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- The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has recently selected several new leaders to govern two separate campus boards. New members were recently appointed to serve one three-year term on the board of Directors of The UNCG Excellence Foundation and The UNCG Board of Visitors. New Excellence Foundation Directors are: William Nutt, Greensboro; Roddy Flow, Winston-Salem; and Bronna Willis of Lynchburg, VA. The re-appointed Excellence Foundation Directors are Pete Cross, Richard Holderness, and John D. Hopkins, all of Greensboro; Athena P. Gallins, Winston-Salem; and Besty B. Strandberg, Rocky Mount. The UNCG Excellence Foundation meets once quarterly and has the full authority to alter or amend the University Articles of Incorporation or repeal any and all Bylaws of the Corporation, with prior approval from UNCG Board of Trustees. The UNCG Excellence Foundation is also responsible for appointing members of the UNCG Board of Visitors. The new members are: Edwin Bryan, Tyler Crooker, Maurice DeBerry, Barry Frank, Jeanne Hassell, Denise Maleska, Kim Mays, Agnes S. Moore, Susan Polinsky, Mimi Stang Debbie Linder, and Lynn Stanley all of Greensboro; Mary S. Haley and Smith Self, of Winston-Salem; Ashley Kotis, Summerfield; Nancy Reed, Raleigh; Donald Lampe, Stoneville; Judy Talbert,Wrightsville Beach; Christopher Tew and Laura Tew, of Ooltewah,TN. The re-appointed members are Douglas W. Copeland, Joan K. Samet, Robert W. Mays, Jr., and Arthur M. Winstead, all of Greensboro; Marty Kotis and W. Douglas Young of Summerfield; and Joyce D. White, Raleigh The UNCG Board of Visitors advocates for the University in the community and throughout the state in search of opportunities for members to work with and support various university activities through service on committees, advisory boards and other groups that heightens the visibility of UNCG. The Board of Visitors usually meets twice each year, once in conjuction with the annual meeting of the Excellence Foundation.