WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — -The Winston-Salem Foundation has made some staff changes and additions, bringing its staff to 20 people.
B. Thomas Lawson Jr., vice president of donor services since 1997, has been named executive vice president of donor services, responsible for all aspects of the foundation’s works with donors.
Steven M. Eastman, a senior computer analyst for Wachovia Corp. for five years, has been named director of information systems and technology. The foundation’s first tech guru, he initially will focus on upgrading computers, acquiring a phone system, integrating software throughout the office and revamping the foundation’s Web site.
James Delvin Gore, a program associate since 1997 working with nonprofits, has been promoted to program officer.
And Jeffrey Alan Coppage, director and pastor of Prodigals Community, a Winston-Salem drug-recovery center he helped found in 1986, has joined the foundation as a program associate, working with nonprofits and donor-advised funds.