Monday, July 22, 2013
Angela Moss of Raleigh has been elected as chairwoman of the East Carolina Alumni Association Board of Directors for 2013-14.
Moss graduated from East Carolina University in 1997 with a bachelor of science degree in business administration and earned a master of science degree in accounting here in 1998. She serves as the associate director of public investments for the UNC Management Co.
“I am truly honored and excited to represent the alumni of our great institution as chair of the alumni association board this year,” Moss said. “In this role, I will strive to advance our missions and goals to further serve both past and future graduates. It’s a pleasure to work with such great fellow board members and staff who care so much about East Carolina. Exceptional opportunities lie ahead for ECU and I feel fortunate to be part of it.”
Two other board members were elected to new executive committee positions for 2013-14. Neal Crawford of Norfolk, Va., president of Monarch Bank, will serve as vice chairman after a previous term as treasurer. Dean Browder of Winston-Salem, a senior vice president at Piedmont Federal Savings Bank, will serve as treasurer after a term as a member. Glenda Palmer-Moultrie of Derwood, Md., a recreation programs coordinator, will serve as secretary.
Five newly elected members also will be joining the board: James K. “Jim” Dill of Richmond, Va., president and executive director of the Virginia College Fund; Neil Dorsey of Winterville, a retired juvenile justice official; Keith Frazier of Raleigh, assistant vice president of audit and control at the American Kennel Club; Marvin E. “Mark” Garner of Greenville, partner and vice president at Rivers and Associates; and James. T. Hammond of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., a retired public high school teacher.
The board is comprised of 28 members serving three-year terms.
The mission of the East Carolina Alumni Association is to inform, involve and serve members of the ECU family throughout their lifelong relationship with the University
via The Daily Reflector.