3 Join the Board of Directors of The Community Foundation – Davie County Enterprise Record


The Davie Community Foundation welcomed three new members to the Board in January.
Angela Carter, Michael R. “Mike” Morton, and Alice Sineath serve three-year terms through 2024.
The 2022 Board is chaired by: Chair, Jennifer Hanes; Vice Chairman, Brian Nicolay; Secretary, Jessica Yarbrough, and Treasurer, Phil Fuller.
“I look forward to working with the new Board of Trustees,” said Jane Simpson, President and CEO. “You are all wonderful leaders who will bring new energy and ideas to our conversations. I look forward to your leadership in the new year.
“We were sad to say goodbye to Lisa Featherngill, Charles Crenshaw and Hoyt Dorsett in December. They have been faithful members of the board who have helped achieve much in the community during their tenure. We plan to keep them close for years to come.”
• Carter grew up in Winston-Salem. After graduating from North Forsyth High School, she attended High Point University and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications.
She began her construction career more than 25 years ago with a large general contractor in North Carolina. She learned the business and processes from scratch. After being promoted to several positions and taking on more responsibility within the company, she carved a niche for herself in marketing and business development.
She has had her own consulting firm for 10 years providing strategic planning, marketing and business development coaching and services to the A/E/C industry. Her experience includes working with owners, developers, architects, engineers and general contractors in the area of ​​business development.
In April 2018, she became Director of Business Development at Metcon. She also serves as the director of her community and education foundation. Metcon is a general contractor serving education, community/government, energy/utilities and mixed-use customers in NC and SC.
She and her husband, BA Carter, a Davie, reside at Advance. They have one daughter, Dakota, who graduated from Davie High School in 2020. She is a junior at NCSU with a major in biology.
• Morton earned an associate degree in business administration from Wingate Junior College and a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in banking and finance from Appalachian State University.
He retired in 2013 after 35 years in farm finance as CEO of Carolina Farm Credit.
Morton is an active member of Fork Baptist Church, where he serves as a deacon and Sunday School teacher. He is Chairman of the Board of Yadkin Valley Telephone Membership Corp. and CEO of Yadkin Valley Telecom. He is also on the board of the Three Rivers Land Trust. He is a past member and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the NC Cooperative Council. He is also a past board member of the NC Agribusiness Council, the NC Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation, and the Corporate Advisory Board of the NC A&T School of Agriculture and Environmental Science.
He and his wife Melody live in Advance. They have a daughter and son-in-law, Emily and Brian Moore, and a son and daughter-in-law, Zac and Molly Morton. The Mortons are grandparents to four children: Brily and Ellie Moore, and Lydia and Zeke Morton.
• Sineath is a licensed CPA from North Carolina and has a master’s degree in economics from Appalachian State University. She retired from Forsyth Technical Community College after 35 years.
Sineath is a member of the Old North State Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter, Treasurer of the Mocksville Woman’s Club, and a member of the Mocksville Book Club. She is an active member of the Macedonian Moravian Church and serves on the board.
She loves home decor, sewing, bridge, reading and working outdoors.
She and her husband BJ have called Bermuda Run home since 1987. They have a son who lives in Birmingham, Ala, with his family of four.
To learn more about the foundation, contact Simpson at (336) 753-6903 or [email protected] or visit www.daviefoundation.org.


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