The new members of the HopeLine Board of Directors are:
Allyson McNeill, court administrator for North Carolina Eastern Bankruptcy and co-organizer of Skate for Life 2012, a skateboarding competition that raised more than $6,000 in funds towards HopeLine and the organization’
Jay McLamb, chief financial officer of Carlie C’s IGA, a 13-store grocery chain in North Carolina. Jay is a seasoned financial veteran, with more than 23 years of experience in domestic and international finance, operations and sales, and strategic planning. Jay will also be serving as HopeLine’s treasurer.
The newly-elected 2012-2013 executive officers of the Board of Directors are:
Nicolette Baglio, president. Nicolette is owner/principal at ProAnnecto, Inc., an independent management consulting firm in Raleigh, N.C. She has a background in sales, marketing and business strategy, and previously served as the marketing manager for Pretty in Pink Foundation. Nicolette has served on HopeLine’s Board of Directors since November 2011.
Lauren Brown, vice president. Lauren is an account executive at S&A Cherokee, a full-service communications firm in Cary, N.C. She has worked with a multitude of nonprofits in the past and brings experience in public relations, communications and nonprofit event management. Lauren has served on HopeLine’s Board of Directors since July 2011.
Yancy Strickland, secretary. Yancy is owner/principal at Strickland Consulting, an independent consulting firm catering specifically to nonprofit organizations. He has more than 15 years of fundraising, communications and nonprofit leadership experience. Yancy has served on HopeLine’s Board of Directors since November 2011.
Jay McLamb, treasurer.
Current board members who will continue to serve in 2012 include Beth Donner, Mike Outlaw and Dr. Willa J. Casstevens, LCSW.
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About HopeLine, Inc.
HopeLine, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing free suicide prevention and crisis intervention help through its crisis line and Teen TalkLine. Founded in 1970, the organization has provided a caring, non-judgmental platform to thousands of individuals across North Carolina in an effort to improve the overall well-being of those in the community. HopeLine is a partner agency of the United Way of the Greater Triangle. For more information, visit www.hopeline-