ROSWELL, Ga. — North Fulton Community Charities’ Board of Directors recently welcomed five new members for the 2020 fiscal year and the first female president of the board. 

The election of Mary Good as president is the first time in the 36-year history of the organization that a woman has led the board. Good is retired and has been a longtime community volunteer. She has served on the NFCC Board of Directors since 2012. 

“I am passionate about community involvement and I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to increase our community engagement,” Good said. “NFCC was founded by the community coming together to take care of one another and we continue to do that today.” 

New board members include Bill Brower, vice president LexisNexis Risk Solutions; Ken Davis, president of Renasant Bank; Gina Daunt, Roswell Fire Department; Julie Haley, CEO of Edge Solutions; and Matt Powell, CFO/VP of business development at DataScan. 

New officers include John Carpentier, principal at Windham Brannon, as vice president; Bryan Apinis, associate pastor at North Point Community Church, as treasurer; and Kathryn Albright, community relations at Emory Johns Creek Hospital, as secretary.  

Three retiring former board presidents — Jim Pope, Bruce Gunning and Stan Little — were honored by their peers with the new title of Board Member Emeritus. 

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