Joan Lipsitz, senior fellow, MDC, and program director, Lilly Endowment, re-elected chair, Executive Service Corps of the Triangle; Beth Maxwell, elected vice-chair; new board members include The Rev. Laura Benson, executive director, Triangle Lutheran Family Services of the Carolinas; Dave Gettles, retired executive, Nationwide Insurance; Michael Gulley, director of annual giving and stewardship, WakeMed Foundation; and Gracie Johnson-Lopezl, senior vice president of administration/human resources, North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Durham.
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