Good Shepherd Clinic is pleased to welcome the following new board members:
Robin received a B.A. in Business Management from Emory & Henry College in 1988. She began her career in the financial industry holding positions as Trust Administrator, Brokerage Coordinator and Retail Operations Officer for First Bank & Trust Company. Robin also worked for the Washington County, VA Sheriff’s office managing grant applications. She led many fundraising projects in Washington County for the March of Dimes, American Cancer Society and Ecumenical Faith in Action. After relocating to Georgia in 2009 Robin worked in the legal field as Billing & Collections Coordinator for several Law Firms. She held several positions with the Rotary Club of Abingdon, VA including serving as President in 2008/2009, and is currently an active member of the Rotary Club of Dawson County. Robin will manage the clinic’s annual Ask Letter campaign.
David is a pastor and native Texan who began participating in professional ministry while a student at Texas Tech University and serving at various times as a youth minister, music minister and student missionary. He did his theological training at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth. David began serving in his first pastoral position at Grace Presbyterian Church. He serves as an ambassador for the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce and volunteers as a mentor with Dawson County High School students. David is a member of the Lanier Chamber Singers, a choral ensemble based in Gainesville. He is an avid reader, hiker, and recreational tennis enthusiast. David will manage the clinic’s social media programs.
Warren earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. He spent 36 years with BP/Amoco in increasingly responsible positions from R&D, global business management to C-level executive roles. Warren was President and CEO of ARCO Polypropylene LLC a joint venture between BP and the Itochu Corp (Japan), and Managing Director of Singapore Aromatics, a joint venture with Exxon. After retiring from BP he started WJ King & Associates, consultants and manufacturer’s representatives. More recently he was engaged by Vistage International to establish and chair a Chief Executive Peer Advisory Board in Atlanta. Warren is currently employed by UNG as a professor of Strategy and International Business. His community service has included board and leadership positions in the Rotary Club, Bowen Art Center, Rik Rack, Wee Books, and the Georgia State Board for the Arts. Warren will manage the clinic’s annual 501(c)(3) campaign.
Steve graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BA degree
in Journalism along with a concentration of studies in Advertising and
Public Relations. During his career at Federated Department Stores, he held management positions in Advertising, Marketing and Sales promotion.
He also held Advertising Sales and management positions at the
Atlanta Journal Constitution and local community publications. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce for five years, including 2016 as Chairman. He is also active with the Dawson County Boy Scouts and Dawson County Relay for Life-American Cancer Society.
Barb graduated from the National College of Business, Rapid City, SD with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, and an Associate of Science degree in Accounting. She began her career in 1977 as Office Manager for Boise Cascade. She subsequently held Administrative, Accounting and or Financial positions with several companies as she progressed in her career. Barb retired in 2003 as CFO of the Teton Industrial Group. Barb is an active member of Bethel United Methodist Church. “I am proud to be one of the many volunteers for Good Shepherd Clinic”, says Barbara. “Being a volunteer gives me the opportunity to use my knowledge and experience to give back to my community.” Barbara serves as Treasurer of the clinic.