Linda Nalty


Linda Nalty began and ended her career as a Registered Nurse in hospital clinical settings. Over more than 40 years, Linda’s education and work evolved to include program development and evaluation, education, and community collaboration. She has extensive experience in curriculum development and teaching, as well as strategic and operations planning. Linda’s diverse background includes…

Mary Harris

Vice Chair

Mary is a semi-retired educator with 39 plus years of experience.  She served in Chatham County Schools as a teacher, Central Services Coordinator of Employment and Human Relations, Recruiter and Director of Homeless Education.  She is a certified Diversity Trainer and a certified Teacher Mentor. Mary has served on many Boards in Chatham County.  She…

Tim White


Tim White enjoyed a 45 year insurance career in management and technical roles. His specialties included higher education and non-profits. His experience included serving as Executive Director and CEO of a non-profit providing insurance and risk management services for churches nationally. Volunteer highlights were elementary/junior high school board member, active in church as moderator, member of deacon, financial and stewardship…

Pam Naugle


Pam is a professional communicator with 22+ years of writing, reporting and fundraising experience with a wide range of media, focused on verbal communication skills. She was a broadcast journalist, correspondent and anchor for radio and television news in several larger markets. She was an Account Executive and Special Project Advertising Coordinator for radio and…

Natosha Anderson


Natosha Anderson is a population health nurse leader with Blue Cross NC.  She has been leading and developing new programs over the last ten years, partnering with many non-profit organizations to support wellness initiatives in diverse communities.  Natosha has also worked and volunteered as an ESL instructor providing adult literacy, ESL, and citizenship classes.  As…

Kelly Clark Boldt

Kelly Clark Boldt


Kelly Clark Boldt spent 30 years working in the area of Public Finance either managing state and local governmental finances, directing the capital budget for AMTRAK, representing cities and states in the municipal bond market and serving as Chief Financial Officer for several non-profit organizations. She has served on non-profit boards in the United States…

Alirio Estevez


Alirio is an ESL teacher in Siler City Elementary School. He has been an educator for 27 years and an ESL teacher in the United States for 19. He has taught at different levels: elementary, middle and high school, and college in  his native Colombia. He immigrated from Colombia in 2000 and became an American…

Daniel Haithcox


Daniel began his career as a middle school teacher and coach in Scotland County for six years, and then worked in Chatham as the assistant principal at Horton Middle before going on to serve as principal at SAGE Academy and Bonlee School. During this time he was recognized as the Chatham County Principal of the…

Kurt Liberatore


Kurt Liberatore is a retired financial services executive at Fidelity Investments. During his career, he obtained extensive experience in information technology, program management, strategic planning, and business operations. Since his retirement, he has given back to the community through his pro bono work as a consultant. Through his volunteer work he serves nonprofits, providing assistance…

Malinda Marsh


Malinda has years of experience working local, state and federal government and not-for-profit organizations in assisting individuals with multiple barriers to employment.  Malinda is the Coordinator of the Chatham County NCWorks Career Center in Pittsboro, NC for Central Carolina Community College and the Triangle South Workforce Development Board.   Malinda is responsible for the overall…

Susan Newell


Recently retired attorney; served as pro bono attorney and child advocate for abused and neglected children; past board member of two 501(c)(3) entities with responsibilities for strategic planning and finance; former volunteer coordinator for mobile meals program; and mentor for an after school and summer program providing meals and tutoring to low income students.

Audrey Schwankl


Audrey earned a graduate degree in Spanish from Middlebury College’s Master’s Program at El Instituto de San Miguel in Madrid, Spain. Over the last 23 years, Audrey has served Chatham County Schools in multiple capacities: first as the Basic Needs Coordinator, then as a substitute teacher, and finally as a licensed Spanish and ESL Educator….

Rita Van Duinen


  Rita Van Duinen is a career librarian with over 20 years of experience in the field. She began working in libraries while pursuing a degree in Russian Language and Literature at the University of Oregon in the 1980s. In 1993 she began a 17-year career at the UNC University Library system, during which she…