Virginia’s Business magazine’s second annual edition of The Virginia 500: The 2021 Power List went live earlier this week. Executives from industries like agriculture, education, government, media, real estate and more were recognized for their impact in the community and within their organization and industry overall.
There were 18 executives representing nonprofit and philanthropic organizations from around the commonwealth – from foundations for higher education institutions, to national and international organizations headquartered in Virginia.
Congratulations to the Virginia nonprofit community!
- Sherrie Armstrong, president and CEO, Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond
- Tracey D. Brown, CEO, American Diabetes Association
- Matthew Connelly, CEO, Good360
- Jack Dyer “J.D.” Crouch II, president and CEO, United Service Organizations
- Deborah M. DiCroce, president and CEO, Hampton Roads Community Foundation
- Anne Lynam Goddard, president and CEO, ChildFund International
- Ted Hard, president and CEO, Charities Aid Foundation of American (CAF America)
- Lt. Gen. James B. Laster, president and CEO, Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
- Kevin Lynch, president and CEO, National Industries for the Blind
- Dr. William P. Magee, Jr., co-founder and CEO, Operation Smile, Inc.
- Sister Donna Markham, president, Catholic Charities USA
- Elizabeth McClanahan, CEO, Virginia Tech Foundation
- Neeraj Mehta, interim president and CEO, United Way Worldwide
- Jennifer Morris, CEO, The Nature Conservancy
- Tim Rose, CEO, University of Virginia Foundation
- Lawrence A. “Larry” Selzer, president and CEO, The Conservation Fund
- Travis Staton, president and CEO, United Way of Southwest Virginia
- Stacey D. Stewart, president and CEO, March of Dimes Inc.
To learn more about each individual on the list, see the full nonprofit list on the Virginia Business website.