Board of Directors

Skyline CAP is governed by a tripartite board, with at least one third of our directors representing the low-income families and individuals we serve, another third made up of public officials, and the balance representing other major groups and interests in our communities. This structure is vital to our operation because it allows us to obtain input on community needs, resources and program effectiveness from all sectors.

Unless otherwise noted, the Board meets at 11 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month, with the exception of July and December. Click here to view the 2022 meeting schedule

Skyline CAP Board of Directors

OFFICERS

Pamela Frederick – President
Represents public sector
Orange County Board of Supervisors

Rebecca Phillips – Vice President
Represents public sector 
Greene County Board of Supervisors

MEMBERS

Melanie Burch
Represents private sector
Fauquier Habitat for Humanity

Hannah Herndon
Represents low-income families and individuals
Jefferson Area Board of Aging (JABA)

Keisha Gourdine-Arnold
Represents low-income families and individuals
Orange County Head Start

Christine Inscoe 
Represents private sector
Infant & Toddler Connection

James Jewett
Represents public sector 
Madison County Board of Supervisors

Daryl Neher
Represents low-income individuals and families 
Fauquier County Habitat for Humanity

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Kerri Banks — Secretary
Represents low-income individuals and families
Head Start Policy Council, Chair

Frank Berry, CPA — Treasurer
Represents private sector
Hantzmon Weibel

 

Bruce Seger
Represents low-income individuals and families
Greene County Habitat for Humanity

John Shanley
Represents private sector
Retired

Kathryn Thomas
Represents private sector 
Grace Episcopal Church, Piedmont Episcopal Church

Alicia Vines
Represents public sector 
Orange County Board of Supervisors

Peter Work
Represents public sector 
Madison County Board of Supervisors