Board of Directors

Clarence Wilson

President, WJCC Schools Foundation

Clarence retired from DuPont Company after 25 years, with the last 15 in upper management. His responsibilities included corporate finance and business management of worldwide operations. He holds degrees in business marketing as well as an MBA in finance. Clarence has been long active in community organizations including the Williamsburg Health Foundation and the York-James City-Williamsburg NAACP.

I believe in a strong public education system and believe the Foundation will help achieve that goal.

– Clarence Wilson, President of Board of Directors and York-James City-Williamsburg NAACP

  • Amy Dassler
    Bay Area Veterinary Surgery
  • Aaron H. De Groft, Ph.D.
    Muscarelle Museum of Art
  • Chip Devine
    Ferguson Enterprises
  • Roy Femenella
    Community Service Volunteer
  • Tatia Granger, Ph.D.
    College of William & Mary
  • Aaron Hairston
    Public Education Advocate
  • Olwen Herron, Ed.D.
    Superintendent, WJCC Public Schools
  • Julie Hummel
    School Board Member, WJCC Public Schools
  • Jeremy P. Martin, Ph.D.
    College of William & Mary
  • Pamela Mason
    College of William & Mary
  • W. Scott Mowry, CFP
    Legacy Financial Group
  • Rick Nahm
    Community Advocate
  • Patty O’Neill, Ph.D.
    College of William & Mary
  • Joe Poole, III
    Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • Penny S. Pulley
    Public Education Advocate
  • Barbara Reynolds
    Community Service Volunteer
  • Ginny Snead
    The Louis Berger Group
  • William Turner
    Wells Fargo Bank
  • Amanda Ulishney
  • Ginny Van Wicklin
    Peninsula Animal Referral Center
  • Steve Vignolo
    Community Service Volunteer
  • Barbara Watson
    James City County
  • Alfred L. Woods
    Community Advocate

Valued Committee Members

  • Tempy Barbru
    Executive Assistant to the Board
  • Tori Ford
  • Denise Kellogg
  • Al Louer
  • Terry McCray
  • Steve Rosen
  • Jill Trott

I want to encourage ongoing innovation in the classroom that promotes 21st century learning.

– Patty O’Neill, Board Member and parent

By funding innovative learning grants, the WJCC Schools Foundation can create opportunities inspired by imagination resulting in extraordinary experiences for our students.

–  Barbara Reynolds, Vice President of Programs and Community Service Advocate

It is vital that schools develop the means to offer students new and innovative ways to deal with 21st century challenges. By providing grants and awards to teachers, we will unleash their natural creativity that will encourage such innovation.

– Steve Vignolo, Vice President of Governance and Community Service Volunteer