NewsLink Summer 2016 - Page 16

Robert F. Hill, Chair


Hill & Robbins, P.C.

Dr. G. Rumay Alexander

Special Assistant to the Chancellor

Professor & Director Office of Multicultural Affairs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill-School of Nursing

C. Robin Britt Sr.

Executive Director

Guilford Child Development

John R. Castle Jr.


Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance and TexProtects

Dr. Fred Cerise

Chief Executive Officer

Parkland Health & Hospital System

Sue Hagedorn

Producer and Director

Seedworks Films

Brett Hanselman

Partner, KPMG LLP

Michele Ridge

Former Pennsylvania

First Lady

Dr. Elena Rios

President and CEO

National Hispanic Medical Association


National Hispanic Health Foundation

Todd Wenner

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder

Infinite Aegis Group, LLC (IAG)

Chris Wasserstein


In June, the National Service Office welcomed Tony Troxell as the new chief financial officer. As CFO, Troxell will oversee the strategic plan, funding goals and budgets and develop short-term and long-range financial plans to meet NFP’s growth goals.

“We are delighted to welcome Tony

as our new CFO at a time when we

are poised to grow Nurse-Family Partnership with new investments to rapidly reach more first-time moms and their children,” said President

and CEO Roxane White. “Tony brings

a wealth of experience managing finance operations and investments

at organizations with missions to improve the health of children.”

His previous position as the director

of finance at Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation has prepared him well for his new role at NFP.

He spent nearly 15 years leading the foundation’s financial management systems to help achieve fundraising contributions of over $500 million—supporting the growth of Children’s Hospital Colorado into one of the largest pediatric health systems in

the United States. Troxell holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Accounting from Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business.

Meet Tony Troxell

Board of Directors

Changing the future for the

most vulnerable babies born

into poverty in the U.S.

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Cover photo by Amber Iris Photo