Board Members

  • Katrina Avery, MD
  • Robert “Rob” E. Barnhill III
  • Ronald “Ronnie” A. Batchelor
  • Lucius “Luke” Blanchard, MD
  • Thomas “Tom” Edward Capps
  • Jean Carter, MD
  • Barbara H. Curtis
  • Scott M. Custer
  • Frederick “Fred” M. Dula, Jr., MD
  • Amy Edge
  • Matthew “Matt” G. Ewend, MD, FACS
  • Eugene “Gene” Flood, Jr., PhD
  • Peter B. Fox
  • Paul Fulton
  • D. Russell “Rusty” Harris
  • A. L. Hobgood III
  • Theodore “Ted” C. Kerner, Jr., MD
  • John A. Kirkland, Jr., MD
  • H. Kelly “Kel” Landis III
  • Kenneth “Ken” B. Lee
  • Bryan Morris
  • George D. Renfro
  • Charlotte Battle Robbins
  • Cecil W. Sewell, Jr.
  • Christopher “Chris” B. Smith
  • Billie Stallings
  • John Strickland, Sr.
  • Richard “Rich” Vinroot, Jr., MD
  • Edwina D. Woodbury

Executive Committee

  • Robert E. Barnhill III
  • Thomas E. Capps
  • Frederick M. Dula, Jr., MD
  • A.L. Hobgood III (Vice-Chair)
  • George D. Renfro
  • William L. Roper, M.D., MPH
  • Cecil W. Sewell, Jr.
  • Edwina D. Woodbury (Chair)

Ex Officio Directors

  • Cam Enarson, MD
    Interim President, The Medical Foundation of NC, Inc.
  • Wesley C. “Butch” Fowler, Jr., MD
    Associate Dean for Medical Alumni Affairs
    UNC School of Medicine
  • Gary L. Park
    President, UNC Hospitals
  • William L. Roper, MD, MPH
    Dean, UNC School of Medicine
    CEO, UNC Health Care

Directors Emeriti

  • Stuart Bondurant, MD
  • Arthur W. Clark
  • John W. Foust, MD

Officers

  • Cam Enarson, MD (Interim President)
  • A.L. Hobgood III (Treasurer)
  • Edwina Woodbury (Secretary)
  • Betty Whichard (Assistant Treasurer)
  • Nicole Brancato (Assistant Secretary)

Oscar Diggs (left), a veteran and a graduate of North Carolina A&T, entered the medical school in 1951, becoming the first African American to attend the medical school at Carolina. In 1955, he graduated from Carolina as its first African American doctor of medicine. James N. Slade (right) was the second African American to attend and graduate from the medical school at the University of North Carolina. Photo courtesy museum.unc.edu.