Ken was a 17-year member of the Rotary Club of Clemmons. His community service has included a NC Commission advocating for organ donations, a Big Brother, Jerry Long YMCA Board, Cancer Services Board, Novant Clemmons Foundation Board, moderates a Divorce Care group at his church, Clemmons UMC, was past founding member and Chair of the Board for the Clemmons Community Foundation and, most recently, has been instrumental in initiating the Salem Glen College Assistance Program of the foundation. Ken and his wife, Linda, live in Clemmons and have two sons, Nick and Grant, and three grandchildren.
John D. Crouch, Jr., CPA, CVA

John D. Crouch, Jr., CPA, CVA

John Crouch has been a champion for the Foundation since its birth from the Clemmons Rotary Foundation. John resides in Clemmons. He is a practicing CPA and CVA with Crouch Joslyn Good PLLC. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Lander University. He has served on the finance committee of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County and has chaired the Finance and Personnel committees of Ardmore Baptist Church. John currently volunteers as a Small Business Navigator in the program started by the Community Foundation with the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce. John is married to Ammanda and has three daughters.
Donald S. Kinney, CPA

Donald S. Kinney, CPA

Donald Kinney started his term in the 2016-2017 fiscal year serving as Board Treasurer, which at the time, included all daily accounting for the foundation. He did this as a volunteer, handling all the accounting functions until July 1, 2018 when the foundation hired a part-time accountant. Donald Kinney is a Certified Public Accountant with Crouch Joslyn Good, PLLC in Winston-Salem and has been resident of Clemmons for more than 20 years. Donald graduated with a BA from UNC Charlotte and a BS from High Point University. He is active in his church and serves on the board of Triad Family Network. Donald and his wife, Carolyn, have two grown daughters and four grandchildren.

Board Member Alums

Community Foundation Board Members: 2010*-Present

*The Shallow Ford Foundation (formerly the Clemmons Community Foundation) Board of Directors voted to become a community foundation on March 23, 2011. The list does not include board members of the Clemmons Rotary Foundation, which founded the Clemmons Community Foundation.
Chuck Alexander (2010-2015)
Tim Bell (2018-
John Bost (2015-2019)
Greg Brewer (2016-2020)
Ken Burkel (2013-2018)
Glen Cannon (2014-2015)
Mike Combest (2016-2022)
Emmy Corn (2022-
John Crouch (2010-2011; 2016-2022)
Brad Davis (2015-2018)
Gil Davis (2011-2012)
Ron Davis (2010-2016)
Dan Greer (2012-2014)
Bradley Gray (2021-
Holly Groce (2018-
Terry Hayworth (2014-2016)
Anne Hennis (2010-2016)
Kim Henson (2020-
Mark Hess (2014-2018)
Robert D. Hinshaw (2020-
Brett Hoge (2018-
Chuck Houska (2010-2012)
Jennifer Johnson (2021-
Paul Johnson
Warren Kasper (2015-2016)
Donald Kinney
William Lawler (2018-
Teresa Lindsay (2015-2016)
Joanna Lyall (2011-2018)
Jon Marzano (2012-2013)
Stacy Mayhew (2022-
Liliana McLean (2016-2017)
Erika Mielke (2018-2021)
Sara Migliarese (2014-2015)
Tara O’Brien (2011-2017)
Thomas Orr (2012-2013)
Robin Paul (2020-
Jody Peske (2014-2016)
Dan Pugh (2022-
Charlie Quinn (2010-2013)
Kirsten Russ (2016-2018)
Frank Samuelson (2011-2016)
Steve Sessions (2011-2016)
Robert D. Sipprell (2020-
Dave Solomon (2011-2012)
John Stewart (2010-2013)
Maria Vernon (2016-
Ronnie Willard (2020-

Inaugural Investors

Chuck Alexander*
Jenny Braswell
Ken Burkel
Ashley Cannon
John Crouch
Melissa Dalton
Elizabeth (Izzie) Davis
Ron and Brenda Davis
Gil Davis
Tony Golding
Terry Hayworth
Paul Johnson
Dana Marske
Bill McClain
Carlos Pereira
Charlie and Carol Quinn
Steve and Anne Sessions
David Solomon
John Stewart