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News Release

For immediate use

June 2, 2006 -- No. 293

Note: New members are
listed below by hometown.

43 new members named
to UNC Board of Visitors

CHAPEL HILL – The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Board of Trustees has elected 43 new members to the UNC Board of Visitors.

The Board of Visitors is an active group of 160 volunteers who help the trustees and the chancellor in a range of activities designed to advance the university.

Members’ main focus is to serve as ambassadors, informing members of their communities about what’s going on at Carolina and, in turn, keeping the university administration informed about what they’re hearing about Carolina in their communities. Their efforts may include public relations, government relations and fund raising.

Scott Maitland of Chapel Hill chairs the board; Ed Fristch of Raleigh is vice chair.

Each board member serves for four years. Each year, as members rotate off, the Board of Trustees elects new members. This year’s new members, listed alphabetically by North Carolina county and then by state, are:

North Carolina members:

• Frank Palmer Stout of Fayetteville, retired orthodontist

• Jim Tatum Jr. of Durham, attorney, Moore & Van Allen

• State Sen. Clark Jenkins (D-Edgecombe, Martin, Pitt) of Tarboro
• Steve Raper, city manager, Rocky Mount

• Stephen Lowder of Winston-Salem, endocrinologist

• State Rep. Lucy Allen (D-Franklin, Halifax, Nash) of Louisburg
• Wendell Wilkie Wilkerson of Franklinton, chair and associate professor, chemistry department, N.C. Central University

• H. Wallace Baird of Greensboro, pathologist, Greensboro Pathology Association
• William H. DuBose of Greensboro, president, South/Win Ltd. in Reidsville, a products and services company
• State Sen. Kay Hagan (D-Guilford) of Greensboro
• Bill Soles Jr. of Greensboro, president and chief executive officer, Soles Brower Smith & Co., an investment banking firm

• John Black of Charlotte, senior vice president, UBS Paine Webber, an investment firm
• Harry Jones of Charlotte, county manager, Mecklenburg County
• Anthony Lathrop of Charlotte, attorney, Moore & Van Allen
• Dr. Rob Selden III of Huntersville, orthodontist
• Dr. Richard Zollinger II of Charlotte, cardiothoracic surgeon, Charlotte Cardiothoracic Surgery

New Hanover
• John Hatcher of Wilmington, corporate vice president, Cardinal Health, a nuclear medicine business
• John Sloan of Wilmington, attorney, Ward and Smith

• Dr. W. Kenneth Morgan of Jacksonville, dentist

• Robyn Owens of Chapel Hill
• Dr. James Sink of Chapel Hill, retired heart surgeon

• State Rep. Nelson Cole (D-Rockingham) of Reidsville
• Lee Niegelsky of Reidsville, managing partner, Anson Reid Partners

• Margaret Rand Martin of Raleigh, vice president, Dickinson Logan Todd & Barber, a mortgage company
• Jane Forbes Pope of Raleigh
• Sharon Hill Price of Cary, president, Copernicus Group IRB, an independent research review board
• Tonya Nicole Williams of Raleigh, general counsel, N.C. General Assembly

Out-of-state members:

• Jenny Steinbrenner Swindal of Tampa

• Manuel Campano of Norcross, attorney, Campano & Sperling
• Joel Hughey of Atlanta, president, Franklin Street Capital
• Johnny Krawcheck of Atlanta, partner and attorney, Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial

• Toure Claiborne of Rolling Meadows, director of acquisition marketing, Allstate Insurance Company

• W. Kent Taylor of Louisville, chairman, Texas Roadhouse restaurant

New York
• E. William Bates II of Bronxville, senior partner and attorney, King & Spalding
• Barbara Gunn of New York City, senior vice president of operations and government relations, Museum of Natural History
• Thomas Modzelewski of New York City, operations director, Marwood Group, a health care and financial services firm

• Tara Patterson Hammons of Lansdale, attorney, Morgan Lewis & Bockius

• Herman Wommack III of Midland, chairman and chief executive officer, Saber Resources, an oil company
• Allen Drew Lassiter of Dallas, managing director, Raymond James Financial

• William Fuller Jr. of Virginia Beach, president and chief executive officer, Fulco Development Inc.
• William A. Keyes IV of McLean, president, Institute for Responsible Citizenship

Washington, D.C.
• Bernard Bell, senior vice president, TV One, a cable channel for African-Americans
• Timothy Reynolds, associate director, National Economic Council, Executive Office of the President

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